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INDEX. 


Page, 

ABBREVIATIONS,    ...        xxxv. 

ADDENDA  (Biographie*),      ...     At  Conclusion  of  Biographies, 

ADVERTISEMENTS  (indw  to)       xxxii. 

ADVERTISEMENTS, t i. 

BIOGRAPHIES ' 1. 

PREFACE,  xxix. 


INDEX  TO  ADVERTISEMENTS. 


ADVERTISEMENTS  : — 

Eastern  Advertising  Co.     xxi 
AERATED  WATER  : — 

F.  P.  Danenberg xvii 

A.  S.  Watson  &  Co.    ...     xiv 

AUCTIONEER  : — 

G.  P.  Lammert     xiv 

BANKS  : — 

International xxxiii 

Taiwan xxx 

Yokohama  Specie xxx 

BEER  : — 

San  Miguel    xix 

BICYCLES  : — 

Dragon  Cycle  Depot     ...     xvi 

BILLIARD  TABLES  :  — 
George  Wright  and  Co.         1 

BOOKS  :— 

.Standard  Dictionary    ...  xlviii 
Works   Relating  to  the 
Island  of  Formosa    . . .     xiv 

BOOKSELLERS : — 

W.  Brewer  and  Co.      ...     xxi 
Bible    Book   and    Tract 
Depot xiii 

CIGARS : — 

Alhambra       x 

Kruse  and  Co xi 

Jja  Minerva    xv 

Walter  E.  Olsen  and  Co.       xi 

COACH  BUILDERS  : — 

Hooper  and  Co Hi 

COAL  : — 

Mitsui  Bussan  Kaisha...        iii 

COCOA  :— 

Cadbury's       liv 

COLLEGES  : — 

Diocesan  Schools xxiii 

Kowloon  Grammar  School  xxii 
Scholastic  Association...  xlvii 
St.  Joseph's xxv 

COMMISSION  AGENTS  : — 

A.  Chazalon  and  Co.  ...  ix 
A.  H.  Tomsett  and  Co.  xix 

CURIOS  : — 

Kuhn  and  Komar  ...  xliii 
Samurai  Shokai  ,  xix 


xvi 
xrii 


DENTISTS  : — 
Chukson  Fung 
Dr.  T.  Yamasaki  ... 

DISPENSARY  : — 

A.  S.  Watson  and  Co xiv 

ENGINEERS  : — 

Arnhold  Karberg  and  Co.  v 
Carmichael  and  Clarke  vi 
MacDonald  and  Co.  ...  vii 
Tasker  Sons  and  Co.  ...  li 
Wilks  and  Jack  xliii 

FURNITURE  MAKERS  :— 

Harris-Keeney  Co.       ...      xx 

GINGER  :— 

Man  Loong    xv 

HAIRDRESSERS  : — 
Paris  Toilet  Co xxxiv 

HOTELS  : — 

Gallia,  Cannes       xii 

King  Edward,  Hongkong  ix 
Langham,  London  ...  xii 
Mena  House,  Cairo  ...  xiii 

New*  Connaught, 

Hongkong xxvi 

Palace,  Shanghai xx 

Praya  East,  Hong- 
kong     xviii 

Regent,  Leamington,  ... 
Spa      xii 

INSURANCE  : — 

Commercial  Union  Co xxii 

Meiji  Fire      iii 

Norwich  Union  Co.  ...  xxi 
Queen  Insurance  C.  ...  xii 

JEWELLERS  : — 

G.  Falconer  and  Co.     ...  xviii 

MACHINERY  : — 

Shone  Pheumatic 

Ejector       xlix 

MERCHANTS  :— 

Arnhold  Karberg 

and  Co v 

Dang  Chee  Son  and  Co.     xix 

Bush   Bros i 

Mitsui  Bussan  Kaisha  ...       iii 


INDEX  TO  ADVERTISEMENTS.—  CuntiuueJ. 


xxxiii 


MERCHANTS  : — Continued. 

Ritchie  and  Co xiii 

E.  D.  Sassuon  and  Co....  xii 

A.  H.  Tomsett  and  Co.  viii 

MILLINERS  : 

Hiptoola  and  Co xix 

MINERAL  WATKH  : 

Rosbach xlvi 

NEW  SOUTH  WALKS xlix 

NEWSPAPERS  :— 

China  Mail     cover 

Overland  China  Mail   ...  xviii 

Daily  Graphic       Ivi 

Sphere    Ivii 

Gentlewoman        Iviii 

Outlook Ivix 

Lady's  Pictorial    Ix 

OPTICIAN  : — 

N.  Lazarus     xvi 

SALT  : — 

Cerebos liii 

SANITARY  GOODS  : — 

C.  E.  Warren  and  Co....  x 

SHIPBUILDERS  : — 

Carmichael  and  Clarke  vi 

Wilks  and  Jack                .  xliii 


STEAMSHIP  COMPANIES  :— 

Am  hold  Karberg  and  Co.       v 

China  arid  Manila  Co.  ...        vi 

Hamburg  Amerika  Linie        iv 

P.  and  O.  Company     ...  cover 
STOREKEEPERS : — 

Mutual  Stores       xvi 

TATTOOER  : — 

D.  Noma        viii 

TELEPHONES  : — 

Oriental  Telephone  and 
Electric  Co xxiv 

China  and  Japan  Tele- 
phone and  Electric  Co.  xxiv 
TIMBER  : — 

B.   W.   Cadwallader     ...     xiv 
TOBACCO  :— (see  Cigars) 

Royal  Tobacco  Co.        . .  .xxxiv 
TOOTH  POWDER  : — 

Calvert's lv 

WATCHMAKER  :— 

G.  Falconer  and  Co.    ...  xviii 
WIN  EN  : — 

Caldbeck  Macgregor     ... 
and  Co xv 

Cliazalon  and  Co.  .  ix 


International  Banking  Corporation. 

Fiscal  Agents  for  the  United  States  in  China,  the  Philippine 
Islands,  and  the  Republic  of  Panama. 


CAPITAL  AND  SURPLUS  AUTHORISED- 
CAPITAL  PAID  UP 

RESERVE  FUND 


Gold  $10,000,000 
Gold  $  3,250,000 
Gold  $  3,250,000 


Head  Office— NEW  YORK. 
London   Office-THREADNEEDLE  HOUSE,  B.C. 


LOXDOX    BAXKKKS: 
National  Provincial  Bank  of  England,  Ld.         Union  of  London  A;  Smith's  Bank,  . 

British  Linen  Company   Bank. 
Branches  and  Agents  all  over  the  World. 

The  Corporation  transacts  every  description  of  Banking  and 
Exchange  Business  receives  money  on  Current  Account,  and  accepts 
Fixed  Deposits  at  the  following*  rates :  — 

For  12  months    -        -        -     4>\  per  cent,  per  aim  im. 
For    6  months     -         -         -     4    per  cent.  „ 

For    3  months     -         -        -     3    per  cent.          „ 

H.  PINCKNEY,  Manager. 

No.  9,  Queen's  Koad  Central. 


ADVERTISEMENTS 


PARIS   TOILET   COMPANY, 

13,  QUEEN'S  ROAD,  CENTRAL. 

Hair  Dressing  Saloons  for  Ladies  &  Gents. 

Hair  Dressing,  Singeing  Shampooing,  etc., 
Service  Antiseptique* 

EUROPEAN    ATTENDANTS 


PERFUMERY,   HAIR  WORK,   FANCY   GOODS. 


Frisir  Salone  fur  Damen  and  Herrn.    Europaeische  Bedienung, 

Man  Spricht  Deutsch. 

Salon  de  Coiffure  pour  Dames  et  Messieurs.   Service 
par  des  European.    On  Parle  Francais. 

JL  O.  SPIESS  KOLB. 


THE  ROYAL  TOBACCO  FACTORY 

No.  9,  BEACONSFIELD  ARCADE. 

----»•  •*•  ~  -  - 

SOLE    MANUFACTURERS    OF 
HIGH    CLASS    EGYPTIAN    CIGARETTES 
IN   HONGKONG. 


Importers  of  Genuine  and  Selected 
Turkish  Tobaccos. 

Dealers  in  Havanna  and  Manila  Cigars 


T.    K.   P.   SPYROPULOS 


ABBREVIATIONS 


A,  A.  <J.  ...Assistaut-Adjutant- 
General 

A.  B Bachelor  of  Arts;  able- 
bodied  seaman 

A. B.C.F.M.  American  Board  of 
Commissioners  of  For- 
eign Missions. 

Abp.     Archbishop 

A.I'.  A.   ...Associate  cf  the  Inst-     | 
itute     of     Ci  altered 
Accountants 

A. -nl.   ......Academy 

A.  D.  C.  ...Aide-de-camp 

Adj Adjutant 

Adrn Admiral 

Ag ;  Actg.. Acting 

A.G Attorney-General:  Ad- 
jutant-General 

A.  I.  G.  ...Adjutant-lnspector- 
Geneval 

A.  K.  C....  AssociateKing's College, 
London 

Ala Alabama  (U.S.) 

A.  M Ante   Meridiem  (before 

midday;  Anno  Miindi 
(in  the  year  or  the 
world);  Master  of 
Arts  ;  Alpes  Mari- 
times 

A  .M .  I .( '.E.  A  ssociate  Member  of 
Institute  of  Civil  En- 
gineers 

A.M.I  E.E.  Associate  Member  of 
Institute  of  Electri- 
cal Engineers 

Anat Anatomy;   Anatomical 

A.  P.  I).  ...Army  Pay  Department 
A.Q.M.G... Assistant   Quartermas- 
ter-General 

A.  R.  A.  ...Associate  of  the  Boyal 
Academy 


A.R.A  M...  Associate  of  the  Foya{ 

Academy  of  Music 
Archt  .......  Architect 

A.R.C.O..  .  .Associate  Royal  College 

of  Organists 
A  .F  .C  .  S.  ...  Associate  Royal  College 

of  Science 
A.  K.  E.  ...Associate       of      Royal 

Society    of     Painter 

Etchers 
A.R.I.B.A  Associate  of  the  Royal 

Institute  of    British 

Architects 
Ark  ..........  Arkansas  (U.S.) 

A.R.S  A.  ...Associate  of  Royal  Scot- 

tish Academy 
A.  S.  C.   ...Annv  Service  Corps 

A  sst.or  Assist.  Assistant 
Ass.Com-  >  Asnstant-Cornmissary- 
iniss.Gen  S      General 
Assoc.Sc...  Associate  in  Science 
Astr  .......  Astronomy 

Av  ..........  Avenue 

A.  V.  D.  ...Army   Veterinary    De- 

partment 
b  .............  born  ;  brother 

B.  A  .......  Bachelor  of  Arts 

Ball  .......  Balliol 

Bap  .......  Baptist 

Barr  .......  Barrister 

Bart,  or  Bt.  Pavonet 


B.  C  .......  British  Columbia 

B.  Chir.  ...Bachelor  of  Surgery 

B.  C.  L    ...Bachelor  of  Civil 
B.  C.  S.   ...Bengal  Civil  Service 

B  .  D  .......  Bachelor  c  f  Divinity 

Bd  ..........  Board 

B.  E  .......  Bachelor  of  Engineering 

Beds  .....  Bedfordshire 


AHBKEVIATJOXS 


Berks  Berkshire 

B.  Litt.    ...Bachelor  of  Letters  or 

of  Laws 

B.  M.  A.  ...British  Medical  As- 
sociation 

Bom. C.S.... Bombay  Civil  Service 
Bo  11. S.C.... Bombay  Staff  Corps 

Bot Botany  ;  Botanical 

Bp Bishop 

Brev.   Brevet 

Brig Brigade  :  Brigadier 

B.  S Bachelor  of  Surgery 

B.  S.  C.  ...Bengal  Staff  Corps 
B.  Sc Bachelor  of  Science 

B.  Th. .    ...Bachelor  of  Theology 
Bucks Buckinghamshire 

c Cents;  centimes ;  child 

Cal California  (U.S.) 

Cambs. . .  ...Cambridgeshire 

Cantab.  ...Of  Cambridge  Univer- 
sity 
Capt Captain 

C.  B Companion  of  the  Bath 

C.  C County  Councillor; 

Cricket  Club ;  Cycling 
Club ;  County  Court 
C.  C.  C.  ...Corpus  Christi  College 
C.  C.  S.   ...Ceylon  Civil  Service 

C.  E Civil  Engineer 

Cont Central 

C.E.T.S.  ...Church  of  England 
Temperance  Society 

C.  F Chaplain  to  the  Forces 

Cf Confer  (compare) 

Ch Chief;  Church 

Chanc Chancellor ;  Chancery 

Chap Chaplain 

Ch.  Coll.  ...Christ's  College 

Chm Chairman 

C.I Imperial       Order       of 

(  rown  of  India 

C.  I.  E.  ...Companion  of  the 
Order  of  the  Indian 
Empire 

C.  I.  V.    ...City    Imperial  Volun- 
teers 
Civ. Sevv... Civil  Service 

C.  J Chief  Justice 

C.  M Church  Missionary 

C.  M Master  in  Surgery 

C.  M Certificated  Master 

C.  M.  G.  ...Companion  of  St.  Mi- 
chael and  St.  George 
C.  M.  S.  ...Church         Missionary 
Society 


C.  O Commanding  Officer 

C.  O Colonial  Office 

Co County  ;  Company 

Col Colony  ;  Colonel 

Coll College  ;  Collegiate 

Colo Colorado  (U.S.) 

Comdg Commanding 

Conidt Commandant 

Com.-in-Cf.  Commander-in-duef 
Comm.     ...Commander;    Commis- 
sioner ;  Commerce 

fomr Commissioner 

Com.-Gen.  Commissary-General 

Conf Conference 

Conn Connecticut  (U.S.) 

Corr.Mem.  Corresponding  Member 

or  Fell...     or  Fellow 
C.  O.  S.   ...Charity     Organisation 

Society 

Cr Crown 

cr created 

Cres Crescent 

C.  S Civil  Service 

C.  8.  I Companion  of  the  Order 

of  the  Star  of  India 

C.  U Cambridge  University 

C.U.A.C.  ...Cambridge    University 

Athletic  Club 
C.U.B.C.  . . .Cambridge   University 

Boating  Club 
C.U.C.C.  ...Cambridge   University 

Cricket  Club 
C.U.F.C.  ...Cambridge    University 

Football  Club 

C.  V.  O.  ...Commander      of      the 

Eoyal  Victor  ian  Order 

C  wt Hundredweight 

D Duke;      500     (Roman 

numerals) 
d died ;  daughter 

D.  A.  A.G.. . .  Deputy  -  Assistant  -  Ad- 

jutant-General 

D.  A.  G.  ...Deputy- Adjutant -Gen- 
eral 

D.A.Q.M.G.  Deputy- Assistant-Qu- 
artermaster-General 

D.  C District    of    Columbia 

(U.S.) 
D.  C.  L.  ...Doctor  of  Civil  Law 

D.  D Doctor  of  Divinity 

D.  D.  S.  ...Doctor  of  Dental  Sur- 
gery 

deg Degree 

Del Delaware  (U.S.) 

Dep Deputy 


ABBREVIATIONS                                                 xxxvii 

Depart.   ...Department 
D.  G  Dragoon  Guards 
Dioc.        ...Diocese  :  Diocesan 
Diplo  Diplomatic 
Dittoordo.(It  ),  the  same 
D.  L  Df»nutv-  Lieutenant 

F.  G.  S.  ...Fellow  of  the  Geologi- 
cal Society 
F.  I.  A.    ...Fellow  of  the  Institute 
of  Actuaries 
F.  1.  C.    ...Fellow  of  the  Institute 
of  Chemistry 
F.  I.  Inst.  Fellow  of  the  Imperial 
Institute 
F.  J.  I.    ...Fellow  of  Institute  of 
Journalists 
Fla  Florida  (US.) 
F.  L.  S.  ...Fellow  of  the  Linnseau 
Society 
F.  O  Foreign    Office;    Field 
Officer 
F.  P.  S.  ...Fellow  of  Philosophical 
Society      of      Great 
Britain 
Fr                French 

Div 

Division 

D.  L.  I. 
D.  Litt. 
D.  Lit. 
Dol.  or  $ 
Dow.    .  .  . 
D.  P.  H. 

Dr  

...Durham  Light  Infantry 
or 
.  .  .  Doctor  of  Literature 
...Dollar 
.  .  .  Dowager 
..  Diploma      in      Public 
Health 
.  .  .  Doctor  •  Debtor 

Dr.Univ. 
Par.... 
D.  Sc   ... 
D.  S.  O. 

<I.    8.  p... 

)  Doctor  of  University  of 
)      Paris 
...Doctor  of  Science 
...Companion  of  the  Dis- 
tinguished     Service 
Order 
...died  without  issue 

F.R.  A.M...  Follow    of   the    Royal 
Academy  of  Music 
F.R.  AS....  Fellow    of    the   Royal 
Astronomical  Society 
F.R.C.I.  ..  Fellow    of    the    Royal 
Colonial  Institute 
F.R.C.0.  ...Fellow    of    the    Royal 
College  of  Organists 
F.R.C.P.  ...Fellow    of    the    Royal 
College  of  Physicians 
F.R.C.S.  ...Fellow    of    the    Royal 
College  of  Surgeons 
F.R.C.Y.S.  Fellow    of    the    Koyal 
College  of  Veterinary 
Surgeons 
F.R.G,S.  ...Fellow    of    the    Royal 
Geographical  Society 
F.  R.  Hist.  S.  Fellow  of  the  Royal 
Historical  Society 
F.  R.Hort.  S.  Fellow  of  the  Royal 
HorticulturalSocietv 
F.E.I.B.A.  Fellow    of    the    Royal 
Institute   of   British 
A  rchitects 
F.R.M.S...  .Fellow    of    the    Royal 
M  icroscopicalSoeiety 
F.R.Met.S.  Fellow  of  the  Royal  Me- 
teorological Society 
F.R.P.S.  ...Fellow    of    the    Royal 
Photographic  Society 
F.  R.  S.  ...Fellow    of    the    Royal 
Society 
F.R.S.C.  ...Fellow    of    the    Royal 
Society  of  Canada 
FR.S.E.  ...Fellow    of   the    Royal 
Society  of  Edinburgh 

D.  Theol 
D.  V.  ... 

.  .  .  Doctor  of  Theology 
.  ..(L.    Deo   volente},    <  rod 

E... 

willing 
Earl 

Ebor.  ... 
B.C.    ... 

Eccl.    ... 
E.  C.  U. 
Ed  
Edin.  ... 

...(Eboracensis)  of  York 
.  .  .  East     Central     (  postal 
district) 
...Ecclesiastical 
..  English  Church  Union 
...Editor 
..Edinburgh 

Educ   ... 
Edw.    ... 

...Educated 
...Edward 

Eng.     ... 

•eng  
F.  A.    ... 
F.  A.  I. 

F.H.O.U. 

...England  ;  English  ;  en- 
gineer 
...Engineer 
...Football  Association 
...Fellow  of  Auctioneers' 
Institute 
..  Fellow  Brit  Ornitholo- 

F. C.  A. 

F.  C.  P. 
F.  C.  S. 
F.E.I.S. 

F.  F.  A. 

gists'  Union 
...Fellow  of  the  Institute 
of      Chartered      Ac- 
coun^ants 
...Fellow  College  of  Pre- 
ceptors 
...Fellow  of  the  Chemical 
Society 
...Fellow   of  the  Educa- 
tional    Institute    of 
Scotland 
...Follow  of  the  Faculty 
of  Actuaries 

\x\viii  AlJIJKKVIATlOiVS 

FR.S.L.  ...Fellow    of    the    Eoyal  |   .  H.  M 

Society  of  Litera'ure  H.  M.  I.  , 

F.  S.  A.  ...Fellow  of  the   Society  j     H.  M.  S.  . 

of  Antiquaries  Hon 

F.S.A.S.  ...Fellow   of  the   Society  Hosp.   ... 

of      Antiquaries     of  H.  E.  H. 

Scotland 

F.S.I.    ...Fellow     of    Surveyors'  ;     H.  R.  H.  . 

Institution,    also    of 

Sanitary  Institu' e  Hunts  .... 

F.  S.  S.    ...Fellow    of    the    Royal  In 

Statistical  Society  I.  C.  O.    , 

F.S.Sc  A... Fellow  of  the  -ociety  I.  C.  S.... 

of  Science  and  Art  of  Id 

London  111 

F.  Z.  S.    ...Fellow  of  the  Zoologi-  Imp 

cal  Soriety  I.  M.  C.  . 

Ga    Georgia  (U.S.) 

G.  C.  B.  ...Knight  Grand  Cross  of  I.  M.  S.    . 

the  Bath  Ind 

G.  C.  H.  ...Knight  Grand  Cross  of  Insp 

H  ano  ver  I  nst 

G.C.I  E.  ...Knight     Grand     Com-  I.  S.  C.... 

mandef  of  the  Indian  i     I.  S.  O.... 

Empire  i     Jas 

G.C.M.G  .  Knight  Grand  Cross  of  |     Job..  Jno.. 

St.  Michael   and  St.  j     J.  P 

George  !     Jun 

G  C.S.I.    ..Knight     Grand    Com-  j     Jun.  Opt. 

mander  of  the   Star  Kans 

of  India  K.  B 

O.C.V.O....  Knight  Grand  Cross  of 

E  yal  Victoria  Order  !     K.  C 

Gib Gibraltar  K.  C.  B.  . 

Glos Gloucestershi  re 

Gov Governor  K.  C.  C.  . 

Govt Government 

G.  P.  O.  ...General  Post  Office 

Gram.bch.  Grammar  School  \     K.  C.  H.  . 

g.s Gumdson 

H.  A.  C....HonourableArtilleryCo.  |     K.C.I.E   . 

Hants Hampshire 

Harv Harvard  K.  C.  L.  . 

H.  B.  M....His  Britannic  Majesty  K.C.M.G. 

H.  E His  Excellency 

Beirapp     Heir  apparent 

Heir  pres.  Heir  presumptive  K. C.S.I.  . 

Herts  Hrrtfoidshm- 

H- H Bis  (or  Her)  Highness  K.C.V.O. 

H.  1.  H.  ...His   (<.r  H.-i  }    Imperial 

Highness 

H.  I.  M.  ...His   (or  Her)  Imperial  K.  G 

Majesty 

H.  L.  I.   ...Highland     light      In-  K.  II 

fantrv  K.-I.-H.   . 


..His  (or  Her)  Majesty 

..His  Majesty's  Inspector 

..His  Majesty's  Ship 

..Honourable 

..Hospiial 

..His     (or     Per)      Eoyal 

Highness 
..His    (or    Her)     Sereins- 

Highness 

. .  II  u  n  t  i  n  g  1 1  o  n  is  hi  r  o 
..Iowa  (US.) 
..Imperial  Chinese  Order 
..Indian  Civil  Service 
..Idaho  (U.1^.) 
..Illinois  (U.S) 
..Imperial 

. .  Imperial  Maritime  Cus- 
toms 

..Indian  Medical  Service 
..Indiana  (U.S.) 
..Inspector 
..Instant ;  Institute 
..Indian    taff  Corps 
..Imperial  Service  Order 
..James 
..John 

..Justice  of  the  Peace 
..Junior 

..Junior  Optime 
..Kansas  (U.S) 
..Knight  of  the  Bath ;. 

Knight  Bachelor 
..King's  Counsel 
..Knight  Commander  of 

the  Bath 
..Commander  of  Order  of 

Crown,   Belgian  and 

Congo  Free  State 
..Knight  Commander  of 

Harovcr 
..Knight  Commander  of 

the  Indian  Empire 
..King's  College,  London 
..Knight  Commander  of 

St.  Michael  and   St. 

George 
..Knight  Commander  of 

the  Star  of  India 
.  Knight  Commander  of 

thu  Eoyal   Victorian 

Order 
..Knight  of  the  Order  of 

the  Garter 
..Knight  of  H.-iiK'ver 
..  K;xiser-i-Hiii<l 


ABBREVIATIONS 


K.O.S.B....  King's     Own    Scottish 

Borderers 
K.  P Knight  of  the  Order  of 

St.  Patrick 

K.  K.  K.  ...Kind's  Royal  Eifles 
K.  T Knight  of  the  Order  of 

the  Thistle 
Jvt.  orKnt.  Knight 

Ky Kentucky  (U.  °.  1 

£ Pounds  (Sterling ) 

L.  A Literate  in  A  rts 

La Louisiana,  (U.S.) 

L.  A.  C.  ...London  Athletic  Club 
L.-Corp.  or  Lance-Corp.   Lance- 

Lancs Lancashire      [Corporal 

Jat latitude 

L.  C.  C.  ...London  County  Council 

L.  Ch.  . Licentiate  in  Surgery 

L.  C.  J.    ...Lord  Chief  Justice 

L.  Div Licentiate  in  Divinity 

L.  D.  S.  ...Licentiate     of     Dental 

Surgery 

L.F.P.S.  . .  .Licentiate  of  the  Facul- 
ty of  Physicians  and 

Surgeons. 
L.  H.  D.  ...(Literarum     Humanio- 

rum  Doctor)  Doctor  of 

Literature 

L.  I Light  Infantry 

Lie.  Med... Licentiate  in  Medicine 

Lieut Lieutenant 

Line,  or  Lines.  Lincolnshire 

Lit Litei  at  ure  ;  Literary 

Lit.  Hum.  Classics 

Litt.  D.  ...Doctor  of  Letters 

L.  J Lord  Justice 

L.  L.  A.  ...Lady  Literate  in  Arts 

LL  B Bachelor  of  Laws 

LL.  D Doctor  of  Laws 

LL.  M.    ...Master  of  Laws 

L.  M Licentiate  in  Midwifery 

long longitude 

L.K.C.P.  ...Licentiate  of  the  Eoyal 

College  of  Physicians 
L.E.C.P.E.LicentiateEoyai  College 

of  Physicians,  Edin- 
burgh 
L.E.C.S.  ...Licentiate  of  the  Boyal 

College  of  Surgeons 
L.E.C.S.E.  Licentiate  of  the  Eoyal 

College  of  Surgeons, 

Edinburgh 
L.E.C.V.S.  Licentiate  of  the  Eoyal 

College  of  Veterinary 

Surgeons 


L.  S.  A Licentiate  of  theSociety 

of  Apothecaries 

Lt ...Light  (e.g.  Light  In- 
fantry) 

Lt.*orLieut.Lieutenant 
Lt.-Col.   . . .  Lieutenant-Colonel 
T-t.-Gen.  ...Lieutenant-General 

L.  Th Licentiate  in  Theology 

M Marquess  :       Member  , 

Monsieur 

m married, 

M.  A Master  of  A  rts 

Maj.-Gen.  Major-General 

Man Manitoba  (Canada) 

Mass Massachusetts  (U.S.) 

Math Mathema1  ics  ;     AJ at  htv- 

mntieal. 

M.  B Bachelor  of  Medicine 

M.B.O.U . . .  M  ember  British  Ornith- 
ologists' Union 
M.  C.  C.  ...MaryleboneCricketClub 

M.  Ch Master  in  Surg  ry 

M.C.M.E.S.  Member  of  Civil&Meeh. 
Engineers'  Society 

M.  D Doctor  of  Medicine 

Md Maryland  (U.S.) 

Me Maine  (U.S.) 

Mech M«  clianics 

Med Medical 

Meth Methodist 

M.  H.  B.... Member  House  of  .!:•»- 
presontatives 

Mich Michigan  (U.S.) 

M.  I Mounted  Infantry 

M  I.E.E  ...Member  of  Institute  of 
Electrical  Engineers 

M  J  I Member  of  Institute  of 

Journalists 

M.I.M.E... Member  of  Institute  of 
Min:ng  arid  Mechani- 
cal Engineers 

M.I.  Mech   E.  Member  Institution 
of  MechanicalEngineer-s 

Minn ..Minnesota  (U.S.) 

M.  Inst  C.  E.  Member  of  Institu- 
tion of  Civil  Engineers 
M  Inst.M.  E.  Member  of  Institu- 
tion of  Milliner  Engineers 
Miss Mississippi  (U.S.) ;  Mis- 
sion ;  Missionary 

M.  J.  S.  ...Member  of  the  Japan 
Society 

M.  L    Licentiate  in  Medicine 

M.  L.  C.  ...Member  of  Legislative 
Council 


xl 

M.L.S.B  ,. 

M.  M.  S... 


ABBREVIATIONS 


Member  London  School 

Board 

Member  of  Council,  Ill- 
s' itution  of  Mining 
Engineers 

Mo Missouri  (U.S.) 

Mods Moderations  (Oxford) 

Moil Montana  (U.S.) 

Most  Rev.  Most  Keverend  (of  an 
Archbishop) 

M.  P Member  of  Parl  iainent 

M.  R    Master  of  the  Rolls 

M.R.A.S....M  ember   of    Royal 

Asiatic  Society 

M.R.C  P.... Member  of   the  Royal 

College  of  Physicians 

M.R.C.P  E.  Member  of  the   Royal 

College  of  Physicians, 

Edinburgh 

M.R.C.S.... Member  Royal  College 

of  Surgeons 

M.R.C  S.E  Member  of   the  Royal 
College  of  Surgeons, 
Edinburgh 
M.R.I.A.... Member  of  the   Royal 

Irish  Academy 

M.R.U.S.I  Member  of  the  Royal 
United     Service    In- 
stitute. 
M.  S.  A.  ...Member  of  the  Society 

of  Arts. 
M.  S.  C.  ...  Vadias  Staff  Corps 

M.  Sc Master  of  Science 

M  Soc.    ...Missionary  Society 
M  S.  H.  ...Master  of  Stag-hounds 
M.  S.  I.   ...Member     of     Sanitary 

Institute 

M.S.&L.R,  Manchester,    Sheffield, 
and  Lincoln  Railway 
Mus.  B.  ...  Bachelor  of  Music 
Mus.  D.  ...Doctor  of  Vusic 
Mils.  M  ...  Master  of  Music 
M.  V.  O  ...Member   of  the   Royal 

Victorian  Order 
nephew 

No'rth     Britain:     New 
Brunswick 

N   C North  Carolina  ( U.S.) 

X.  Dak.   ...North  Dakota  (U.S.) 

Neb Nebraska  (U.S.) 

net,  nett...(It.)   Netto    (free  from 
all  deductions) 

Nev Nevada  (U.S.) 

New  M.  ...New  Mexico  (U.S.) 

N.  fl New  Hampshire  (U.S.) 


n  

X.  B. 


N.  I 

N.  J 

N.  L.  P.  .. 

Northants 

Notts  

N.  F 

N.  R.  A.  .. 

N.  S... 
N.S.P.C.C. 


N.  S.  W. . 

N.  T.    . 


N.  U.  T.  .. 

N.  W 

N.  W.  P... 

N.  W.  T.. 

N.  Y 

N.  Y.  C, 

N.  Z 

O 

o  

ob 

o.c 

O.  L.  .. 


O  M 

Ont 

o.  s 

Ore.      ... 

O.  U 

O.U.A.C. 

O.U.B.C. 
O.U.C.C. 
O.U.  F.C 

Oxon   . . . 

Pa 

Parl.Agt 
P.  C.  ... 

P.C.M.O, 
Ph.D.... 


.Native  Infantry 

.New  Jeiv-ey  (U.S.) 

.National  Liberal  Fede- 
ration 
Northamptonshire 

.  Nottingham  shire 

.Notary  Public 

.National  Rifle  Associa- 
tion 

.Nova  Scotia 
National     Society     for 
Prevention  of  Cruelty 
to  Children 

.New  South  Wales 

.New  Testament ;  Nor- 
thern Territory  of 
South  Australia 

.National  Union  of  Tea- 
chers 

.North- west 

. .  North- Western  Prov  - 
inces 

.  North- Western  Terri  t  - 
ories 

. .  New  York — City  or  State 

..New  York  City 

..New  Zealand 

..Ohio  (U.S.) 

..only 

..Died 

..only  child 

..Officer  of  the  Order  of 
Leopold 

..Order  of  Merit 

..Ontario 

..only  son 

..Oregon  (U.S.) 

..Oxford  University 

..Oxford     University 
Athletic  Club 

,..Oxford  University 
Boating  Club 

..Oxford  University 
Cricket  Club 

.Oxford  University 
Football  Club 

,..  Oxfordshire;  Of  Oxford 

...Pennsylvania  (U.S.) 

..Parliamentary  Agent 

. .  Privy  Councillor;  Police 
Constable ;  Perpetual 
Curate 

..Principal  Colonial 
Medical  Officer 

..Doctor  of  Philosophy 


ABBREVIATIONS 


xli 


Phil. 

Philosophical 

R.  H.  S. 

...Eovftl  Humane  Society 

Phya  

Phy  sical 

R  I. 

Eoyal  Irish 

PI  

.Place;  Plural 

R.I.B.A. 

...Royal     Institute     of 

Plen  

.  Plenipotentiary 

British  Architects 

P.  M.  G... 

.  Postmaster-General 

P.  T.  M. 

...Royal  Indian  Marine 

P.  M.  O.  .. 

.Principal       Medical 

E.  M.  .. 

...Royal  Marines 

Officer 

E,  M.  A 

....Royal  Marine  Artillery 

P.  &0.    .. 

.Peninsular  &  Oriental 

E.  M.  A 

.  .  .  Royal    M  i  li  t  ary      Aca- 

Steamship Co. 

demy,  Woolwich 

P.Q  

.Province  of  Quebec 

R.  M.  C. 

.  .  .Royal  Military  College, 

P.  K.  A.  .. 

.President  of  the  Eoyal 

Sandhurst 

Preb  

Prebendary    [  Aca  demy 

R.M.L.I 

...Royal    Marine   Light 

Pres  

.President 

Infantry 

Priii  

.Principal 

E.  M.  S. 

...Royal    Microscopical 

Proo  

.Proctor 

Society  ;   Eoyal  Mail 

Prof. 

Professor 

Steamer 

Prov  

.Provost 

E.  N.   .. 

...Eoyal  Navy 

Prox  

.Proximo  (next) 

E.  N.  E. 

...Eoval  Naval  Reserve 

P.W.D.    .. 

.Public  Works   Depart- 

Boy.    .. 

...Royal 

ment    (roads,    build- 

E. S.  A. 

...Royal  Scottish    A  ca- 

ings, Gov.   railways, 

de  my 

telegraphs,  t  tc.) 

R.  S.  E. 

...Royal    Society   of 

Q  

.Queen  ;  Queensland 

Edinburgh 

Q.C  

.Queen's  Counsel 

R.  S.  L. 

...Koyal    i^ociety   of 

Q.M.G.  .. 

.Quarte:  master-  General 

Literature 

R  

.Rector 

B.^.P.C. 

A,  Royal  Society  for  Pre- 

r. 

right 

vention  of  Cruelty  to 

R.  A  

.  B  o  y  a  1     A  eadeinieian  , 

Anima's 

Eoyal  Artillery 

R.  S.  W. 

...Royal    Scottish  Water 

E.A.M.C... 

Eoyal    Army    Medical 

Colour  Society 

Corps 

Et,  Hon 

...Eight  Honourable 

R.  Art.     .. 

.Eoyal  Artillery 

Rt.  Rev. 

...Eight  Beverend  (of  a 

R.  A.  S.  .. 

.Eoyal  Astronomical  or 

g 

Bishop) 

Asiatic  Society 

B,  T.  S. 

.  .  .  Religious  Tract  Society; 

B.  B  

Rifle  Brigade 

Boyal       Toxopholitr 

B,  B.  A.  .. 

.K  oval  Society  of  British 

S<  ciety 

Artists 

B.  U.  I. 

.  .  .  Boy  a  1     Uni  versity     of 

R.  C 

.Roman  Catholic 

Ireland 

E.C.V.S... 

.Eoyal  College  of  Veter- 

E. Y.  S. 

...Eoyal  Yacht  Squadron 

inary  Surgeons 

S  

.succeeded  ;       S  o  u  t  li  ; 

•R.  D  

.Rural  Dean 

Saints 

Ed  

Eoad 

g 

sou  •  shillings 

E.  E  

.Eoyal  Engineer* 

S.  A.    .. 

.  .  .  South  Australia  ;  South- 

R.  Eng.  .. 

Eoyal  Engin<  ers 

Africa 

Rear-  A  dm 

.Eear-  Admiral 

Salop  ... 

..Shropshire 

Eect  

.Bector 

Sarurn  .. 

...Salisbury 

Beg.  Prof. 

Begins  Professor 

S.  C.     ... 

...South  Carolina  (U.S.1* 

Beat 

Rgcrinient 

g.  c  

...Student  at    the    Staff 

Ees  

Resigned;  Reserve 

College 

Rev 

Reverend 

Sch       ... 

Scholar 

E.  F.  A.  .. 

.Eoyal  Field  Artillery 

S.  C.  L. 

...Student  in  Civil  Law 

E.  G.A.  .. 

RoyalGarrisonArtillery 

Sculpt. 

...  Sculptor 

E.  H.  A... 

.Eoyal  Hibernian  Aca- 

S. Dak. 

...South  Dakota  (U.S.) 

demy;   Royal  Horse 

S.  I).  F. 

...Social     Democratic 

Artillery 

Federation 

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ABBREVIATIONS 


Sec Secretary 

Sel  w.    .... .  Selwy  n  Coll.  Cambridge 

S.  E.  K. ..:. South-Eastern  Railway 

S.  U Sol'citor-Getieral 

S.  M.  E.  ...School    of    Aii 

Engineering 

Soc Society 

Sovs Sovereigns 

.8.  p sine    pr  ole     ( w 

issue) 
.S.P.C.K.  ...Society  for  Promoting 

Christian  Knowledge 
S.  P.  G.   ...Society  for  the  Prop- 
agation of  the  Gospel 

S.  S Steamship 

S.  S.  M.  ...Society  of   the  Sac-red 

M  ission 

St Street;  Saint 

St.Alb.Hall  St.  Alban  Hall 

8.  T.  D.  ...SacrseTheologise Doctor 

St.Edm.Hall  St.  Edmund  Hall 

Stip .Stipend;  Stipendiary 

S.  T.  L.    ...Sacra?  Theologies  Lector 

(  R  eader  or  a  Professor 

of  Sacred  Theology) 
S.  T.  M.  ...Sacraj    Theologia? 

Magister 
S.  T.  P.   ...Sacra?    Theologian    Pro 

fessor    (Professor   of 

Divinity,     old    form 

of  D.D.) 

Supt Superintendent 

Surg Surgeon 

Sur  v Surviving 

Tasm Ta-- mania 

T.  C.  D.  ...Trinity  College, Dublin 
T.  B.  II.  ...Their  Royal  Highnesses 

Tenn Tennessee  (U.S.) 

Tex Texas  (U.S.) 

T.  K.  C.  ...Thames  Rowing  Club; 

Tithes -Rent  Charge 

Triii Trinity 

T.  Y.  C.  ...Thames    Yacht    Club 

Two- Year-Old  Course 
u uncle 


u.  c  

ridge         U.  K  
ilway 

itarv          Univ  
U.  S  
U.  S.  A.  . 

thout         Va  
V-.C  
oting         V.  D  

.University  College 
United     Kingdom     of 
Great     Britain     and 
Ireland 
..University 
..United  States 
.United    States    <>f 
America 
.Virginia  (U.S.) 
..Victoria  Cross 
.Volunteer     Officers* 

ledge    i 
Prop-          Yen  
ospel 
Very  Hev 
acred 
Yet  

Decoration 
..Venerable  (of  an  Arch- 
deacon) 
....Very   Reverend  (of  a, 
Dean) 
.  .  Veterinary 

Vice-Ada 
Viet     ... 

L.  Vice-  Admiral 
Victoria 

Doctor         Vise. 

.  .  Viscount 

11                V.  L  
wry             V.  M.  H.. 

jector 
fessor         Vol  
logy)          V.  P  

)  g  i  86             Vt  

W  A 

.  .Vice-Lieutenant 
..Victoria  Medal  Horti- 
cultural 
.  .  Volume  ;       Volunteers 
.  .  Vice-President 
..Vermont  (U.S.) 
West  Australia 

Pro-          Wadh  
or   of         Wash  
form 
W.I  
Wilts  
Wis  

..Wadham 
..Washington    State 
(U.S) 
.  .West  Indies 
..Wiltshire 
..Wisconsin  (U.S.) 

W.  L.  F.. 
ublin         "\Yiii          . 

..Women's      Liberal 
Federation 
.  William 

lessoa     ;     W.  O  
W.  Va.    . 
Wyo  
Club;          Xmas  
arge           Y.M.C.A.. 

Club  ;         Yorks 
ourse     i     Y.W.C.A. 

..War  Office 
..West  Virginia  (U.S.) 
..Wyoming  (U.S.) 
..Christmas 
..Young  Men's  Christian 
Association 
..Yorkshire 
..Young         Women'H 
Christian  Association 

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WHO'S  WHO  IN  THE  FAR  EAST. 


BIOGRAPHIES 


ABE,  Taizo  (TOKYO),  President  Meiji 
Life  Insurance  Co. ;  Meiji  Fire  In- 
surance Co. ;  b.  August,  1849.  Was 
practically  the  pioneer  of  insurance 
in  Japan.  Address  :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

ACTON,  Roger  David  (KIXTA),  F.M.S. 
Civil  Service  ;  b.  March  1,  1874. 
Cadet  at  Selangor,  1893;  acting- 
assistant  District  Officer,  Kuala 
Kubu,  1898  ;  acting  District  Officer, 
Jelebu,  1900 ;  Collector  of  Land 
Revenue,  Krian,  1900 ;  acting  Magis- 
trate and  Registrar,  Larut,  1901 ; 
acting  assistant  District  Officer, 
Gopeng  ;  appointed  acting  Registrar 
of  Courts,  Kinta,  1904.  Address: 
Kinta,  Perak,  Federated  Malay 
States.  « 

ACTON,    William    Waltsr 


A.M.I.C.E. ;  F.M.S.  Civil  Service; 
6.  Nov.  10,  1862.  Entered  Civil  Ser- 
vice as  draughtsman  and  surveyor 
1S86 ;  was  assistant  engineer  a 
Kinta,  1890;  acting  District  En- 
gineer, Kuala  Kangsar,  1891 ;  acting 
Irrigation  Engineer,  Krian,  1899; 
appointed  Executive  Engineer,  2nd 
grade,  Perak,  1903.  Address  :  Perak, 
Federated  Malay  States. 

ADACHI,  Tsunayuki  (TOKYO),  ex- 
Inspector-General  Metrop.  Police 
Board ;  b.  Nov.  1859  at  Satsuma. 
Has  held  high  police  positions  in 
several  prefectures ;  appointed 
Director  Police  Bureau,  HomeOffice 
1901 ;  appointed  Inspector-General, 
1903 f  resign^!  Oaf.  1935.  Address: 
Tokyo,  Japan. 


Ada 


WHO'S  WKO  IN  THE  FAR  EAST  (JUNE)  1906-7. 


ADAM,  CliarlssM.  (HANOI),  Inspactor 
General  of  Indo-China ;  Director 
of  the  Financial  Administration. 
Decorations:  Chev.  da  la  Lsgion 
d'Honneur.  Address  :  Hanoi,  Ton- 
kin, Indo-China. 

ADAMS,  Arthur  Robert  (PKNANG), 
Advoaate  and  Solicitor ;  b.  Dec.  13, 
1851.  Elite. :  Sherborne.  Admitted 
as  solicitor,  Bag.,  April  1834 ;  ad- 
mitted Straits  Bar,  July,  1837;  has 
since  practised  at  Colonial  and 
F.M.S.  Bars;  counsel  for  Govt.  in 
Tanjong  Pagar  Arbitration  1905; 
Commandant  Penang  Voluntears  ; 
2nd  in  Co.Ttnaand,  Straits  Settle- 
ments and  F.M.S.  Coronation  Con- 
tingent, 19J2.  Decoration :  King's 
Coronation  Medal.  Ricreations : 
All  open  air  sports  ;  natural  history; 
astronomy.  Clubs:  Penang;  Royal 
Col.  Inst.  Address :  "  Goodwood," 
Penang,  Straits  Settlements. 

ADVOCAAT,  Gysbert  Diederik 

(SHANGHAI),  Consul-Ganeral  for  the 
Netharlands  at  Shanghai ;  b.  Ams- 
terdam, Aug.  12,  18 35.  Entered  the 
.Netherlands  Consular  Service  in 
1885;  appointed  Vice-Consul  at  Con- 
stantinople 1339 ;  acting  Consul, 
Smyrna  1831;  detached  to  the  For- 
eign Office,  the  Hague  1893  ;  Consul, 
Calcutta  1836;  Consul-Genl.,  British 
India  1839;  Consul-Geul.,  Shanghai 
for  the  Yangtsze  Valley  1901. 
Decorations:  Knight  of  4th  class; 
(Officier)  of  the  Netherlands  Order 
of  Orange  Nassau  ;  the  Luxemburg 
Order  of  the  Oaken  Crown,  and  the 
Turkish  Order  of  Medjidie.  Address: 
Netherlands  Consulate  -  Gen  eral, 
Shanghai,  China.  *  c*  !  "  • 


AGER,  Albert  Powtrill  (SINGAPORE), 
Journalist;  b.  Nov.  27,  1376.  Elite.: 
Bedford  Modern  Sch,  Articled  to 
journalism  in  England  and  served 
on  several  Eng.  provincial  and  Lon- 
don journals :  arrived  in  Straits 
Settlements  in  1893  for  the  "  Straits 
Times,"  then  in  charge  of  the  late 
Arnot  Raid  ;  for  six  years  Manager 
of  "  Straits  Times."  Clubs:  Several 
lo^al.  Adlress:  Singapore,  Straits 
Settlements. 

AIKEtf,  R3V.  Edwin  Edserton  (PAO- 
TINGFU), Missionary;  b.  March  1, 
1S53;  in.  O^t.  6,  1832,  MiuJ  Lock- 
wood  (died  Ojt,  23,  1833)  ;  Sept.  23, 
19J2,  Rose  Ethel  Merrill.  Edite.: 
Phillips  Acad.,  Andover,  Mass., 
U.S.A.,  Class  1877 ;  Yale  Coll.,  Class 
1834.  Member  of  N.  China  Miss,  of 
American  Board  (Cong.)  since  1885 ; 
located  in  Peking  1885-91 ;  Tientsin 
1892-99 ;  Paotingfu  since  19,)2  ;  house 
in  Tientsin  destroyed  by  Boxer 
shells  19JO  ;  attended  Bi-centenuial 
of  Yale  Univ.  O^t.  19JO.  Publica- 
tions: Articles  in  various  maga- 
zines. Address:  American  Board 
Mission,  South  Suburb,  Paotingfu, 
Chihli,  China. 

AINSLIE,  Dr.  David  Huntar  (HONG- 
KONG), M.B.,  Ch.B.,  D.P.H.  (Abdn.), 
D.T.M.,  (Camb.);  b.  April  11,  1875. 
Educ. :  Edinburgh  Institution  ;  Old 
Den  Pub.  Sch.,  Aberdaen  Univ.; 
Medical  Officer  for  Anchor  S.  N. 
Co.,  Glasgow  1893;  M.O.  Lagos 
Govt.  Railway,  West  Africa  1893- 
1901:  Gold  Coast  Govt.  Riilway 
19J1-1914;  joined  the  firm  of  Drs. 
Stedman,  Reiinie  and  Harston, 
Hongkong  1935.  Club  :  Hongkong. 


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Address:   Hongkong  Hotel,  Hong- 
kong. 

AITKEN,  Lieut.-Col.  Arthur  Edward 
(HONGKONG),  Offiaer  Comm.  119th 
f  nfty.  ;  b.  May  25,  1861.  Lieut.  Wor- 
restershire  Regt.  July  1,  1881 ;  Capt. 
India  S.C.  Jan.  14, 1831 ;  Major  I  ml. 
Army,  Jan.  13,  1900;  Lieut.-Col. 
June  1,  1934  :  D.A.A.G.,  India,  Xov. 
1895  to  June  18,  1930;  took  part  in 
Soudan  Expadition  1885,  Suakin, 
actions  at  Hasheen  and  Tofrek, 
various  attacks  on  convoys,  advance 
on  Tamai,  affair  at  Thakool. 
Decorations  :  Medal  with  2  clasps  ; 
bronze  star.  Club  :  Hongkong, 
A  ddress  :  Military  Headquarters, 
Hongkong. 

AKAMATSU,  Noriyoshi  Baron 
(TOKYO),  Vice- Admiral  ;  b.  Nov., 
1841  at  Shizuoka.  Studied  naval 
theory  anfl  art  in  Holland  in  the 
sixties ;  appointed  Bear- Admiral 
1874  ;  has  held  appointment  of  Com- 
mander-in-chief of  Sasebo  Naval 
station ;  created  baron  and  pro- 
moted to  Vice-Admiralship  upon 
retirement  in  1887.  Club  :  Nobles, 
Tokyo.  Address  :iTokyo,  Japan. 

AKIMOTO,  Viscount  (TATEBAYASHI), 
Diplomatic  Service  ;  b.  May  4,  1857. 
Has  occupied  various  posts  under 
the  Foreign  Office;  created  Viscount 
1834.  Rfcreations :  Patron  of  the 
arts  and  wrestling.  Address  : 
Tatebayashi,  Kozuke,  Japan.  • 

ALDWORTH,  John  Richard  Oliver 
(Ki  ALA  LUMPUR),  F.M.S.  Civil  Ser- 
vice ;  b.  Sept.  18, 1868 ;  s.  of  late  Col. 
Robert  Aldworth ;  m.  1905,  Doro- 
thea Anne  Harvey, d.  of  late  Richard 
Drew.  Ed uc. :  Cheltenham  Coll. 


Entered  Selangor  Civil  Service  1899; 
passed  in  Malay  1889 ;  first  assistant 
collector  and  magistrata,  Klang, 
Dec.  18S9;  acting  District  Officer, 
Kuala  Selangor,  Aug.  1890  ;  acting 
Treasurer  of  Pahang,  July  to  Nov. 
1892  ;  District  Officer,  Klang,  1893 ; 
District  Officer,  Ulu  Langat,  Dec. 
1895;  examiner  in  Malay,  Negri 
Sembilan,  1896 ;  Collector  of  Land 
Revenue,  Seremban,  and  Registrar 
of  titles,  Negri  Sembilan,  June  1930; 
Sec.  to  High  Commissioner  F.M.S. 
1901-3;  District  Officer,  Kuala 
Kangsar,  1903.  Address  :  Knala, 
Lumpur,  Selangor,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

ALEXANDER,  Charles  Shuldham 
(BATU  GAJAH),  B.A.,  Cantab.; 
F.M.S.  Civil  Service;  b.  June  16, 
1877.  Entered  service  as  cadet  1900 ; 
served  in  Kuala  Lumpur  and  Teluk 
Anson  in  1902  and  1904,  being  ap- 
pointed acting  District  Treasurer, 
Batu  Gajah,  in  1904.  Address: 
Batu  Gajah,  Perak,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

ALGUE,  Jose  (MANILA),  S.J.,  Ph.D., 
M.R.M.S.  Lond. ;  Director  of  Wea- 
ther Bureau,  Philippine  Islands ;  &. 
Dec.  28,  1856.  Educ. :  France  1872- 
77  ;  in  Spain  1877-85 ;  in  U.S.A.  1891- 
93.  Prof,  of  Mathematics  and 
Physics  for  7  years  in  Zaragoza, 
Spain;  sent  by  Spanish  Gov.  to 
Scientific  Congress  at  Chicago  dur- 
ing World's  Fair  1893;  Asst.  in 
Georgetown  Coll.  Observatory, 
Washington,  D.C.  1891-93;  sent  by 
Philippine  Insular  Gov.  to  World's 
Fair,  St  Louis,  in  charge  of  scientific 
exhibit  in  Philippine  Exposition 
Grounds  1934;  sent  by  Insular  Gov. 


All 


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to  International  Meteorological 
Congress  of  Innsbruck  1905 ;  Direc- 
tor of  Manila  Observatory  since 
1897.  Publications:  "The  Cyclones 
of  the  Far  East,"  "The  Clouds  in 
the  Philippines,"  etc.  Address : 
Observatory,  Manila,  Philippine 
Islands. 

ALLEN,  Edgar  Pierce  (TIENTSIN),  At- 
torney and  Councillor  at  Law  ;  b. 
Shanghai,  Feb.  19,  1866;  e.s.  of  Rev. 
Young  J.  Allen,  D.D.,  L.I.D., 
Shanghai ;  in.  Bertha,  y.d.  of  Peter 
G.  Sanerwein  of  Baltimore,  Mary- 
land, 1895.  Educ. :  Emory  College, 
Georgia  (first  honour),  1885,  post 
graduate'  student,  Johns  Hopkins 
University  1885-89 ;  fellow  in  Semi- 
tics,  1886-88.  Admitted  to  Florida 
Bar  1892,  to  Federal  (U.S.A.)  Bar 
1893,  to  New  York  Bar  1898;  removed 
to  China  1900 ;  commenced  practise, 
Tientsin,  1901;  General  Counsel  Im- 
perial Railways  of  North  China 
since  1902;  lecturer  on  International 
Law,  etc.,  Peiyang! University  since 
1903.  Clubs:  Shanghai;  Race  and 
Golf.  Address :  Council  Road,  and 
Office,  57  Victoria  Road,  Tientsin, 
China. 

ALLEN,  Morris  Anthony  Vermont 
(BATU  GAJAH),  F.M.S.  Chil  Service  ; 
b.  June  15,  1875.  Entered  Civil 
Service,  Perak,  1897 ;  acting  assist- 
ant Collector  of  Land  Revenue, 
Kinta,  1897  ;  Insp.  of  Mines 
1901  ;  Asst.  Warden  of  Mines,  Batu 
Gajah,  1906.  Address :  Batu  Gajah, 
Perak,  Federated  Malay  States. 

ALLEN,  W.  N.  C.  (SHANGHAI),  Mer- 
chant;  b.  1860;  »).  1886,  Ada,  d.  of 
late  G.  R.  Thompson,  Director, 


Rylands  and  Sons  Ltd., Manchester. 
Educ. :  Privately.  With  John  Peel 
and  Co.,  Manchester,  Egyptian  and 
East  Indian  merchants  and  ship- 
pers, 1874-1886 ;  with  John  Shaw  and 
Sons  Ltd.,  Brookroyd  Mills,  Hali- 
fax, manufacturers  and  shippers. 
1886-1900;  in  1900  joined  Messrs. 
Sale  and  Co..  Ltd.,  Yokohama, 
and  two  years  later  opened  for 
them  in  Shanghai.  Clubs  :  Shang- 
hai :  Shanghai  Race.  Address  :  4 
Yuen  Ming  Yuen  Road,  Shanghai, 
China. 

ALLEN,  William  Stanley  (HONGKONG), 
Manager,  Sperry  Flour  Company;  b, 
1877 ;  arrived  in  Hongkong  1899, 
prior  to  which  time  connected  with 
San  Francisco  office  of  the  com- 
pany. Club:  Hongkong.  Address-; 
Pedder  Street,  Hongkong. 

ALUN,  Charles  Henry  (KUALA  LUM- 
PUR), Director  of  Posts  and  Tele- 
graphs ;  b.  Feb.  19, 1873.  Secretary's 
Off.  G.P.O.,  London,  1894; Director 
of  Posts  and  Telegraphs  F.M.S- 
Service  since  1904.  Address:  Kuala 
Lumpur, Selangor,  Federated  Malay- 
States. 

ALMADA  e  CASTRO,  F.  X.  D'  (HONG- 
KONG), Solicitor.  Club:  Lusitano. 
Address:  54,  Queen's  Road  Central, 
Hongkong. 

AMANO,  Dr.  Tarneyuki  (TOKYO),  Pro- 
fessor, Waseda  University,  Tokyo ; 
b.  Dec,  1859,  in  Hizen.  Educ.  : 
Tokyo  University;  graduated  1882  ; 
member  of  House  of  Representa- 
tives for  short  period.  Publications  : 
"  Piinciples  of  Economics,"  and 
other  works  on  economics  and  his- 


WHO'S  WHO  IN  THE  FAR  EAST  (.JUNE)  1900-7. 


And 


tory.   Address:  Waseda  University, 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

AMERY,  Eev.  Albert  John  (SING A- 
PORE),  B.D. :  Clergyman;  b.  Nov.  20, 
1869  ;  m.  Sept.  16,  1905,  R.  M.  Allen, 
a  Med.  Missionary.  Educ. :  Harley 
Coll.,  London  ;  Drew  Tlieol.  Semin- 
ary, N.J.,  U.S.A.  Pupil  teacher 
schools  in  Newton  Abbot ;  Asst. 
Master  Dartmouth  and  London  ; 
studied  for  Missionary  career  at 
Harley  Coll.,  London  anl  Cliff 
Coll.,  Derbyshire;  arrived  in  Singa- 
pore as  Asst.  Master  in  Anglo- 
Chinese  School  1894;  ordained  by 
Bishop  Thobourn  as  Deacon  1897  ; 
«lder  1899 ;  Principal  Anglo-Chinese 
SSch.  Ipoh,  Perak,  1897 ;  Principal 
Angl  >Chinese  Sch,  Penang  1893-99  . 
took  divinity  course  at  Drew  Theol. 
Seminary,  graduating  with  decree 
of  B.D.  1893-1933 ;  since  1904  Minis- 
ter in  charge  Methodist  Episco- 
palian Church,  Singapore.  Address  : 
Wesley  House,  Singapore,  Straits 
Settlements. 

AMERY,  Geoffrey  Julian  (SELAXGOR), 
M.A.;  Federated  Malay  States  Civil 
Service  ;  b.  April  21,  1875.  Educ. : 
Harrow  ;  St.  John's  Coll.,  Oxford. 
Addre-88:  Selangor,  Federated  Malay 
States. 

AMUERHLINGKUEI,  Prince  (PEKING), 
Native  of  Mongolia.  Raised  to 
Prince  of  First  Order  Dec.  1891 ; 
great  grandson  of  Prince  Seng- 
ko-lin-ch'in. 

AN-CH  ENG  (TARBAGATAI),  Military 
Assistant  Governor  ;  native  of 
Manchuria.  Appointed  Asst.  Re- 
sident Tibet,  Nov.  1930;  Military 


Asst,      Governor     of    Tarbagatai, 
Nov.  1904. 

ANDERSEN,  N.  P.  (SHANGHAI),  Captain 
Coast  Staff  I.  M.  Customs ;  b. 
March  20,  1839;  m.  1831.  Educ.: 
Public  Schools,  Denmark.  Has 
been  44  years  in  Chinese  I.M.C. 
service  on  coast  staff;  during: 
Taiping  Rebellion  was  present  at 
taking  of  Ningpo,  Hangchow,  and 
other  places;  took  indirect  part 
in  French  reprisals  against  China, 
Chino-Japanese  War,  Boxer  trou- 
bles and  Russo-Japanese  War. 
Decoration:  Double  Dragon,  China. 
Club:  Race,  Shanghai.  Address: 
13,  Lingtze  Loo  Road,  Shanghai, 
China. 

ANDERSON,  Frederick  (SHANGHAI), 
Merchant;  b.  Nov.  17,  1855;  m. 
Sophia,  d.  of  Admiral  T.  Le  Hunte 
Ward,  C.B.  Educ. :  Glasgow  Ac. 
ademy  and  Hawthorn  Hall,  Che- 
shire. Member  Shanghai  Municipal 
Council  1892-3-4, 1897-8-9, 1904-5 ;  and 
Chairman  in  1899-1904-5;  Chairman 
China  Association  1898-9  and  on 
London  comtee.  1901-2.  Clubs: 
Caledonian,  Ranelagh ;  Thatched 
House,  Lond. ;  Country  and  Shang- 
hai. Address:  "En-oil,"  167  Bub- 
bling Well  Road,  Shanghai,  China. 

ANDERSON,  Sir  John  (SINGAPORE), 
K.C.M.G.,  M.A.;  Governor  Straits 
Settlements;  High  Commissioner, 
Federated  Malay  States;  British 
North  Borneo  and  Governor 
Labuan  and  Brunei ;  b.  1858.  Educ.  : 
Aberdeen  Univ.,  M.A.  1877, 1st  class 
honours  in  mathematics;  gold 
medal  as  most  distinguished  gra- 
duate of  year  ;  2nd  class  elk.,  C.O., 


And 


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June  30,  1879;  Bacon  scholar,  Gray's 
Inn,  1887;  Inns  of  Court  student- 
ship, 1888;  joint  comsnr.  with  the 
late  Sir  J.  F.  Dickson,  Nov.  and 
Dec.,  1891,  to  inquire  into  certain 
matters  connected  with  the  regis- 
try of  the  Sup.  Court  of  Gibraltar ; 
Priv.  Sec.  to  Sir  R.  Meade,  Aug. 
17,  1892 ;  attached  to  the  staff  of 
the  Br.  Agent  for  the  Behring  Sea 
Arbitration  in  London  and  Paris, 
1892-93  ;  1st  class  elk.,  Mar.  11,  1896 . 
prin.  elk.,  June  3,  1897;  Sec.  to  the 
conference  between  Mr.  Chamber- 
Iain  and  the  Colonial  Premiers, 
June  and  July,  1897;  visited  Gibral- 
tar to  inquire  into  rates  of  pay  in 
the  Civ.  Serv.,  May,  1899;  apptd. 
C.O.  representative  on  staff  of 
H.K.H.  the  Duke  of  Cornwall  and 
York,  during  his  visit  to  the 
Colonies,  1901 ;  Sec.  to  Colonial 
Conference,  1902;  received  thanks 
of  Canadian  Govt.  and  Confedera- 
tion Med.  for  services  in  connection 
with  Alaska  Boundary  and  other 
matters,  1903;  Govr.,  Straits  Settle- 
ments, since  Feb.  1,  1904.  PitUica. 
Horn:  Joint  Editor  and  subse- 
quently Editor  Col. Office  List  1883  to 
1898.  Address:  Government  House, 
Singapore,  Straits  Settlements. 

ANEER*SON,  HCD.  Jchn  (SINGAPORE), 
Merchant  ;  b.  March.  1852  at  Rothe- 
say,  Isle  of  Bute;  m.  1901,  W.  E' 
Dunbar  Pope.  Edve.  :  Raffles 
Institution,  Singapore.  Ai lived  at 
Singapore  Dec.,  1859  ;  in  Govt.  Civil 
JServiceat  Singapore  until  1871  when 
commenced  mercantile  career ;  has 
been  xo  engaged  at  Singapore  ever 
since  ;  now  co-proprietor  and  head 
of  Guthrie  and  Co.,  Ltd.,  of  Sing- 


apore, Peuang,  London  and 
Fremantle,  W.A.  ;  Siamese  Consul- 
General  for  Singrpore;  J.P. ; 
Member  of  Legislative  Council  of 
Straits  Settlements  1S86-88  and 
again  since  19C5.  Club  :  Bath, 
Dover  St.,  London,  W.  Address- 
"  Ardmoie,  "  Singapore,  Straits 
Settlements. 

ANDIRSON,  Br.  Jchn  Aittur  (TAI- 
CHOW), M.D.,  Medical  Missionaiy; 
b.  May  11,  18C2 ;  m.  Oct.  1895,  Alex- 
ancrina  Ross,  M.D.  Educ. :  Rhynie, 
Aberdeenshire,  Scotland;  New  York 
University,  U.S.A.  Connected  with 
the  Consumptive  Sanatoiia  of  Scot- 
land ;  was  Surgeon  in  charge  C.I.M. 
Hospitals  at  Chungking,  Chinkiang, 
and  Taichow ;  travelled  in  the 
wilds  of  West  !(  hira  on  Tibetan 
border ;  followed  the  course  of 
River  of  Golden  Sand  from  iron 
bridge  near  Li-kiang-fuin  Noithern 
Yunnan  to  where  it  is  joined  by 
White  Water  River  and  becomes 
Yangtze;  explored  teriitory  in- 
habited by  vaiious  ti  ibes— the  Ming- 
kia,1  Lo-so  and  Li-so — and  skhted 
the  teiritory  of  savage  Mang-tse 
and  Lo-lo ;  travelled  in  Kwei-cho 
and  saw  fcmething  of  Miao  tribe 
resident  in  that  province  ;  went  to 
Shanghai  during  Boxer  troubles  of 
1900;  was  ordained  Missionary  in 
charge  Taichow-fu,  prov.  of  Cheli- 
kiang,  in  1898,  by  Rev.  J.  Hudson. 
F.R.C.S.,  M.R.C.S.,  etc.  I'ublicn- 
ticn*  :  "Can't  You':"  and  "Divine 
Healing."  Addrex*:  China  Inland 
Mission,  Taichow,  via  Ningpo, 
China. 

ANDERSON,  Robert  Ogilvie  Nekton 
B.A.,     A.l.H.  ;    F.M.S. 


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Civil  Service;  b.  Dec.  26,  1861. 
Personal  assistant  to  State  Eng- 
ineer, Perak,  1895  ;  Irrigation 
Engineer,  Krian,  1899;  Executive 
Engineer,  1st  grade,  1903 ;  acting 
State  Engineer,  Tafping,  1904. 
Address:  Taiping,  Perak,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

ANDERSON,  W.  H.  (SHANGHAI),  Ac- 
countant North  China  Insurance 
Co.  ;  Masonic  :  Dist.  Grand  Master 
Northern  China,  E.C.  Address  :  10 
The  Bund,  Shanghai,  China. 

ANDREW,  John  Ingram  (HONGKONG), 
Engineer,  Manager  G.  Femvick 
and  Co.,  Ltd  ;  b.  Oct.,  1866  ;  »H.  1894, 
Sophia,  daughter  of  late  Capt. 
Berg.  Educ.  :  Noimal  Training 
College  ;  Robert  Gordon's  Coll., 
Aberdeen.  Douglas  s.s.  Co.,  1890-2  : 
Taikoo  Sugar  Refg.  Co.,  1893-6; 
joined  G.  Fetwiek  ar.d  Co.,  Dec 
1896  ;  appointed  Manager,  19C6. 
Masonic  :  W.  M.,  Lodge  St.  John. 
618  S.C.  1895;  D.S.G.W.  of  D.  G. 
Lodge  of  Scottish  Freemasonry  in 
South  China  1906.  Club  :  Bowling. 
Address  :  G.  Femvick  and  Co.,  Ltd., 
Hongkong. 

ANETOOM,  Dr.  Thaddeus  Cachick(PE- 
NANG),  L.R.C.P.,  L.R.C.S.  and  L.M. 
(Eclin),  Med.  Practitioner,  Phys- 
ician ar.d  Surgeon;  b.  1861  at  Cal- 
cutta. Studied  medicine  in  Med. 
Coll.  Hosp.,  Calcutta  1879-82  ;  went 
to  Edinburgh  and  qualified  1885 ; 
has  been  in  Per.ang  sir.ce  1886 ; 
Municipal  Comm.,  Penang  Muni- 
cipality 1888-89-90 ;  Deputy  Pres. 
of  Municipality  for  9  months,  for 
which  received  thanks  of  Govt.; 
appointed  Med.  Supt.  Chinese  In- 


fectious Diseases  llotp.  19C4 ;  is 
a  pure  bred  Armenian  and  thorough- 
ly loyal  British  subject.  Club  : 
Penang.  Address:  £9A  Xortham 
Road,  Penang,  Straits  Settlements. 

AN1HONISZ,  James  Oliver  (SINGA- 
PORE), B.A.,  Acting  Treasurer 
Straits  Settlements ;  b.  Jan.  15, 
1864.  Educ.:  St.  John's  College,  Cam- 
bridge. Appointed  Cadet  Straits 
Settlements  Civil  Service  Oct.  1883  ; 
assistant  Indian  immigration  agent 
Singrpore,  Mry,  1£86 ;  £rd  Mag- 
istrate, Singapore,  1888  ;  2nd  Mag- 
istrate, July,  1892;  Principal  Muni- 
cipal Ccirmis-sioner  Jar.,  1901: 
1st  Magistrate,  Aug.,  19C2,  but  con- 
tinued to  act  r.s  President  of  the 
Municipal  Commission.  Acting 
Treasurer  since  Sept.  19C4.  Address  : 
Singrpore,  Straits  Settlements. 

AORI,  Visccunt  (TOKYO),  Jrpanese 
Ambassador  at  Washirgton  ;  Privy 
Ccrncillpr  ;  b.  Jan.,  1844,  in  pro- 
vince of  Chosiu.  Was  Secretary  to 
Japanese  Legation  at  Berlin  in  1873, 
gnd  was  subsequently,  on  two  occa- 
sions, Minister  at  that  capital  ; 
was  Minister  for  Foreign  Affaiis 
in  Tokyo  in  1889-91,  and  in  1898- 
1900  ;  was  appointed  Ambassador 
in  Washington  in  March,  1SC6. 
Address:  Tokyo,  Japan;  Japanese 
Legation,  Washington,  U.S.A. 

AO  T'lEN-YIN,  GeneialCTiNGCHOin ), 
Native  of  Hvpei.  Appointed 
Brigade-General  Tirgchoufu  (Fuh- 
kien  province)  in  w inter  of  19C4. 

ARAKI,  Kwanpo  (TOKYO),  Artist;  b. 
Tokyo,  June  1831.  Is  Professor  of 
Government  Fine  Arts  Institute ; 
Member  of  Fine,  Arts  Committee 


Ard 


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attached    to  Imperial    Household. 
Address:    Tokyo,  Japan. 

ARDEN,  Stinley  (PERAK),  F.M.S.  Civil 
Service  ;  b.  Sept.  24,  1874.  Appointed 
Superintendent  Experimental  Plan- 
tation 1930.  Address:  Perak,  Federa- 
ted Malay  States. 

ARICHI,  Baron  Vica-Admiral  Shina- 
nosuka  (TOKYO),  President  of  Ja- 
pan Maritime  Society  ;  b.  at  Choshu, 
March,  1843.  Lieut-Commander  1872; 
Commander  of  Yokosuka  Admiralty 
and  Kure  ;  Chief  of  Naval  Staff  of 
Standing  Fleet ;  Member  of  House 
of  Peers  since  1897.  Address  :  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

ARIGA,  Nagao  (  TOKYO  ),  Professor  of 
AVaseda  University ;  b.  at  Settsu, 
Oct.,  1860.  Educ.  :  Tokyo  Imperial 
University.  Private  Secretary  to 
President  of  Privy  Council  1887 
Councillor  of  Agriculture  and  Com- 
merce Department  ;  Adviser  to 
Army  upon  international  law  dur- 
ing Chino- Japanese  War  1894-1895  ; 
similar  position  during  Busso- Japa- 
nese War.  Address :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

ARIMA,  Tadaichi  (HONGKONG),  Man- 
ager Osaka  Shosen  Kaisha,  Hong- 
kong Office:  b.  May  13,  1870;  m. 
1893.  Educ. :  Union  College,  Tokyo. 
Address:  18,  Macdonell  Road, 
Hongkong. 

ARISAKA,  Major-General  (TOKYO), 
Inventor  of  Aiisaka  Field  gun  ;  b. 
at  Choshu,  Feb.  1852.  Appointed 
Colonel  1895  ;  iMajor-General  1901 ; 
completed  well  known  quickfiring 
mountain  gun  Nov.  1901.  Address  : 
Tokyo,  Japan. 


ARISUGAWA,  Prince  (TOKYO),  G.C.B. 
Admiral;  b.  Jan.  13,  1862;  m. 
Princess  Yasuko,  Dec.  11,  1880' 
Educ. :  Naval  College,  Greenwich. 
Midshipman  for  two  years  on 
H.M.S.  "  Iron  Duke  "  ;  served  in 
Channel  Squadron ;  commanded 
Japanese  cruiser  "  Matsushima " 
throughout  Chino- Japanese  Avar  ; 
represented  Japan  at  Diamond 
Jubilee  of  late  Queen  Victoria 
represented  Japan  at  wedding  o 
Crown  Prince  of  Germany,  and 
visited  England,  1905;  Admiral  - 
Supt.  of  Yokosiika,  and  member  of 
Supreme  Council  of  War.  Address 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

ARMSTRONG,  Jchn  (  SINGAPORE  ), 
Banker,  Manager  Chartered  Bank 
of  India,  Australia  and  China;  b' 
1861.  Club:  Thatched  House,  St. 
James'  St.,  London.  Address  : 
Cairn  Hill,  Singapore,  Straits 
Settlements. 

ARMSTRONG,  William  Reginald 
(PENANG),L.L.D.,  D.C.L. ;  Advocate 
and  Solicitor  of  Supreme  Court, 
Straits  Settlements  and  Federated 
Malay  States  ;  b.  1874  at  New  Roes, 
Co.  Wexford,  Ireland.  Edttc.  : 
Trinity  Coll.,  Dublin  ;  graduated 
there  as  Sen.  Moderator  in  Logic 
and  Ethics  1896;  LL.D.,  Dublin 
Univ.  1899;  D.C.L.,  Durham  Univ. 
1902;  called  to  Bar,  King's  Inns, 
Dublin,  Hilary  term  19CO  ;  admitted 
to  Bar  of  Straits  Settlements  and  of 
Federated  Malay  States  1904.  Ad- 
dress :  Penang,  Straits  Settlements. 

ARNOLD,  Thomas  (HONGKONG),  Ac- 
countant. Resided  in  Colony  over 


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35  years ;  for  many  years  Sec.  of 
Hongkong,  Canton,  and  Macao 
Steamboat  Co.,  Ltd.  ;  resigned 
1933.  Club:  Hongkong.  Address: 
Hongkong. 

ARTHUR,  James  Startin  Wills 
(PENANG),  B.A.  Oxon ;  Straits  Set- 
tlements Civil  Service  :  b.  March 
9,  1881.  Educ. :  Oxford.  Entered 
Straits  Settlements  Civil  Service 
Oct.  1934;  attache!  to  Resident 
Councillor's  Office,  Penang,  Dec. 
1904.  Address:  Cadets  Bungalow, 
Penang,  Straits  Settlements. 

ASABUKI,  Yeiji  (TOKYO),  Director  of 
Mitsui  Co.;  b.  in  Oita-ken,  Feb. 
1849.  -Is  manager  of  spinning  dept. 
of  Mitsui  Company.  Address: 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

ASADA,  Yasunori  (TOKYO),  Member 
House  of  Peers;  b.  Kyoto,  Nov.  1848. 
1st  Class  Councillor  to  Japanese 
Legation,  Washington,  U.S.A.  1874  ; 
Councillor  of  Foreign  Affairs  Dept. 
1879;  Director  of  Commercial 
Affairs  Bureau  1886 ;  Governor  of 
Kanagawa  Prefecture  1899;  Vice- 
Minister  for  Foreign  Affairs  1900 ; 
alter  Vice-Minister  of  Communica- 
tions. Address:  Tokyo,  Japan. 

ASANO,  SoicMro  (TOKYO),  President 
of  Toyo  Steamship  Co. ;  b.  March 
1848.  Is  interested  in  cement 
and  petroleum  business.  Address: 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

ATKINSON,  Dr.  John  Mitford  (HONG- 
KONG), M.B.,  Land.,  1881;  M.B.C.S. 
Eng;  L.S.A.,  Lond.,  1878;  D.P.H., 
Cantab.  1894 ;  Principal  Civil  M.O. 
and  President  Sanitary  Board  ; 
b.  Dec.  3, 1853.  Prizeman  at  London 


Med.  Coll.,  1893-1897  ;  Res.  Med.  Off. 
St.  Mary  Abbott's  Infirmary,  Ken- 
sington, 1878-1885 ;  Med.  Off.  No.  3 
Dist.  St.  Mary  Abbott's,  Kensing- 
•  ton,  1885-1887;  Supt.  Govt.  Civil 
Hosp.  and  M.O.  to  Small-pox  Hosp. 
and  Govt.  Lunatic  Asylums,  Hong- 
kong, in  1887 ;  in  1895  was  appointed 
Acting  Col.  Surgeon ;  in  1897  to 
present  position ;  received  thanks 
of  Sec.  of  State  for  services 
during  plague  1898.  Since  1933 
has  been  an  official  member  of 
Legislative  and  Executive  Council. 
Club:  Hongkong.  Address:  Sani- 
tary Board,  Hongkong. 

ATOMI,  Takino  (TOKYO),  Painter  and 
educationalist ;  b.  at  Osaka,  April, 
1840.  Is  one  of  Japan's  distinguish- 
ed lady  painters  and  education- 
alists ;  founder  and  proprietor  of 
Atomi  Girls'  School.  Address: 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

AWDRY,  Rt.  Rev.  William  (TOKYO), 
M.A.,  D.D.,  Bishop  of  Ch.  of  Eng. 
in  South  Tokyo  ;  b.  Jan.  24,  1842,  ?. 
,of  Sir  John  Writher  Awdry,  Kt,,  late 
'Chief  Justice  of  Supreme  Court, 
Bombay ;  Oxford  University  !Com- 
mi.ssioner  ;  m.  Frances  Emily,  d.  of 
Right  Rev.  G.  Moberly,  i  Bishop  of 
Salisbury.  Educ. :  Winchester ; 
Balliol,  Oxford  ;  Fellow  of  Queen'* 
Coll.  Oxford.  Won  Ellerton  Theol. 
Essay  Prize,  Oxford  ;  rowed  in  Ox- 
ford Univ.  Boat  1863-64 ;  Ordained 
Deacon  and  Priest  by  Bishop 
Wilberf orce  (Oxford)  1866-67;  Second 
Master  of  Winchester  Coll.  1868-72  ; 
Head  Master  of  St.  John's 
Coll.,  Hurstpierpoint  1873-79 ; 
Prebendary  in  Chichester  Cath., 


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1877-1901  ;  Canon  Residentiary 
1880-88  ;  Principal  of  Chichester 
Theol.  College  1880-86;  Vicar  of 
Amport  1886-96  ;  Rural  Dean  of 
Amlover  1891-95;  First  Bishop  of 
Southampton  (Suffragan  to  the 
Bishop  of  Winchester)  1895-93; 
First  Bishop  of  Osaka,  Japan 
1896-97 ;  Bishop  of  South  Tokyo, 
since  1898.  Publications:  Articles 
in  religious  periodicals.  Club  : 
Church  House,  Westminster.  Ad- 
dress :  8  Sakae-cho,  Shiba,  Tokyo, 
Japan. 


AXLING,    Rev.    William   (MmnoK.v 
B.A.,   B.D.,   Clergyman;   b.  Aug. 
1873;   m.   May,   1901,  Lucinda  Bur- 
rows.    Educ :      Nebraska      Univ.; 
Rochester  (U.S.A.)  Theo.  Seminary. 
Address:    86    Soto    Kaga   Xo-koji, 
Morioka,  Japan. 

AZEGAMI,    Abbot    Baisen    (TOKVO), 
Religious    teacher;     b.    July    18-2 
Chief  abbot  of  Sojiji  Temple,  head 
quarters    of    Soto    sect.     Add  ret* 
Tokyo,   Jajiiin. 


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BADDELEY,  Frank  Morrish  (SINGA- 
PORE),  B.A.,  Cantab.  ;  Acting 
Assistant  Protector  of  Chinese  ;  b., 
Nov.  30,  1874.  Entered  Selangor 
Civil  Service  1897;  acting  assistant 
District  Officer,  Serembah,  1901 ; 
assistant  District  Officer,  Kuala 
Kubu,  1901;  acting  assistant  District 
Officer,  Serembah,  1902 ;  Revenue 
Auditor,  Pahang,  1904 ;  appointed 
acting  District  Officer,  Jelebu,  and 
assistant  Protector  of  Chinese  at 
Singapore  1905.  Address :  Singa- 
pore, Straits  Settlements. 

BADELEY,  Francis  Joseph  (HONG- 
KONG), B.A. ;  Captain  Superinten- 
dent of  Police;  b.  March  27,  1868. 
Educ. :  Clergy  Orphan  School,  Can- 
terbury, and  Jesus  College,  Cam- 
bridge ;  senior  opt.  math,  tripos, 
1889 ;  acting  Deputy  Superintendent 
of  Police,  June  to  Dec.,  1893  ;  acting 
Assistant  Postmaster-General,  May 
to  July,  1894 :  acting  Assistant 
Registrar-General,  July,  1894 ;  J,P., 
1894  ;  Deputy  Superintendent  of 
Police  and  assistant  Superintendent 
Fire  Brigade,  July,  1895 ;  Captain  of 
Police  and  Superintendent  of  Fire 
Brigade,  and  Superintendent  Vic- 
toria Gaol,  Apl.,  1902;  Member  of 
Legislative  Council,  1902,  ;  speaks 
Hindustani  and  Cantonese.  Club: 


Hongkong.     Address:   Magistracy, 
Hongkong. 

BAILEY,  Arthur  W.  (SING.VPOKK),  Pro- 
tector of  Chinese.  Educ. :  Duhvich 
Coll.  and  St.  Cath.  Coll.,  Cainb. 
(Scholar) ;  2nd  sen.  opt.  math,  tri- 
pos ;  B.A.  1894.  Cadet  Straits  Settle- 
ments, Nov.,  1898;  passed  tin.  exam. 
in  Chinese,  June,  1899  ;  was  acting 
assistant  Protector  of  Chinese  at 
Penang  and  Singapore  ;  4th  Magis- 
trate Singapore,  May,  1901 ;  3rd 
Magistrate,  Penang,  Jan.,  1902;  Dis- 
ti-ict  Officer,  Christmas  Island,  1st 
June,  1904;  assistant  Chinese  Pro- 
tector, 1905.  Add  fas*  :  Singapore, 
Straits  Settlements. 

BAILEY,  Demetrius  J.  S.,  (KICKING), 
B.A.,  Camb.,  Resident.  Served  in 
Methuen's  Horse  ;  Cadet  Sarawak 
Service,  Mar.,  1888;  assistant  Re- 
sident, May,  1891 ;  Resident,  2nd 
class,  2nd  division,  Jan.,  1894  ; 
assistant  Resident,  May,  1891  ; 
Resident  2nd  class,  Jan.,  1894  ; 
stationed  at  Kuching.  Addr<>** 
Sarawak,  Borneo. 

BAILEY,  W.  S.  (HONGKONG),  M.I.M.E., 
Engineer  and  Shipbuilder ;  b.  1861. 
Clnb  :  Institution  of  Engineers  and 
Shipbuilders.  Address:  20  Con- 
naught  Road,  Hongkong. 


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BAILLE,  Charles  Fredieric  (HANOI), 
Insp.  Civil  Service  Indo-China,  As- 
sistant Resident  Superior  of  Ton- 
kin ;  b.  Dec.  18,  1848.  Entered  Civil 
Service  Indo-China  April  29,  1886, 
rs  3rd  class  Insp.;  2nd  class  Feb. 
1888  ;  1st  class  Dec.  1889 ;  Insp.  July 
1901.  Address:  Hanoi,  Tonkin, 
Indo-China. 

BAIN,  George  Murray  (HONGKONG), 
Journalist;  Proprietor  of  the  "China 
Mail "  and  "  Wah  Tze  Yat  Po  "  ;  b. 
Aug.  24, 1842,atMontrose,  Scotland. 
Educ. :  Montrose  Borough  School. 
Came  to  Hongkong  on  Feb.  9,  1864 ; 
joined  "  China  Mail  "  as  sub-editor 
and  reporter  ;  became  editor  later, 
and  proprietor  in  1872  ;  during  1887 
and  1882  took  active  part  in  fighting 
the  vicious  policy  of  the  then 
Governor,  Sir  John  Pope  Hennessy; 
has  consistently  upheld  British  in- 
terests and  maintained  an  impartial 
attitude  towards  other  nationals ; 
one  of  oldest  journalists  in  Far 
East;  takes  interest  in  all  public 
movements  and  supports  all  sports. 
Clubs :  Hongkong  ;  Jockey  and  Cric- 
ket, etc.  Address:  Birnam  Brae, 
Conduit  Road,  Hongkong. 

BAKENDALE,  Arthur  Salisbury 
(KUALA  LUMPUR),  M.T.E.E. ;  Fede- 
rated Malay  States  Civil  Service ; 
b.  Jan.  11,  1866;  m.  Violet,  o.d. 
Colonel  Tillotson  of  Beckbury  Hall, 
Shropshire.  Educ. :  Leamington 
Coll.,  Sch.  of  Elec.  Eng.,  London. 
Sent  as  Spec.  Civil  Commissioner 
in  1900  and  1902  to  the  Cocos-Kee- 
ling  Islands  ;  called  as  witness 
before  Cables  Communication  Com- 
mission 1901  and  originally  sug- 


gested the  two  principal  recom- 
mendations of  Committee,  i.e. 
connection  of  Ceylon  with  Cocos- 
Keeling  Is.  by  cable,  and  between 
Burma  and  Penang  by  land  line; 
at  present  Supt.  of  Posts  and 
Telegraphs  Selangor,  Negri  Sembi- 
lan  and  Pahang.  Publications: 
"  The  Ball,"  etc.  Clubs :  Windham, 
London  ;  Sports,  London,  etc.  Ad- 
dress: Kuala  Lumpur,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

BAKER,  Edgar  Morris  (KUALA 
LUMPUR),  F.M.S.  Civil  Service;  It. 
Sept.  27, 1869.  Entered  Perak  Civil 
Service,  Jan.,  1890  ;  chief  clerk 
Treasury,  Larut,  1890  ;  Financial 
Assistant,  Krian,  1892;  accountant 
Audit  Office,  Perak,  1893  ;  acting 
assistant  Auditor,  1894 ;  2nd  assist- 
ant secretary  to  Government  1895 ; 
assistant  auditor,  1896  ;  District 
Treasurer,  Lower  Perak,  1897  ; 
acting  State  auditor,  Selangor, 
1902 ;  appointed  District  Treasurer, 
Kuala,  Lumpur  and  acting  Revenue 
Auditor,  Selangor,  Jan.  1903.  Ad- 
dress :  Kuala  Lumpur,  Selangor, 
Federated  Malay  States. 

BAKER,  Thomas  Summers  (SINGA- 
PORE), Manager  of  Hongkong  and 
Shanghai  Banking  Corporation  ;  6. 
March  19,  1858;  HI.  (1st)  1879  Mary 
Agnes,  d.  of  Alfred  Tuck  of  In- 
gatestone  Hall,  Essex,  died  1S85, 
(2nd)  Alice  d.  of  Richard  Speight  ex- 
Chairman  Victorian  Railway  Com- 
mission. Educ.:  Private  Schools. 
Is  member  of  Soc.  of  Arts,  London, 
and  Japan  Soc.  Decorations:  4th 
class  Order  Rising  Sun  ;  3rd  class 


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Order  Sacred  Treasure.  Clubs: 
Thatched  House,  Lond. ;  Yokohama 
United;  and  Singapore.  Address: 
Hongkong  and  Shanghai  Banking 
Corporation,  Singapore,  Straits 
Settlements. 

BALL,  James  Dyer  (HONGKONG), 
M.R.A.S.,  M.N.  Ch.  Br.  R.A.S. ; 
Civil  Service  ;  b.  Dec.  4,  1847.  Re- 
sident 43  years  in  China,  of  which 
30  have  been  spent  in  Govt.  service 
in  Hongkong,  mostly  in  Supreme 
Court;  has  held  office  of  Sheriff 
and  Registrar  General,  as  well  as 
other  positions ;  is  J.P.,  and  com- 
missioner appointed  to  take  oaths, 
etc. ;  member  of  Hongkong  Civil 
Service  Board  of  Examiners.  Pub- 
lications :  Author  of  a  number  of 
works  dealing  with  the  languages, 
customs,  manners,  and  religions  of 
the  Chinese,  such  as  "Things 
Chinese,"  "  The  Pith  of  the  Class- 
ics," "  The  Religious  Aspect  in 
China,"  "  Cantonese  Made  Easy '» 
series,  "  Hakka  Made  Easy,"  "  How 
to  Write  Chinese,"  etc.  Address : 
"  Fernside,"  Mount  Kellett,  Peak. 

BANISTER,  Ven.  Archdeacon  W. 
(HONGKONG),  Archdeacon  of  Hong- 
kong ;  b.  May  31,  1855;  m.  Mary 
Alice,  d.  of  T.  Grime,  Preston, 
London.  Educ. :  Privately  and 
Church  Missionary  College,  Isling- 
ton. Publications :  Commentary 
on  1st  Corinthians,  and  Catechism 
for  the  young,  in  Chinese.  Address  ; 
Church  Missionary  House,  Hong- 
kong. 

BARCLAY,  Rev.  Thomas  (FORMOSA), 
M.A.,  Glasgow,  Presbyterian  Mis- 
sionary  ;  b.  Nov.  21,  1849 ;  m.  Nov. 


8,  1892.  Educ. :  Glasgow  University, 
Glasgow  Free  Church  College,  and 
at  Leipsic.  Commenced  work  in 
Formosa  1875.  Decoration  :  5th 
class  Order  Rising  Sun.  Address: 
Tainan,  Formosa. 

JARING,  HDIL  Caryl  Digby  (SINGA- 
PORE), A.D.C.  to  Officer  Commndg.. 
Troops,  Straits  Settlements ;  b.  Jan.. 
13,  1880.  Second  Lieut.  Coldstream 
Guards  Feb.  1,  1899;  Lieut.  Cold- 
steam  Guards  May  2,  1900  ;  qualified 
as  interpreter  in  French  ;  served  in 
South  Africa  1899  to  1902  ;  action* 
from  Belmont.  Seconded  for  Service 
as  A.D.C.  to  H.E.  General  Inigo 
Jones,  Officer  Commanding  troops, 
Straits  Settlements.  Decorations: 
King's  and  Queen's  medals,  South 
Africa.  Address:  Mount  Elizabeth,. 
Singapore,  Straits  Settlements. 

BARKER,  Dr.  Alfred  J.  Glanville, 
(SARAWAK),  M.R.C.S.,  England,. 
1884;  Principal  Medical  Officer. 
Educ.  :  Univ.  Coll.  and  Hosp.  ; 
certif.  Medico-Psychol.  Assoc.,  1st 
M.B.,  Lond.  ;  late  Resident 
Clinical  Assistant  East  London 
Hospital  for  Children  ;  House- 
Surgeon,  Tiverton  Infirmary,  Cent- 
ral London  Ophthalmic  Hospital; 
Resident  Clinical  Assistant,  Beth- 
lehem Royal  Hospital ;  temporary 
Assistant  Medical  Officer,  Surrey 
County  Asylum,  Tooting;  Acting 
Colonial  Surgeon  and  Resident, 
Penang,  Straits  Settlements  1895 ; 
J.P.  and  Coroner,  Penang,  1896 
Principal  Medical  Officer  and 
Superintendent  Indian  Immigra- 
tion, Sarawak,  May,  1897.  Address  : 
Sarawak,  Borneo. 


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.BARKER  Arthur  (SINGAPORE),  Mer- 
chant ;  rn.  1902,  d.  of  H.  Abrams. 
Arrived  in  Singapore  1886  as  agent 
for  Manchester  firm  ;  general  mer- 
chant ever  since ;  has  been 
Municipal  Commissioner  for  Singa- 
pore ;  takes  great  interest  in  local 
bodies,  especially  those  connected 
with  church  affairs.  Address  : 
Strathnide,  Tanglin  Hill,  Singapore, 
Straits  Settlements. 

.BARLOW,  Frances  Collins  (HONG- 
KONG), Solicitor;  I,  Aug.  25,  1876. 
Educ. :  Royal  Shrewsbury  School. 
Solicitor  Supreme  Court  of  Judic- 
ature, England,  and  Supreme  Court, 
Hongkong.  Address  :  "  Parkside," 
Kowloon,  Hongkong. 

BARLOW,  G.  Pratt  (LOWER  REJANG), 
Resident.  Cadet,  Sarawak  Civil 
Service,  May,  1878  ;  Resident  (2nd 
class),  Srd  division,  Nov.,  1886  ; 
Resident,  Muka,  Oct.,  1893;  acting 
Resident,  Baram,  July;  1892;  acting 
Resident,  Bintulu,  Aug.,  1893;  Re- 
sident, Lower  Rejang,  Oct.,  1894. 
Address:  Lower  Rsjang,  Sarawak, 
Borneo. 

3ARNARD,  H2nry  Cuthbert  (PERAK), 
A.M.I.C.E.  ;  F.M.S.  Civil  Service  ; 
b.  April  10,  1865.  Entered  Public 
Works  Department,  Perak,  1887, 
as  assistant  Engineer  ;  assistant 
Engineer,  Larut,  1889  ;  assistant 
Engineer  construction,  Taipiug  and 
Kamunting  Railway  Extension, 
1889  ;  acting  Resident  Engineer 
.and  Traffic  Manager,  and  Resident 
Engineer  in  charge  of  Ulu  Sapetang 
Railway  Extension;  District  Rail- 
way Engineer  and  Traffic  Manager, 
.Larut,  1892 ;  District  Railway  Engi- 


neer North  Federated  Malay  States, 
1903  ;  was  appointed  Divisional 
Engineer  for  Selaugor  and  North 
Sembilan  and  Acting  Divisional 
Engineer  for  Perak  and  Prov. 
Wellesley  1903.  Address  :  Perak, 
Federated  Malay  States. 

BARNES-LAWRENCE,  Captain,  (ass : 
LAWRENCE,  BARNES-). 

BARNES,  Warren  D.  (SINGAPORE), 
B.A.  ;  Sec.  for  Chinese  Affairs, 
Straits  Settlements  and  Federated 
Malay  States  ;  b.  1865 ;  Educ.  : 
Pembroke  College,  Cambridge.  Ap- 
pointed to  Straits  Settlements 
Civil  Service  as  Cadet  by  Sec. 
of  State,  1888  ;  sent  to  Swatow 
to  study  Chinese  ;  held  various  ap- 
pointments in  Courts  and  Chinese 
Protectorates  of  Straits  and  F.M.S., 
and  in  Mines  Dept.  of  latter;  ap- 
pointed to  present  office,  1904. 
Clubs  :  United  University  ;  Sports. 
Address:  Singapore,  Straits  Settle- 
ments. 

BARNETT,  Rev.  Ernest  Judd  (HONG- 
KONG), M.A.,  Trin.  Coll.,  Melbourne 
(Scholar  and  prizeman) ;  Missionary 
of  Church  Missionary  Society ;  b. 
Sept.  18,  1859;  Headmaster  Caul- 
field  Grammar  School,  1888-96  ; 
organising  secretary  Church  Mis- 
sionary Association,  Victoria, 
1896-1902;  warden  of  St.  Stephen's 
College,  1903  to  present.  Address: 
St.  Stephen's  College,  Hongkong. 

BARRACK,  Dr.  James  William 
(SINGAPORE),  M.B.,  Ch.B.,  Edin. ; 
House  Surgeon,  General  Hosp. ;  b. 
Oct.  30,  1874.  Appointed  House 
Surgeon,  General  Hospital,  Sing- 


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up.n-e  July  1903.  Address  :  General 
Hospital,  Sepoy  Lines,  Singapore, 
Straits  Settlements. 

BARRETT,  E.  G.  (  HONGKONG),  Mer- 
chant; Sub-Mxnager,  Doclwell  and 
Co.  R  said  ant  in  Colony  over  nine 

years.  Club  :  Hongkong.  Address  : 
Queen's  Buildings,  Hongkong. 

BARRETT,  Capt.  Edward  Ivo  Med- 
hirst  (PfiaviO,  Aljutant,  Malay 
State  Guides ;  b.  June  12,  1879.  2nd 
Lieut.  Lancashire  Fusiliers  1899 ; 
Lieut.  1900  ;  service  in  South  Africa 
1893-19J2 ;  Assistant  Adjt.  Lanca- 
shire Fusiliers  1932  ;  Capt.  1903  t 
Wing  Officer,  Federated  Malay 
States  Guides,  June,  1903  ; 
Acting  Adjutant,  1934.  Decoration: 
South  African  Medal.  Address  : 
Perak,  Federated  Malay  States. 

BARRETTO,  FradericD  Damee,  (HONG- 
KONG), Merchant;  6.  Feb.  5,  1874. 
Managing  partner,  Barretto  and 
Co.  ;  appointed  vice-Consul  for 
Mexico,  Oct.  14,  1932;  elected  life 
member,  Society  for  the  Encourage- 
ment of  Arts,  Manufactures,  and 
Commerce,  March,  1904.  Address: 
No.  1  Castle  Road ;  and  22  and  24 
Bank  Buildings,  Hongkong. 

BARTLETT,  Samual  ColcDrd  (SAPPO- 
RO), Missionary  ;  b.  Sept,  21,  1835  ; 
m.  Fanny  Slater  Gordon,  July  11, 
1894,  at  Andover,  Mass.,  U.S.A. 
Editc. :  Dartmouth  Coll.  (A.B.  1887, 
A.M.  1891);  graduated  at  Andover 
Theological  Seminary  1894.  Public- 
ations :  Occasional  newspaper  and 
magazine  articles.  Address:  Kita 
8jo,  Higashi  2  chome,  Sapporo, 
Japan. 


BARTON,  Sidney  (TIENTSIN),  2nd  Class 
Assistant  H.B.M.  Consular  Service. 
Appointed  Student  Interpreter  in 
China,  Sept.  24,  1895  ;  employed  on 
Special  Service  at  Wei-hai-wei, 
from  Dec.,  1899,  till  Oct.,  1901,  acted 
there  as  Assistant  Commissioner 
interpreter  to  British  Contingent, 
China  Field  Force,  during  opera- 
tions at  Tientsin,  June  and  July, 
1900  ;  mentioned  in  despatches  ; 
Assistant  Political  Officer  during 
advance  on  Peking,  August,  1900; 
appointed  Vice-Consul,  Tientsin, 
Nov.  14,  1901  ;  Accountant  to 
Legation  at  Peking,  1901  and  1902. 
Decoration  :  China  Medal.  Ad- 
dress: Tientsin,  China. 

BASHFORD,  Dr.  James  Whitford 
(SHANGHAI),  D.D.,  LL.D.,  Minister ; 
b.  May  27,  1849,  at  Fayette,  Wiscon- 
sin, U.S.A.  ;  m.  1878,  Jane  M.,  d.  of 
Hon.  W.  W.  Field.  Editc. :  Gra- 
duated, Wisconsin  Univ.  1873  ;  A.M. 
1876;  Theol.  Sell.,  Boston  Univ. 
S.T.B.,  1876  ;  Sch.  of  Oratory  1878  ; 
Sch.  of  All  Sciences  (Ph.D.)  Boston 
University  1881.  Tutor  in  Greek, 
Wisconsin  Univ.,  1874;  Pastor,  Meth. 
Kpisc.  Churches,  Boston  ;  Auburn- 
dale,  Mass  ;  Portland,  Me  ;  Buffalo , 
N.Y.,  1875-89  ;  Pres.  of  Ohio  Wesley- 
an  Univ.,  Delaware,  Ohio,  U.S.A., 
1889-1904  ;  elected  Bishop  Methodist 
Episopal  Church  1904.  Publications : 
"  Science  of  All  Religion"  ;  Wesley- 
an  Goethe,"  etc.  Address  : 
Shanghai,  China. 

BATTENBERG,  William  Alexander 
NewtDn  (SINGAPORE),  Barrister  at 
Law  ;  b.  Aug.  28,  1871.  Editc. :  St. 
George's  Grammar  Sch.,  Hydera- 


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bad;  King's  Coll.,  London.  Called 
to  Bar,  Jan.  1893  ;  enrolled  in 
India,  Madras  Presidency  and  now 
practising  in  Straits  Settlements. 
Address :  32  Baffles  Square,  Singa- 
pore, Straits  Settlements. 

BAYLE,  Vice-Admiral  C.  J.  (SAIGON), 
Cominander-in-Chief  of  the  French 
Navy  in  the  East.  Decorations :  Com- 
mander de  la  Legion  d'Honneur  ; 
Officier  de  1'Instruction  Publique. 
Address :  Saigon,  Indo-China. 

BAYNE,  W.  G.  (SHANGHAI),  Secretary 
of  North  China  Insurance  Co.,  Ltd. 
Club:  Shanghai.  Address:  10,  The 
Bund,  Shanghai,  China. 

BEAN,  Alfred  William  (SINGAPORE), 
Merchant;  b.  Oct.  14,  18 M.  Resi- 
dent in  Singapore  since  1833;  is  a 
Member  of  Royal  Photographic 
Society1;  Member  of  Society  of  Arts. 
Club:  Blenheim,  St.  James' Square, 
London,  S.W.  A ddress:  Singapore, 
Straits  Settlements. 

BEARDSLEY,  James  Wallace  (MAM- 
LA),  Director  of  Public  Works  ; 
b.  Sept.  11,  1861;  ?».  Sept.  7,  1893, 
Ellen  J.  Pearne,  d.  of  Rev.  Thos. 
H.  Pearne,  D.D.  Educ. :  Cornell 
Univ.,  Ithaca,  N.Y.  Engaged  pro- 
fessionally on  construction  of  works 
of  Sanitary  District,  Chicago,  for 
about  7  years ;  engaged  on  inves- 
tigations and  surveys  of  deep 
waterways  from  Great  Lakes  to 
Atlantic,  for  about  2  years ;  engaged 
on  harbour  works  on  Great  Lakes 
under  Corps  of  Engineers,  U.S.A., 
atout  2  years;  appointed  Consult- 
ing Engineer  to  Philippine  Commis- 
sion, 1902;  Director  of  Public 


Works,  Philippine  Islands,  since 
Nov.  1905;  Member  of  American 
Society  Civil  Engineers,  Western 
Society  of  Engineers,  Detroit  Eng- 
ineers' Society,  etc.  Publications: 
Occasional  technical  papers.  Clubs: ; 
University,  Columbia  ;  Manila.  A  d-: 
dress :  Manila,  Philippine  Islands. 

BEATTY,  David  (PENANG),  Strait* 
Settlements  Civil  Service;  b.  Jan. 
20,  1876.  Educ. :  Trinity  Coll.,  Dub- 
lin ;  Jun.  and  Sen.  Exhibitioner ; 
1st  Honoursman  in  Classics,  Logic 
and  Natural  Science;  Prizeman  in 
History.  Appointed  cadet  in  Civil 
Service  by  Sec.  of  State,  Nov.  17* 
1898;  passed  cadet,  July  26,  1901; 
Acting  3rd  Magistrate,  Singapore, 
Nov.  9,  1901 ;  Acting  District  Officer, 
Christmas  Island,  July  1,  1903; 
seconded  for  special  duty  in 
Pahang,  Aug.  25  to  Sept.  6,  1904; 
Acting  2nd  Magistrate,  Singapore, 
May  1,  1904;  2nd  Assistant 
Protector  of  Chinese,  Singapore, 
June  16,  1904 ;  on  return  from  leave, 
Dec.  29,  1905,  appointed  Acting 
Sheriff,  Deputy  Registrar,  and 
Assistant  Official  Assignee,  Penang. 
Address:  Supreme  Court,  Penang, 
Straits  Settlements. 

BEAU,  Paul  (HANOI),  Governor-General 
of  Indo-China;  Presdt.  Conseil 
Superieur  de  1'Indo-Chine,  and 
Conseil  de  Defense  de  I'lndo-Chine. 
Decoration:  Officer  de  la  Legion 
d'  Honneur.  Address:  Hanoi,  Ton- 
kin, Indo-China. 

BEAVIS,  Charles  Edward  Hartnell 

(HONGKONG),  Solicitor;  b.  Dec.  29, 
1872.  Educ.:  Christ's  Hospital. 


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London,  and  Oxford  University. 
Clvb:  Hongkong.  Address:  9, 
Queen's  Road  Central,  Hongkong. 

BECK,  J.  M.  (SHANGHAI),  Acting 
Superintendent,  Eastern  Extension 
Telegraph  Co.  Clubs:  Hongkong; 
Shanghai.  Address:  Shanghai, 
China. 

BECKETT,  Walter  Ralph  Durie 
(BANGKOK),  F.R.G.S. ;  H.B.M.  Con- 
sul ;  b.  Aug.  24,  1864  at  Agra,  North 
Western  Provinces,  India,  s.  of 
Colonel  \V.  H.  Beckett.  Educ.: 
Tonbridge  School.  Appointed  Stu- 
dent Interpreter  in  Siam,  Feb.  16, 
1886 ;  1st  Assistant,  Dec.  18,  1891 ; 
Vice-Consul,  Bangkok,  Feb.  8,  1893 ; 
Acting  Consul,  Bangkok,  1894,  1895 
and  189G  ;  was  in  charge  of  Legation 
in  July,  1896;  Acting  Consul  at 
Chiengmai,  1896  and  1897  ;  promoted 
Consul  for  Consular  District  of 
Chiengmai,  including  Lakon, 
Lampoonchi,  Muang-Nan,  Mining- 
Thon,  Phre,  Raheng,  Sawankalote, 
Sokotai,  Tern,  Utaradit,  and  Picha, 
1897;  transfeired  to  Bangkok,  Aug. 
13,  19C3;  given  local  rank  of  1st 
Secretary  in  Diplomatic  Service 
Aug.  13,  19C4;  acted  as  Charge 
D'Affaires  at  Bangkok  in  1904. 
Recreations:  Cricket,  polo,  tennis, 
golf,  etc.  Clubs :  Oiiental ;  Sports  ; 
Chiengmai  Gymkhana  and  Royal 
Bangkok  Sports.  Address  :  H.B.M. 
Legation,  Bangkok,  Siam. 

BELFIELD,  Frederick  (KUALA  LIPIS), 
M.A.,  Oxon.,  F.M.S.  Civil  Service  ; 
I).  June  3,  1863.  Barrister  at  Law, 
Middle  Temple;  entered  F.M.S. 
Civil  Service,  1889 ;  acting  Treasurer, 
Pahang,  1891 ;  Collector  and  Magis- 


trate, Pekan,  and  Registrar  of 
Mines,  Pahang,  1893 ;  Magistrate, 
Kuala  Lumpur,  1896;  acting  Collec- 
tor of  Land  Revenue  and  Registrar 
of  Titles,  Kuala  Lumpur,  18C6 ;  Col- 
lector of  Land  Revenue,  Kinta, 
1899  ;  occupied  other  positions  until 
1903,  when  was  appointed  acting 
Legal  Adviser,  F.M.S.  and  District 
Officer,  Kuala  Lipis.  Address : 
Kuala  Lipis,  Pahang,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

BELFIELD,  Henry  Ccnway  (SKLAN- 
GOR),  British  Resident ;  b.  Nov.  29, 
1855.  Educ.:  Rugby  School;  Oriel 
College,  Oxford.  Appointed  to  Se- 
langor  Civil  Service,  1884;  Chief 
Magistrate  and  Commissioner  of 
Lands,  Selangor,  1888;  Senior  Magis- 
trate, Perak,  1891 ;  Commissioner 
of  Lands,  Federated  Malay  States, 
1896 ;  Chief  Examiner  in  Malay  for 
the  Federated  Malay  States,  1896; 
Biitish  Resident,  Negii  f-tmbilan, 
1901;  Biitish  Resident,  Selangor, 
1902;  Special  Mission  to  Boineo  to 
effect  settlement  between  H.  H. 
the  Rajah  of  Sarawak  and  Chiefs 
of  Lawas  Territory,  1905.  Publica- 
tion: Handbook  of  the  Federated 
Malay  States.  Clubs :  Junior  Carl- 
ton  ;  Ranelagh;  Automobile  of 
Great  Biitain  crd  Ireland.  Ad- 
dress: The  Residency,  Kuala  Lum- 
pur, Selangor,  Federated  Malay 
States. 

BELL,  Dr.  John  (HONGKONG),  M.R.C.S., 
Eng. ;  L.R.C.P.,  D.P.H.,  Loud. 
Superintendent  Government  Civil 
Hospital ;  b.  Nov.  10,  1859.  Acting 
Superintendent,  Government  Civil 
Hospital,  1896;  acting  Principal 


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Civil  Medical  Officer  ami  President 
of  Sanitary  Board,  1900.  Ap- 
pointed to  present  position,  1903. 
Club:  Hongkong.  Address:  Civil 
Hospital,  Hongkong. 

BELL,  W.  G.  (SINGAPORE),  M.A.,  Glas- 
gow ;  Acting  Post  Master  General. 
Cadet,  Straits  Settlements,  Oct., 
1897;  passed  final  examination  in 
Chinese,  May,  1900;  Supt.  Money 
Order  Branch  and  Government 
Sav.  Banks,  Singapore,  July,  1901 ; 
2nd  Assistant  Prot.  of  Chinese, 
Penan g,  May,  1902 ;  acting  assistant 
Post  Master  General,  Penang,  May, 
1902  ;  acting  Post  Master  General, 
Straits  Settlements, Oct.  1903.  Clubs: 
Singapore.  Address:  Singapore, 
Straits  Settlements. 

BENBOW,  Major  John  Edward 
(SINGAPORE),  Army  Paymaster ; 
b.  Aug.  16,  1858.  2nd  Lieut.,  1st 
(King's) Dragoon  Guards,  Jan.,  1881 ; 
Lieut.,  July,  1881 ;  Capt,,  Jan.,  1888; 
Major,  June,  1894;  employed  with 
Army  Pay  Dept. ;  since  May,  1894 
Army  Paymaster,  Straits  Settle- 
ments. War  Service:  Operations 
in  Sierra  Leone,  1898-99.  Address: 
Pearl's  Hill,  Singapore,  Straits 
Settlements. 

BENHAM-BROWN,  Rev.  Henry  John 
(PEKING),  Clergyman ;  6.  May  14, 
1864;  MI.  Nov.  27,  1899.  Educ :  St. 
Paul's  Miss.  Coll.,  Lincolnshire. 
Ordained  Priest,  1889;  arrived  in 
China,  April,  1887  ;  S.P.G.  Mission- 
ary atTai-An-Fu,  Shantung,  1887-93 ; 
Chaplain  to  Eng.  residents  at 
Chef oo  1893-96 ;  Tai-An-Fu  1897-1900 ; 
escaped  during  Boxer  outbreak 
and  took  refuge  in  Corea;  appoint- 


ed chaplain  at  Wei-Hai-Wei,  1901 ; 
tansf erred  to  Tientsin,  1903  ;  in  Eng . 
on  furlough,  1904;  appointed  Priest 
in  charge  of  S.P.G.  work  at  Peking, 
1905.  Publications:  Several  small 
treatises  in  Chinese.  Address: 
Church  of  England  Mission,  Pe- 
king, North  China. 

BENNETT,  Edward  Leigh  (PEKAN), 
F.M.S.  Civil  Service ;  b.  Feb.  25, 
1874.  Appointed  to  Public  Works 
Department,  Perak,  19'32 ;  Assistant 
Engineer,  Pahang,  1904.  Address  : 
Pekan,  Pahang,  Federated  Malay 
States. 

BENNETT,  Ernest  Fredk.  (ICHANG), 
H.B.M.  Consul.  Appointed  Student 
Interpreter  in  China,  April  7,  1834  ; 
acting  Consul  at  Chinkiang,  1892; 
at  Swatow,  1892  and  1893;  at 
Kiungchow,  1894  and  1895 ;  at  Wuhu, 
1SC6  ;  promoted  1st  Class  Assistant, 
Sept.  27,  1897 ;  acting  Consul  at 
Ningpo,  1899  and  1900;  promoted 
Consul  at  Ssumao,  Feb.  24,  1900; 
transferred  to  Ichang,  April  5,  1892. 
Address:  H.B.M.  Consulate,  Ichang, 
China. 

BEKT,  Herbert  (CANTON),  Partner  in 
Firm  of  T.  E.  Griffith,  Raw  Silk 
Merchants,  b.  Jan.  13,  1863,  2nd  s. 
of  Baldwin  H.  Bent,  J.P.,  of  Good- 
worth  House,  Andover,  Hants. ;  m. 
May  24,  1900,  May,  2nd  d.  of  late 
C.  D.  Moss,  of  Yokohama.  Educ. : 
Marlborough  College.  Clubs :  Can- 
ton ;  Hongkong;  Yokohama  United; 
Grosvenor  (Lond.)  Address:  Sha- 
mien,  Canton,  China. 

BERINDOAGUE,  Louis  (HONGKONG), 
Manager  Banque  de  1'Indo-Chine  ,; 


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b.  July  SO,  1862.  Educ.  :  in  Paris. 
^Clubs:  Hongkong  and  Jockey. 
Address:  8  Kennedy  Road,  Hong- 
kong. 

BERKELEY,  Sir  Henry  Spencer 
(HONGKONG),  Kt. ;  Attorney  Gener- 
al; b.  Sept.  6,  1851;  m.  Katherine, 
,d.  of  S.  S.  Cassiu,  Antigua,  West 
Indies.  Called  to  the  Bar,  Inner 
"remple,  1873;  Attorney  General, 
Leeward  Islands,  1877 ;  Solicitor 
•General,  1878;  Acting  Colonial 
Secretary,  1883 ;  Attorney  General, 
Fiji,  1885-89 ;  Chief  Justice,  1889-1902; 
also  acted  as  Administrator; 
arrived  Hongkong,  June,  1902; 
Attorney  General,  1902  to  date; 
acted  as  Chief  Justice  on  two 
occasions ;  Chairman  of  the  Hong- 
kong Volunteer  Reserve  Associa- 
tion. Clubs:  Junior  Carlton,  Lon- 
don; Hongkong.  Address:  Peak, 
Hongkong. 

BERKELEY,  Hubert  (TAIPING),  Dis- 
trict Officer,  b.  June  25,  1864.  Mid- 
shipman, R.N.R.,  1881;  to  Perak, 
1884;  police,  1886;  Superintendent 
of  Penghulus,  1889;  acting  Collec- 
tor and  Magistrate,  Upper  Perak, 
1891;  assistant  Magistrate,  Gopeng, 
1894;  acting  District  Magistrate, 
Kuala  Kangsar,  1896;  District 
Magistrate,  Upper  Perak,  1889; 
District  Officer,  Klang,  1893;  Dis- 
trict Officer,  Upper  Perak,  19C6. 
Address :  Taiping,  Perak,  Federated 
Malay  States. 


BERNARD,     Basil    Henry    Francis 

(PERAK),  F.M.S.  Civil  Service;  b. 
Jan.  13,  1874.  Appointed  to  Civil 
Service,  1896;  held  vaiious  positions 
in  Selangor  and  Perak  until  ap- 


pointed Acting  Deputy  Conservator, 
Perak,  1903.  Address:  Perak,  Fe- 
derated Malay  States. 

BERNER,  Iwan  (SHANGHAI),  A.I.E.E. ; 
General  Manager  of  Great  Northern 
Telegraph  Co.;  b.  Nov.  2,  1850  at 
Copenhagen ;  m.  Feb.  23,  1876. 
Educ. :  University  of  Copenhagen  ; 
Matriculated  as  "  Candidatus  Phi- 
losophiae  "  ;  after  studying  English 
Language  and  Literature  at  Univ. 
of  Copenhagen  for  5  years  entered 
service  of  Great  Northern  Telegraph 
Co.,  1875  ;  Telegraph  Operator  and 
Electrician,  Newcastle  and  Aber- 
deen, 1875-76  ;  Assistant,  London 
Office,  1876-83 ;  Superintendent 
Hongkong,  1882-85 ;  Acting  General 
Manager,  Shanghai,  1885-86;  Sec- 
retary, Copenhagen,  1887-97 ;  acting- 
General  Manager,  Shanghai,  1897-98; 
Secretary,  Copenhagen,  1898-1900; 
General  Manager,  Shanghai,  since 
1900.  Publications:  Translations 
of  English  Literature  into  Danish 
(Dickens,  Bulwer  Lytton,  etc.). 
Decorations :  Knight  of  Dannebrog ; 
Officer  of  Rising  Sun ;  Tvnight  of 
St.  Anna..  Clubs  :  Shanghai ;  Race, 
Shanghai.  Address:  Shanghai, 
China. 

BERRINGTON,  Arthur  Tewdyr 
Davies  (TAIPIXG),  B.A. ;  Judicial 
Commissioner;  b.  Sept.  7,  1854, 
e.  s.  of  Arthur  Davies  Berrington, 
J.P.,  D.L.,  of  Panty-Goitre,  Aber- 
gavenny ;  m.  1900,  Beatrice,  d.  of 
Rev.  J.  Rathborne,  Rector  of  West 
Tytherley,  Hants.  Educ:  Clifton 
College  and  Christ  Church,  Oxford ; 
B.A.,  1878;  called  Inner  Temple, 
1879;  Oxford  Circuit;  J.P.  and  D.L. 

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for  Monmouthshire ;  Private  Sec- 
retary to  Sir  H.  Bulwer,  in  Cyprus, 
Oct.,  1888,  and  to  Sir  Frederick 
Dicksou  in  the  Straits  Settlements, 
May,  1890  ;  Chief  Magistrate, 
Selangor,  1891 ;  Senior  Magistrate, 
Perak,  July  1896  ;  Commissioner  for 
Lands  and  Mines,  F.M.S.,1901;  Legal 
Adviser,  Federated  Malay  States, 
Nov.,  1902;  Senior  Judicial  Com- 
missioner, F.M.S.,  1905-6.  Recrea- 
tions: Golf,  Shooting,  Auto- 
mobilism.  Clubs  :  Union  ;  Auto- 
mobile, London.  Address:  Taiping, 
Perak,  Federated  Malay  States. 

BERRY,  Prof.  Arthur  Daniel  (TOKYO), 
A.B.,  B.D. ;  Missionary ;  b.  Aug.  7, 
1872,  at  Mexico,  N.Y.,  U.S.A. 
Educ. :  Syracuse  University ;  Drew 
Theological  Seminary.  Pastor, 
Methodist  Episcopalian  Church, 
Maplewood,  New  Jersey,  U.S.A., 
1899-1902;  arrived  in  Japan,  1902; 
was  stationed  at  Fukuoka,  1902; 
Moji,  1903-5 ;  Tokyo,  1905 ;  Professor 
in  Theological  School,  Aoyama 
Gakuin,  1906.  Address:  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

BERTHEL,  Carl  (SHANGHAI),  Phar- 
macist; 6.  Aug.  17,  1879.  Educ.: 
Vienna.  Since  1901  has  been  in 
business  in  Shanghai ;  established 
own  business,  1903 ;  on  Nov.  12, 1905, 
witnessed  riots  in  Vladivostock. 
Recreations :  Swimming  and  Cycling 
(120  prize  medals  won  on  Continent). 
Clubs:  Hon.  member  bicycle  club 
Flotte  Fahrer,  Vienna;  German 
Club  Concordia,  Shanghai.  Ad- 
dress: 7,  Honam  Road,  and  13A, 
Avenue  Road,  Shanghai,  China. 


BICKNI LL,  William  Alfred  (PENAM;), 
Straits  Settlements  Civil  Service ; 
b.  Aug.  29,  1859.  Appointed  Chief 
Clerk  in  Colonial  Secretary's  Office 
1885 ;  Auditor  and  Official  Assignee, 
Penang,  since  1888.  A  ddreas :  Audit 
Office,  Penang,  Straits  Settlements. 

BILLINGS,  George  Michael  (SHANG- 
HAI), B.A. ;  Vice-Principal  Shanghai 
Public  School ;  b.  Feb.  15,  1878  ;  MI. 
July  5,  19C5,  Nellie  Rosa,  d.  of 
Capt.  J.  A.  Scott,  Nova  Scotia. 
Educ.  :  Wyggeston  and  Queen 
Elizabeth's  Grammar  School, 
Leicester,  1886-96;  Jesus  College, 
Oxford.  Entered  Oxford  ifniversity 
1896  as  Shute  Science  Scholar ;  in 
1899  was  awarded  Principal's. 
Exhibition  at  Jesus  College  ;  3rd 
class  final  honours,  School  of 
Natural  Science  (Chem.  Phys.)  1900; 
assistant  Master  at  Raffle's  In- 
stitution, Singapore,  1901  ;  Vice- 
Principal,  Shanghai  Public  School,. 
1903.  Club  :  Shanghai.  Addresa  : 
Public  School,  Shanghai,  China. 

BIRBECK,  R.  J.  (HONGKONG),  B.A... 
Cantab ;  Master,  Queen's  College,. 
fc.il875.  Arrived  in  Colony,  Sept.  20r 
1903.  Club:  Hongkong.  Address.: 
Queen's  College,  Hongkong. 

BIRCH,  Ernest  Wcodford,  (PERAK), 
C.M.G.,  1900;  British  Resident  \b. 
April  29,  1857,  e.  s.  of  J.  W.  W. 
Birch,  Colonial  Secretary  of  the- 
Straits  Settlements  and  British 
Resident  of  Perak,  who  was  assas- 
sinated by  the  Malays  in  November,. 
1875;  in.  1882,  Margaret,  d.  of 
Laurence  Niveii.  Educ. :  Elstree- 
School ;  Harrow.  Served  in  Colonial 


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Office,  1876-78  ;  cadet  in  the  Service 
of  the  Straits  Settlements,  1878; 
served  in  various  capacities  in 
Singapore  and  Malacca  till  1892; 
has  previously  acted  as  British 
Resident  of  Perak  and  Selangor ; 
British  Resident  of  the  Negri 
Sembilan,  1897-1900  ;  employed  on  a 
special  mission  in  H.M.S.  "  Espoir  " 
to  the  Cocos,  Keeling  Islands, 
1885  ;  Governor  and  Commander-in- 
Chief,  Labuan,  B.  North  Borneo, 
1900-4 ;  present  post,  Feb.  10,  1904. 
Recreations :  Most  field  sports. 
Clubs:  Sports;  Windham  ;  M.C.C., 
London.  Address:  Taiping,  Perak, 
Federated  Malay  States. 

BIRCH,  James  Kortright  (PEXANG), 
Resident  Councillor.  Cadet,  Straits 
Settlements  Civil  Service,  1872; 
passed  final  examination  in  Malay, 
Dec.,  1873;  Collector  of  Land 
Revenue,  Penang  and  Province 
Wellesley,  and  Settlements  Officer, 
Trans  Krian,  Sept.,  1877;  Collector 
of  Land  Revenue,  Singapore,  June, 
1880 ;  acting  Police  Magistrate  and 
Commissioner  of  Court  of  Requests, 
Province  Wellesley,  May,  1882 ; 
Senior  District  Officer,  Province 
Wellesley,  1888;  first  Magistrate 
and  Commissioner,  Court  of  Re- 
quests and  Superintendent  of 
Prisons,  Penang,  June,  1890  ;  acting 
'Treasurer,  Straits  Settlements, 
Feb.,  1894;  first  Magistrate,  Singa- 
pore, April,  1895,  but  continued  to 
sict  as  Treasurer ;  Treasurer,  April, 
1897;  acting  Resident  Councillor, 
Penang,  May,  1897  to  August,  1898  ; 
and  from  April,  1901;  Resident 
*,'ouncillor,  Malacca,  1898  ;  was  ap- 


pointed acting  Resident  Councillor, 
Penang,  Oct.,  1903,  and  appoint- 
ment was  confirmed  July,  1904.  Ad- 
dress :  Penang,  Straits  Settlements. 

BIRD,  R.  E.  0.  (HONGKONG),  M.A., 
Oxon ;  Senior  Assistant  Master, 
Queen's  College;  b,  1869.  Head 
Master,  Armenian  College,  Cal- 
cutta ;  Assistant  Master,  King's 
College,  Bangkok;  arrived  Hong- 
kong, 1902,  as  assistant  master; 
promoted  April,  1906.  Chtbs :  Hong- 
kong ;  Oxford  Union.  Address : 
Queen's  College,  Hongkong. 

BISHOP,  James  E.  (JELEBU),  F.M.S. 
Civil  Service  ;  b.  Dec.  18,  1875. 
Entered  Service  as  cadet,  Pahang, 
Oct.,  1898  ;  acting  assistant  District 
Officer,  Pekan,  Aug.  18, 1900 ;  acting 
assistant  District  Officer,  Lipis, 
Sept.,  1901  ;  assistant  District 
Officer,  Lipis,  Mar.,  1902;  acting 
assistant  District  Officer,  Raub, 
Jan.,  1903 ;  acting  District  Officer, 
Raub,  June,  1904;  acting  District 
Officer,  Jelebu,  1904.  Address : 
Jelebu,  Negri  Sembilan,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

BLACK,  John  Stewart  (BANGKOK), 
F.R.G.S.  ;  Judicial  Adviser  to 
Siamese  Government ;  b.  1865,  2nd. 
s.  of  William  Black,  of  Rothsay, 
N.B. ;  m.  1898,  Edith  Mary  Gwendo- 
line, d.  of  Rev.  Augustus  Moore, 
M.A.,  St.  John  Baptist  Vicarage, 
Spalding.  Educ.  :  Linlithgow 
Burgh  School,  N.B.  ;  St.  Andrew's 
University.  Barrister-at-law,  Mid- 
dle Temple.  Entered  H.  M.  Con- 
sulate Service  in  Siam  as  student 
interpreter,  1888  ;  assistant,  1893 ; 


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first  assistant,  1896 ;  Vice-Consul, 
Bangkok,  1897  ;  has  been  acting 
Consul  and  Judge  of  Consular 
Court,  Bangkok  ;  resigned  Consular 
Service,  1902 ;  has  been  Judicial 
Adviser  to  Siamese  Government 
since  1902  to  date.  Publications  : 
Papers  in  proceedings  of  B.G.S., 
and  official  reports  on  Siam,  et<?. 
Club  :  Junior  Constitutional,  Lon- 
don; British,  Bangkok.  Address  : 
Ministry  of  Justice,  Bangkok, 
Siam. 

BLACKS  HAW,  Walter  (KUALAKAXG- 
SAR),  A.M.I.C.E.  ;  F.M.S.  Civil 
Service  ;  b.  May  27,  1870.  Entered 
Public  Works  Department,  Perak, 
as  Assistant  Engineer,  1901  ;  ap- 
pointed acting  Executive  Engineer 
at  Kuala  Kangsar,  1903,  and  subse- 
quently Assistant  Engineer.  Ad- 
dress :  Kuala  Kangsar,  Perak, 
Federated  Malay  States. 

BLAIKIE,  Rev.  Garden  (CHAOCHOW- 
FU),  M.A.,  Cantab.  ;  Presbyterian 
Minister;  b.  Oct.  7,  1875;  in.  Tina 
McCulloch  Alexander,  M.B.,  Ch.B. 
(Edin.)  Educ. :  Dulvvich  College, 
Gonville,  and  Caius  College,  Cam- 
bridge, and  Westminster  (Theo- 
logical) College,  Cambridge ;  was 
classical  Scholar,  Gonville  and 
Caius  College,  1894-8;  1st  class 
honours  classical  tripos  pt.  1, 
1896 ;  2nd  class  honours,  classical 
tripos  pt.  2,  1898;  B.A.,  1898;  M.A., 
1901.  Ordained  1901.  Club:  Cam- 
bridge University  Union.  Address  : 
English  Presbyterian  Mission, 
Chaochowfu,  Swatow,  China. 

BLAND,  Robert  Norman  (MALACCA), 
B.A. ;  Resident  Councillor ;  b.  Oct. 


8,  1859.  Educ.  :  St.  Paul's  School ; 
Cheltenham  College;  Trinity  Col- 
lege, Dublin.  Cadet,  Straits  Settle- 
ments, Oct.,  1882  ;  passed  in  Malayr 
May,  1884;  Collectorand  Magistrate, 
Sri  Menanti,  June,  1886;  District 
Officer,  Southern  District,  Province 
of  Wellesley,  1888;  Collector  of 
Land  Revenue,  Penang,  1889 ;  ditto, 
Singapore,  1890 ;  Officer  in  charge, 
Sunjei  Ujong,  Dec.,  1894 ;  ditto, 
Negri  Sembilan,  Jan.  to  April,  1895  ; 
acting  Official  Assignee  of  Deeds, 
Singapore,  June,  1896  ;  Inspector  of 
Prisons,  Straits  Settlements,  Mar., 
1897 ;  senior  District  Officer,  Pro- 
vince Wellesley,  April,  1897 ;  act- 
ing Resident  Councillor,  Malacca, 
April  to  Sept.,  1900-1903  ;  Captain  in 
Singapore  Volunteer  corps,  1902. 
Clubs  :  Sports  ;  Colonial  Institute. 
Address  :  Malacca,  Straits  Settle- 
ments ;  Whiteabbey,  Co.  Antrim, 
Ireland. 

BLAND,  John  Otway  Percy  (SHANG- 
HAI), Representative  of  British  and 
Chinese  Corporation  in  China,  and 
Times  Correspondent;  b.  1862,  m. 
1889.  Educ  :  Schools  abroad  and 
Trinity  College,  Dublin.  Served 
in  Chinese  Imperial  Maritime  Cus- 
toms, 1883-1896 ;  Secretary  of  Muni- 
cipal Council,  Shanghai,  1896-1906  ; 
Publications  :  "  Lays  of  Far 
Cathay,  "  "  Lays  and  Relays,  "" 
"  Verse  and  Worse,"  etc.  Decora- 
tions :  Chinese  Civil  Rank  (5th. 
class).  Club*:  Thatched  House, 
Lond.  Add  rent:  Shanghai,  China. 

BLOCK HUYS,  Prof.  Edward  Joseph: 
(TOKYO),  Licencie  en  sciences 
commercials,  Professor  in  the 


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Tokyo  Higher  Commercial  College  ; 
I.  Dec.  1862  in  Belgium  ;  m.  Minnie, 
(L  of  late  Captain  Ahvorth  Gordon 
Bruce,  B.I.S.  Educ.  :  Royal 
Atheneum  and  Higher  Commercial 
Institute,  Antweip,  Belgium. 
Publications :  "Lectures  on  Com- 
mercial Geography,"  1900,  and 
various  magazine  articles.  Decora- 
tions ':  Sacred  Treasure,  4th  class; 
Rising  Sun,  5th  class.  Club : 
Tokyo.  Address:  15  Omote  San- 
chome,  Akasaka,  Tokyo,  Japan. 

BLUKT,  Edward  Thomas  Joseph 
(SHANGHAI),  F.F.A.,  A.I. A.,  F.S.S.  ; 
Actuary,  and  Secretary  Standard 
Life  Assurance  Co. ;  b.  June  28, 
1868;  }«.,  April,  1899,  Fanny 
Macdonell  Stott,  y.d.  of  Captain 
Gibson  Stott,  late  of  92nd.  Goidon 
Highlanders.  Educ.  :  Stonyhurst. 
Actuary  authorised  by  H.M.  Trea- 
sury to  certify  Annuity  Tables ; 
Secretary  of  the  Far  Eastein 
Branch,  f"t;i:dard  Life  Assurance 
Co.,  since  1900.  Address:  2,  French 
Bund,  Shanghai,  China. 

PLUKT,     Major     Charles     Jasper 

(SINGAPORE),  Chief  Ordnance  Of- 
ficer, Aimy  Ordnance  Department" 
6.  April  26,  1866,  at  King  William's 
Town,  South  Africa;  e.s.  of  Colonel 
F.  C.  Blunt,  late  Aimy  Service 
Coips,  of  Ryde,  I.W.,  and  g.s.  of 
S;unuel  Jasper  Blunt,  of  the 
Colonial  Office  :  widower.  Educ.  : 
Dr.  ThompKorus  School,  Jersey; 
Royal  Military  Academy,  Wool- 
Mich.  Entered  Royal  Artillery 
1885;  served  in  India  1885-95; 
captain  1896 ;  Major  1904 ;  Ordnance 
Officer,  3rd  class  1904;  transferred 


to  Army  Ordnance  Department 
1905;-  officer  in  charge  of  Danger 
Buildings  Royal  Arsenal  Woolwich, 
1898-1901 ;  served  throughout  Chitral 
campaign,  1895;  with  relief  force 
under  Sir  Robert  Low;  Chief 
Ordnance  Officer,  Guernsey,  1901-4. 
Publications:  "Chitral,  Mohmand, 
and  Tirah  Campaigns"  for  "Times 
Encyclopaedia  Britannica."  Recrea- 
tions :  Outdoor  games;  photo- 
graphy. Decorations :  Chitral 
medal  with  clasp.  Clubs:  Sport, 
London.  Address:  Pearl's  Hill, 
Singapore,  Straits  Settlements. 

EOISRAGON,  Capt.  A.  M.  (SHANGHAI), 

Superintendent  of  Police.  Address  : 
Central  Police  Station,  Shanghai, 
China. 

BOLLES,  Jchn  Walker  (HONGKONG), 
Attorney  and  Manager  in  South 
China,  Iiido-China,  Annam,  etc., 
for  the  Standard  Oil  Co.  ;  b.  1855  in 
Brunswick  County,  Wilmington, 
North  Carolina,  U.S.A.  Anived 
in  Hongkong,  1895.  Club:  Hoi  g- 
kong.  Address:  Robinson  Road, 
Hongkong. 

BOLDERO,  Capt  A.  H.  (SINGAPORE), 
Harbour  Master.  Retired  Royal 
Navy ;  Deputy  Master  Attendant^ 
Marine  Depaitment,  Singapore, 
May,  1896 ;  acting  Master  Attend- 
ant, Straits  Settlements,  Dec.  to 
July,  1897;  Feb.  to  Dec.,  1901,  and 
from  Aug.,  1902  ;  Master  Attendant, 
Stiaits  Settlements,  Dec.,  1902. 
Address  :  Singe  pore,  Straits  Settle- 
ments. 

BONAR,  Henry  Alfred  Constant 
(KOBE),  H.B.M.  Consul;  b.  June, 


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1831;  2nd  s.    of  Henry    Bonar,    of 
Paris.    Educ.:  Private  tutor.     Ap- 
pointed    Student     Interpreter    in 
Japan,     March     30,     1883;     acting 
Consul  at  Nagasaki,  1832  and  1883  ; 
at  Hiogo,  1885 ;  1st  class  Assistant, 
1885 ;  assistant  Japanese  Secretary, 
Tokyo,  Sept.  20, 1839 ;  acting  Consul 
at  Hakodate,    frjm  June,   1838,   to 
Sept.,  1839;    reverted    to    rank     of 
1st  Assistant,   April,    1891;    acting 
Consul  at    Hioga,    1891    and    1892; 
called  to  Bar  at  Middle  Temple , 
June  6,  1891 ;  acting  Registrar  to 
Court  for  Japan,  from  O^t.,    1895, 
to  M.xrch,  1896;   promoted  Consul 
at  Hakodate  and  Niigata,  Feb.    4, 
1896;   transferred  to  Tainan    (For- 
mosa), August  21,  1895;  to  Tamsui, 
Dec.    28,  1893;    to    Yokohama,    as 
Consul    for    Consular    District    of 
Kanagawa  and  City  of  Tokyo,    and 
also  appointed  assistant  Judge   of 
H.  M.  Court  for  Japan,  August  4, 
1898 ;  acting  Judge,  Yokohama,  Feb. 
to  May,  1900;  employed  on  special 
service  in  connection  with  prepara- 
tion of  the  case  and  counter  case 
of  British,    French,    and     German 
Governments  in  Japan    Perpetual 
Leases    Arbitration  before    Hague 
Tribunal  from  Oct.,  1902,  until  Jan., 
1904;   prepared  case    of  the   three 
Foreign    Governments    at   Tokyo, 
and    proceeded    to     Europe     and 
attended      meeting       of      British, 
French,    and  German   representa- 
tives for  revision  of  case,  held  in 
Paris  in  Aug.  andfSept.,  1903,  being 
further    employed    in    connection 
with    preparation    of    the  counter 
case  until  Jan.  15,  1894 ;  transferred 
to  Kobe,   May  21,    1903.     Publica- 


tions :  Articles  in  Asiatic  Societies 
Publications.  Club:  St.  James'. 
Address:  H.B.M.  Consulate,  Kobe, 
Japan. 

BONDFIELD,  Rev.  George  Hanry 
(SHANGHAI),  Agent  British  and 
Foreign  Bible  Society  ;  b.  June  24, 
1855;  m.  Nov.  13,  1885.  Ednc. : 
Spring  Hill  College,  Birmingham  ; 
Mansfield  College,  Oxon.  Was  Lon- 
don Mission  Society's  Missionary 
at  Amoy,  1883-87  ;  at  Hongkong  (also 
pastor  of  Union  Church),  1887-94  ; 
appointed  agent  for  China  of 
British  and  Foreign  Bible  Society, 
1895.  Address :  British  and  Foreign 
Bible  Society  Offices,  Shanghai, 
China, 

BONE,  Kev.  C.  (HONGKONG),  Wesleyan 
Minister;  b.  Feb.  1,  1853.  After 
preparation  for  the  Ministry, 
was  sent  to  China,  South,  by 
the  Conference  in  1880 ;  reached 
Hongkong,  Dec.  14 ;  gave  16  years 
to  Mission  work,  in  the  Canton 
Province  mostly  in  vernacular 
preaching ;  spent  seven  years  in 
Hongkong  as  Chaplain  to  Wesley- 
ans  in  the  Army,  a»d  Chaplain  to 
Wesleyans  and  Presbyterians  in 
the  Navy  ;  was  responsible  for  the 
building  and  furnishing  of  the 
.  Sailors  and  Soldiers'  Home  at 
Arsenal  Street,  opened  in  Feb., 
1901.  Publications :  Has  written  a 
Commentary  on  Revelations  in 
Chinese  in  2  volumes.  Address:  2 
Morrison  Hill,  Hongkong. 

BONNAR,  John  Wnyta  Cooper  (HONG- 
KONG), Merchant ;  assistant  Messrs. 
Gibb,  Livingston  and  Co. ;  b.  1871 ; 
m.  1905.  Club :  Hongkong.  Address: 
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BONNETIAN,  Emile  Louis  Victor 
(SAIGON),  Chief  of  Secretarial 
Burer.u  ;  Resident ;  Administrator 
2nd  class  ;  b.  May  29,  1860.  Joined 
Ind>China  Civil  Service,  May  21, 
1886  ;  Administrator,  4th  class,  Jan. 
1,  1891  •;  Administrator,  3rd  class, 
Jan.  1,  1895;  Administrator,  2nd 
class,  Jan.  1, 1904.  Address :  Saigon, 
Cochin-China. 

BOOTH,  Robert  Henry-Gore  (SHANG- 
HAI), Broker ;  b.  Dec.  16,  1838  ;  2nd 
heir  to  Baronetcy,  Gore-Booth, 
Ireland,  cr.  1760.  Edue. :  Private 
tutor,  and  at  various  schools. 
Saw  active  service  as  Cavalry 
Volunteer  during  Taiping  Rebellion, 
1862.  Clubs  :  Shanghai  ;  Race  ; 
C  ountry.  Address  :  Shanghai  Club, 
Shanghai,  China. 

BOOTH,  William  Claude  (CHEFOO), 
Principal  of  Temple  Hill  English 
School ;  b.  Jan.  4,  1878  ;  in.  Nov.  30, 
1935.  Educ.  :  Northwestern  Univer- 
sity, Evanston,  Illinois,  U.S.A.  Ad- 
dress: Chefoo,  North  China. 

BOS,  Antoine  (CAN-THO),  Resident; 
Administrator,  1st  class ;  &.  June 
26,  1855.  Joined  Indo-China  Civil 
Service,  Oct.  17,  1883 ;  Administra- 
tor, 4th  class,  Feb.  2,  1889  ;  Admin- 
istrator, 3rd  class,  Oct.  8,  1891  ; 
Administrator,  2nd  class,  Sept.  1, 
1898  ;  Administrator,  1st  class,  July 
19,  1903.  Address:  Can-tho,  Pro- 
vince of  Can-tho,  Cochin-China. 

BOUCHE,  Frederic  (HANOI),  Avocat 
G6n£ral  Administration  de  la 
Justice  ;  b.  July  24,  1857.  Arrived 
Indo-China,  Oct.  17,  1880;  Avocat 
Ge'ne'ral,  Juillet  16,  1903.  Decora- 


tion: Officier d'Acade"mie.  Address: 
Hanoi,  Tonkin,  Indo-China. 

BOUGUIE,  General  Raoul  L.  (HANOI), 
Commandant  1st  Division  Infan- 
terie.  Decoration  :  Chevalier  de  la 
Le'gion  d'Honneur.  Address  :  Army 
Headquarters,  Hanoi,  Tonkin, 
Indo-Chiua. 

BOULTON,  James  Fettas  (HONG- 
KONG), A.M. I.C. E.  ;  Executive  En- 
gineer, Public  Works  Department; 
b.  Feb.  17,  1859.  Appointed,  April, 
1839  ;  practically  in  charge  of  Praya 
Reclamation  Works  from  Jan.  1, 
1898,  until  completion ;  acting 
Assistant  Director  of  Public  Works 
from  1902  to  1905.  Club :  Hongkong. 
A  ddress :  Public  Works  Department, 
Hongkong. 

BOURCIER-SAINT-CHAFFRAY,  (see  : 
CHAFFRAY,  JEAN  EDOUARD  BOUR- 
CIER-SAINT-). 

BOURNE,  Frederick  Samuel  Augus- 
tus (SHANGHAI),  Assistant  Judge 
of  H.B.M.  Supreme  Court  for  China 
and  Corea,  and  H.M.  Consul, 
Shanghai;  b.  Oct.  3,1854,  s.  of  late 
Rev.  S.  W.  Bourne,  B.A.,  Queens' 
College,  Cambridge,  Rector  of  Win- 
farthing,  Norfolk,  and  Mary  Caro- 
line, d.  of  late  Henry  Cassin,  M.D.; 
m.  1889,  Isabel  Alice,  y.  d.  of  the 
Rev.  John  Chalmers,  LL.D.  Educ.: 
St.  Edmund's  School,  Canterbury. 
Clerk,  War  Office,  1873;  China 
Consular  Service,  1876 ;  employed 
on  special  service,  1885-86,  explor- 
ing country  bordering  on  Tonkin ; 
received  the  thanks  of  the  President 
of  the  United  States  for  services 
rendered  at  Chung-king  in  1886; 
Bar,  Lincoln's  Inn,  1800;  H.M. 


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Yice-eor.sul,  Canton,  1893 ;  Consul 
in  charge  of  the  Blackburn  Com- 
mercial Mission,  1896-97,.  subse- 
quently appointed  Assistant  Judge 
H.  B.  M.  Supreme  Court  for  China 
and  Corea,  and  Judge  of  High 
Court  at  Wei-hai-wei,  which  posi- 
tion .still  holds.  Address:  Shang- 
hai, China;  Southborough,  Tun- 
bridge  Wells,  England. 

BOWEN,  Charles  David  (ULU  SELAN- 
GOR), F.M.S.  Civil  Service  ;  b.  Oct.  6, 
1862.  Joined  Civil  Service,  1886; 
Junior  Officer,  Perak,  Oct.,  1886  ;  as- 
sistant District  Magistrate,  Batang 
Padang,  Jan.  1888  ;  acting  Collector 
of  Land  Revenue  and  Magistrate, 
Selama,  Mar.,  1889;  assistant  Dis- 
trict Magistrate,  Selama,  Feb.,  1890; 
acting  assistant  Magistrate,  Go- 
peng,  July,  1891  ;  District  Officer, 
Port  Dickson,  Mar.,  1896;  District 
Officer,  Klang,  and  Indian  Immigra- 
tion Agent,  Nov.,  1899  ;  acting  Dis- 
trict Officer,  Ulu  Selangor,  Jan., 
1900  ;  District  Officer,  Ulu  Selangor, 
Jan.,  1903;  Collector  of  Land  Re- 
venue,Kuala  Lumpur,  and  Registrar 
of  Titles,  Selangor,  and  acting  Dis- 
trict Officer,  Ulu  Selangor,  July 
1903  ;  District  Officer,  ditto,  1904. 
Address:  Ulu  Selangor,  Selangor, 
Federated  Malay  States. 

BOWEN,  Lambert  (UPPEJI  PEKAK)» 
F.M.S.  Civil.  Service ;  fc.  Dec.  13, 
1870.  Appointed  Assistant  Engi- 
neer, Public  Works  Department, 
Perak,  1901 ;  Assistant  Engineer,  Up- 
per Perak.  Address :  Upper  Perak, 
Federated  Malay  States. 

BOWER,  Captain  William  Mcntagu 
Lance  (PENANG),  Superintendent 


of  Police  ;  b.  June  28,  1878.  Captain 
4th  Battalion  Liverpool  Regiment, 
1902  ;  assumed  duties  as  Assistant 
Supeiintendent  of  Police  in  Pe- 
nang,  1903;  J.P.;  visiting  justice. 
Address:  Penang,  Straits  Settle- 
ments. 

BOWRA,  Cecil  A.  V.  (AMOY),  Com- 
missioner of  Customs  ;  b.  1869  ; 
m.  1896.  Educ. :  St.  Paul's  School, 
London;  Bariister-at-Law.  Joined 
Chinese  Impeiial  Maritime  Cus- 
toms Service  in  Oct.,  1886  ;  appoint- 
ed acting  Commissioner  at  New- 
chwang,  June,  1899  ;  promoted  to 
Commissioner  atNewchwang,  Mar. 
17,  1903,  subsequently  proceeding  to 
Amoy  in  same  capacity.  Decora- 
tions :  Double  Dragon,  3rd  divi.-ion, 
1st  class  ;  China  Medal,  19CO.  Club  : 
Royal  Societies  (London).  Address  : 
Amoy,  China. 

BOWLEY,  Francis  Eulmer  Lycn. 
(HONGKONG),  Solicitor  and  Notary 
Public  ;  b.  Bristol,  England,  Jan.  '24, 
1868.  Educ. :  Bristol  Grammar 
School.  Admitted  as  solicitor,  Lon- 
don, 1890  ;  Hongkong,  1893  ;  appoint- 
ed Crown  Solicitor,  1900 ;  Secretary, 
Librarian  and  Curator  City  Hall, 
1900-5  ;  resigned  19C6.  Club  :  Hong- 
kong. Address:  Supreme  Court, 
Hongkong. 

BOYCE  KI3P,  John  (TIENTSIN),  Agent 
for  Jardine,  Matheson  and  Co.  :  b. 
1864  at  Hongkong  and  Registered 
British  subject ;  s.  of  late  A.  W.  P. 
Kup,  Consul  for  Netherlands,  and 
Jane  Mary,  e.  d.  of  Major-General 
Morton;  in.  1896.  Educ. :  Whitgift 
College,  Croydon,  and  at  Paiis. 
Attached  to  Lord  Chailes  Beres- 


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ford's  Special  Mission  to  China 
1898 ;  participated  in  siege  and 
defence  of  Tientsin  when  was  Com- 
mandant of  local  volunteer  force; 
afterwards  attached  to  General  Sir 
Alfred  Gaselee's  Staff  as  Guide  and 
Interpreter  for  the  relief  of  Peking, 
1900  ;  attached  9th  Lancers  1896,  and 
7th  Hussars  1901,  at  Aldershot  ; 
obtained  Mounted  Infantry  certifi- 
cate, Aldershot,  1902.  Decoration  : 
China  Medal  1900,  with  clasp  Relief 
of  Peking  (mentioned  in  desr 
patches).  Address  :  Pekirg,  Noith 
China. 

BO\D,  W.  Porter  (SHANGHAI),  Vice 
and  Deputy  Consul  General  for 
U.S.A.  Clubs  :  Race,  Golf,  Gun, 
etc.,  Shanghai.  Address;  Ameri- 
can Consulate  General,  Shanghai, 
China. 

BOYER,  Mcurice  Marius  (SAIGON), 
President  du  Tiibunal  de  Ire  In- 
stance; b.  Fev.  17,  1853.  Entree 
1'Administration  de  la  Justice,  Sept. 
21,  1888  ;  President,  Janv.  15,  1904. 
Address:  Saigon,  Cochin-China. 

BRADDEL,  Robert  Wallace  Glen  Lee 
(SINGAPORE),  Barrister-at  Law ;  b. 
March  6,  1859;  ?«.  Nov.  21,  1883 
Mary  Lawrence,  4th  d.  of  Rev.  T. 
Smith  of  Brailes,  Warwickshire. 
Eihic.:  Brighton  College ;  Worces- 
ter College,  Oxford.  Has  practised 
at  Straits'  Bar  since  Dec.,  1882. 
Address:  "  Woodleigh,"  Sirangoon 
Road,  Singapore,  Straits  Settle- 
ments. 

BRADDON,  Dr.  William  Leonard 
(SEREMBAN),  M.B.,  B.S.,  Lond., 
F.R.C.S.,  Eng.  ;  State  Surgeon ; 
b.  May  29,  1862;  »i.  Oct.  13,  1897, 


Marion,  3rd  (7.  of  late  H.  C.  Philpott. 
Educ. :  Reading  School ;  Owen's 
College ;  Guy's  Hospital ;  Gold 
Medallist  and  Scholar,  London 
University;  Gold  Medallist,  Guy's- 
Hospital.  In  Burmah  1888;  joined 
Selangor  service,  Dec.,  1888  ;  State 
Surgeon,  Negri  Sembilan,  since  1891 .. 
Publications:  "The  Haomody- 
namics  of  Cerebral  Haemorrhage,' 
in  "Lancet"  1885;  "The  Mycoid 
Body  in  Remittent  Fevers,"  in 
"  Indian  Medical  Gazette,"  1903  ; 
"  The  Cause  and  Prevention  of 
Beri-beri,"  1906.  Club:  The  Golfers. 
Address:  Serein  ban,  Negii  Sem- 
bilan, Federated  Malay  States. 

BRADY,  Herbert  Francis  (Foocnow) 
H.B.M.  Consul.  Appointed  Stu- 
dent Interpreter  in  China,  March, 
1876  ;  acting  Consul  at  Kiukiang, 
1880  to  1881  ;  acting  Vice-Consul  at 
Whampoa,  1886  and  1887 ;  discharged 
duties  of  Accountant  to  Legation 
1887,  1888,  1889  and  1891;  promo- 
ted 1st  Assistant,  Oct.  1,  1891  ; 
assistant  Chinese  Secretary,  1892  ; 
acting  Consul  at  Ichaug,  1894  to 
1895  ;  acting  Consul  at  Kiukiang,. 
1895  to  1896  ;  at  Chinkiang,  Aug.  to 
Nov.,  1896  ;  at  Wuhu  from  Dec.,  1896- 
to  Jan.  1897  ;  acting  Vice-Consul  at 
Shanghai,  1897 ;  promoted  Consul 
at  Samshui,  Sept.  27,  1897 ;  trans- 
ferred to  Chungking,  Nov.  21,  1900  ; 
to  Chefoo,  July  1,  1901;  acting 
Consul-General  at  Hankow,  1901 ; 
Consulate,  Foochow,  19C6.  Address  : 
H.B.M.  Consulate,  Foochow, 
China. 

BREDON,  Sir  Robert  Edward  (PEK- 
ING), K.C.M.G.  ;  M.A.,  M.B.,  M.Ch.  ; 
Deputy  Inspector  General,  Chinese 


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Customs  ;  b.  Feb.  4, 1846:  m.  Sept.  3, 
1879.  Educ.:  Private  School ;  Royal 
School,  Dungannon,  Ireland  ;   Tri- 
nity   College,    Dublin  ;  Graduated 
University  of  Dublin.  Competed  for 
Medical  appointment  in  H.M's  Ser- 
vice and  obtained  1st.  place  ;  ap- 
pointed   Assistant    Surgeon,    97th. 
Regiment  (now  Royal  West  Kent 
Regiment)  1867  ;  retired  1873,  being 
then  in  West  Indies  ;  joined  Chinese 
Imperial     Maritime     Customs     as 
Chief  Secretary,  Inspectorate  Gen- 
eral, 1873:   Commissioner,   Chefoo, 
1875  ;  Mingpo,  1875  ;   Canton,  1876, 
Peking  (Chief  Secretary),   1877  ;  in 
chargelnepectorateGeneral,  1877-78; 
P  eking  (Chief  Secretary),  1878;  Com- 
missioner, Hankow,  188C;  Shanghai, 
1890  ;  Peking  (Chief  Secretary),  1893; 
Commissoner,  Hankow,  18C6  ;  Com- 
missioner,    Canton,    1896 ;    retired 
and  rejoined,  1897 ;  Deputy  Inspector 
General,    Peking,    1897 ;    Shanghai 
1900  ;  Peking,  1904;  was  present  with 
family  in  British  Legation,  Peking, 
duiing     siege    and    bombardment, 
1900  ;  attached,  1902-04  to  Chinese 
Commisson  for  revision  of  British 
and    other    Commercial    Treaties. 
Decorations:  Officer  of   Legion   of 
Ho  nour  (France);  Commander  order 
of  Olaf  (Xoiway) ;  2nd  class  Sacred 
Treasure  (Japan) ;  K.C.M.G.  (Great 
Britain) :  2nd    Division  2nd    class 
Double  Dragon  (China) ,  2nd  class 
Crown    of    Prussia,     with    star  ; 
China  Medal  with  Defence  of  Lega- 
tions clasp.    Publications  :  Various 
papers  in  Customs  publications  on 
Chinese  railway  and  financial  ques- 
tions, including  some  in  Chinese. 
Clubs:  Shanghai  Country;   Shang- 


hai; Race,  Shanghai ;  Peking ; 
Junior  United  Service,  London. 
Address:  Inspectorate  General  of 
Customs,  Peking,  China. 

BRESLAND,  Charles  William  (BA- 
TANG PATANG),  B.A.  ;  F.M.S.  Civil 
Service;  b.  April  10,1878.  Educ.: 
Dublin  University.  Appointed  ca- 
det, 1901  ;  has  acted  as  District 
Officer  at  Kinta  and  Tapah ; 
District  Officer  at  Batang  Patang. 
Address:  Batang  Padang,  Perak, 
Federated  Malay  States. 

BREWIN,  Hon.  Arthur  Winbolt 
(HONGKONG),  Registrar  General 
and  Member,  Legislative  Council ; 
b.  June  12, 1967.  Educ. :  Winchester. 
Arrived  in  Colony,  1888  ;  appointed 
Justice  of  the  Peace,  1894 ;  acting 
assistant  Registrar-General,  1895; 
acting  Inspector  of  Schools,  April, 
1887  ;  appointment  confirmed  Aug. 
1897  ;  acting  Registrar-General,  1898 
to  1899  ;  [appointment  confirmed, 
1901.  Club:  Hongkong.  Address: 
Registrar  General's  Department, 
Hongkong. 

BREWITT-TAYLOR,  Charles  Henry 
(see  :  TAYLOR,  CHARLES  HENRY 
BREWITT-). 

BREWSTER,  Edward  John  (KINTA), 
District  Officer ;  b.  Jan.  24,  1861. 
Educ. :  Brewood  Grammar  School ; 
Cheltenham.  Joined  Federated 
Malay  States  Civil  Service  as 
assistant  District  Officer,  Matang, 
Perak,  1878 ;  acting  District  Officer, 
Krian,  1883-1884  ;  ditto,  Larut, 
1885  ;  ditto,  Kiuta,  1888 ;  District 
Officer,  Krian,  1889;  Magistrate, 
Krian,  1889 ;  State  Commissioner  of 
Lands  ami  Registrar  of  Mines,  Jan., 


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1892 ;  acting  State  Auditor,  April, 
1893;  District  Magistrate,  Lower 
Perak,  Aug.,  1843.  Club :  Sports, 
London.  Address:  Kinta,  Perak, 
Federated  Malay  States. 

BRINKLEY,  Captain  F.  (TOKYO), 
Proprietor  and  Editor  of  "Japan 
Mail,"  Yokohama;  b.  1841.  At- 
tached to  Legation  Guards,  Tokyo, 
J867;  resigned  from  Royal  Artillery, 
1871,  and  appointed  principal 
instructor,  Marine  Artillery  College, 
Tokyo  ;  Prefessor  Mathematics  at 
Imperial  Engineering  College, 
Tokyo  ;  acquired  "Japan  Mail," 
1881 ;  is  Foreign  Advisor  to  Nippon 
Yusen  Kaisha;  Tokyo  correspon' 
dent  of  "  Times,'  Lond.  Decoration: 
3rd  class  of  the  Order  of  the  Sacred 
Treasure.  Address  :  3,  Hiro-go 
Azabu,  Tokyo,  Japan. 

BROADRICK,  Edward  George  (SINGA- 
PORE), President  Municipal  Com- 
mission; ft.  July  29,  1864.  Educ.  : 
Sherborne  School.  Clerk,  H.  M. 
Office  of  Works,  1884  ;  arrived  in 
Straits  Settlements,  1887 ;  acting 
District  Officer,  South  Province 
Wellesley,  1889 ;  acting  2nd  Magi- 
strate, Penang,  1895;  District  Officer, 
Dindings,  1897  ;  officer  in  charge  of 
Treasury,  Malacca,  1897  ;  Municipal 
Commission,  Malacca,  1898 ;  Collec- 
tor, Land  Revenue,  Malacca,  1901 
Acting  Inspector  Prisons,  Straits 
Settlements,  1902  ;  President  Muni- 
cipal Commission,  Singapore,  since 
1904 ;  Major  Commanding  Singa- 
pore Volunteer  Corps;  President 
Singapore  Cricket  Club.  Address  : 
Singapore,  Straits  Settlements. 

BROCKMAN,  Edward  Lewis  (SINGA- 
PORE),    Assistant  Colonial    Secre- 


tary ;  b.  June  29,  1865.  Cadet,  Straits 
Settlements,  1886  ;  passed  in  Malay, 
1888  ;  3rd  Magistrate,  Penang,  June 
1890  ;  acting  2nd  assistant  Colonial 
Secretary,  Feb.  to  Oct.,  1892 ; 
District  Officer,  Bukit  Mertajamr 
Mar.,  1892;  acting  Collector  of  Land 
Revenue,  Penang,  July,  1895 ;  2nd 
assistant  Colonial  Secretary,  June 
1896  ;  also  acting  Collector  of  Land 
Revenue,  Singapore,  June,  1896  ; 
acting  assistant  Colonial  Secretary 
and  Clerk  of  Council,  Aug.,  1897  * 
Collector  of  Land  Revenue,  Malac- 
ca, 1898  ;  acting  1st  Magistrate 
Singapore,  Feb.  1899  ;  Commission- 
er, Court  of  Requests,  Singapore, 
Aug.,  1902  ;  assistant  Colonial 
Secretary  and  Clerk  of  Councils, 
Sept.  1903  ;  acted  as  Deputy  Gover- 
nor in  April,  1906.  Address  :  Singa- 
pore, Straits  Settlements. 

BROKAW,  Rev.  Harvey  (KIKE),  B.A., 
Clergyman  and  Missionary ;  b, 
April  20,  1869,  at  Middlebush,  New- 
Jersey,  U.S.A.;  s.  of  Peter  S.  Brokaw 
aml  Adaline  Brokaw ;  »».  1893r 
Olivia  Brokaw.  Educ. :  Park  Col- 
lege, Parkville,  Mo.,  U.S.A. ;  Wes- 
tern Theological  Seminary.  Ar- 
rived as  Missionary  in  Japan,  Sept.r 
1896 ;  Missionary  at  Kanazawa, 
1896-99  ;  Hiroshima,  1899-1905  ;  Kure, 
1905  to  date.  Publications :  Editor 
"  The  Gospel  Message,"  1892-94. 
Address:  77,  Sanjo  Dori,  3  Chomer 
Kure,  Japan. 

BRONI,  S.  (HANOI),  Secretary  General 
of  Indo-China.  Decorations :  Of- 
ficier  of  Legion  d'Honneur.  Ad- 
dress :  Hanoi,  Tonkin,  Indo-China. 

BROOKE,  H.  H.  Sir  Charles  Johnson, 
(SARAWAK),  G.C.M.G.;  2nd  Rajah  of 


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Sarawak;  b.  1829;  m.  Margaret,  rf. 
of  Clayton  de  Windt,  of  Blunsden 
Hall,  Wilts.  Joined  H.  M.  Navy 
1840 ;  resigned  Commission  1851 ; 
served  in  Sarawak  under  his  uncle, 
late  Rajah  Sir  James  Brooke  until 
1868,  when  he  succeeded  him  as  2nd 
Rajah.  Recreations :  Hunting ;  Rea- 
ding. Address:  The  Palace,  Sara- 
wak ;  Roxbourne  House,  Malmes- 
bury,  Wilts  ;  Villa  Raffo,  Bogliasco, 
near  Genoa,  Italy. 

BROOKE,  Dr.  Gilbert  E.  (SINGAPORE), 
M.A.,  L.R.C.S.,  L.R.C.P.,  Edin- 
burgh), L.E.P.S.,  Glasgow  ;  Health 
Officer.  Ednc. :  Pern.  College,  Cam- 
bridge ;  London  Hospital;  B.A., 
1891;  M.A.,  1901;  Fellow  of  Royal 
Institute  of  Public  Health  ;  Fellow 
Medical  Society,  London  ;  Fellow 
Royal  Geographical  Society.  Late 
Surgeon  Allen  Line  and  Furness 
s.s.  Co.  ;  Government  Medical  Of- 
ficer and  Medical  Officer  of  Health, 
Oockburn  Harbour,  Turks  and 
Caicos  Islands  ;  acting  Government 
Medical  Officer  and  Medical  Officer 
of  Health  Turk's  Island,  Aug.,  1899 ; 
J.P.  for  the  Colony,  June,  1899; 
acting  assistant  Commissioner, 
Cockburn  Harbour,  Dec.,  1899-May, 
1900  ;  District  Commissioner,  Caicos 
Islands,  June,  1901 ;  Health  Officer, 
Singapore,  Jan.  31,  1902.  Address: 
Singapore,  Straits  Settlements. 

BROU,  Noce  Pierre  (HANOI),  Inspec- 
teur  General  des  Postes  et  des 
Telegraphes;  b.  Juin  24,  1841. 
Entree  1'administration,  Juin  1, 
1864  ;  Inspecteur,  Dec.  1,  1903. 
Decoration :  Officier  de  la  Legion 
•  d'Honneur.  Address:  Hanoi,  Ton- 
kin, Indo-Cliinx. 


BROWN,  Alfred  Vanhouse  (PKXANG), 
F.M.S.  Civil  Service  ;  b.  Oct.  29, 
1873.  Educ.  :  Merchant  Taylors' 
School ;  Queen's  College,  Oxford. 
Obtained  Eastern  Cadetship  at 
open  competition  in  1896,  and 
appointed  to  Perak;  Indian  Im- 
migration Agent,  Perak,  Jan.  1, 
19CO ;  Principal  Assistant  Super- 
intendent of  Immigrants,  Federated 
Malay  States,  Jan.  1,  1905.  Club  : 
Sports,  London.  Address  :  Penang, 
Straits  Settlements. 

BROWN,  David  Alexander  Murray 
(PENANG),  Accountant ;  b.  Dec.  12, 
1871 ;  m.  Feb.  25, 1901.  Educ. :  Har- 
.  row,  Trinity  Hall,  Cambridge. 
General  Manager  "Pinang  Gazette" 
Press.  Recreations:  Horse-racing. 
Clubs  :  M.C.C. ;  Queen's.  Address  : 
Marble  Hall,  Penang,  Straits  Set- 
tlements. 

BROWN,  David  E.  (HONGKONG), 
General  Agent  for  China,  Japan, 
India,  etc.,  Canadian  Pacific  Rail- 
way Co. ;  b.  March  20, 1855,  at  Owen 
Sound,  Canada.  Entered  railway 
service  with  Great  Western  Railway 
of  Canada,  May,  1875,  as  freight  and 
ticket  clerk  and  telegraph  opera- 
tor; with  Northern  and  North 
Western  Railway  of  Canada  as 
agent  at  Alliston,  Barrie  and 
Orillia,  relieving  agent,  travelling 
auditor,  cashier  and  spec,  travelling 
agent,  1879-1883;  since  1883  with 
Canadian  Pacific  Railway  Co. ; 
freight  agent,  Winnipeg,  Manitoba, 
for  three  years ;  appointed  District 
Freight  and  Passenger  agent  for 
Pacific  Division,  Sept.,  1886;  pro- 
moted Assistant  General  Freight 
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jind  Pacific  Divisions,  in  charge  of 
Railway  and  Pacific  Steamship 
traffic,  May,  1889;  transferred  to 
Hongkong  to  take  charge  of  Co.'s 
Pacific  Steamships  and  traffic  of 
China,  Japan,  India,  Australia,  and 
intermediate  territory,  June  1,  1893. 
Club:  Hongkong.  Address:  Hong- 
kong. 

BROWN,  Dr.  James  Edward  Myles 
(GOPEN),  M.B.,  Ch.B.,  Edinburgh  ; 
District  Surgeon  ;  b.  Aug.  9,  1874. 
Served  in  South  Africa  with  R.A.M. 
Coi'ps,  1900 ;  appointed  District 
Officer,  Gopeng,  1904.  Address : 
Gopeng,  Perak,  Federated  Malay 
States. 

BROWN,  John  McLeavy,  C.M.G., 
LL.D.,  ex-Head  of  Customs  and 
Controller  of  Finance,  Corea. 
Appointed  Student  Interpreter  in 
China,  1861  ;  assistant  Chinese 
Secretary,  1864 ;  in  charge  of  Lega- 
tion, 18b7 ;  Secretary  to  Chinese 
Mission  to  Europe,  1868  ;  Acting 
Chinese  Secretary  at  Peking, 
1871-1872  ;  resigned,  1872  ;  appointed 
Commissioner  in  Chinese  Customs, 
later  appointed  Commissioner 
General  of  Customs,  Corea  ;  resign- 
ed 1905  ;  and  went  on  tour  abroad, 
April,  1906.  Decoration:  Order  of 
the  Sabred  Treasure  (Japan). 

BROWN,  Rev.  Frederick  (TIENTSIN), 
F.R.G.S.,  Missionary;  b.  Jan.  25, 
1860  ;  m.  April  27,  1886.  Educ.  : 
Cliff  College,  Derbyshire  ;  Harley 
Collega,  London.  Arrived  in  China 
as  a  missionary  in  1882,  and  was 
stationad  at  Chefoo  for  two  years, 
then  for  three  years  in  Peking; 
moved  to  Tientsin  taking  charge  of 


the  Intermediate  School  for  Chinese 
Boys  for  the  Methodist  Episcopal 
Mission;  in  1894  gave  evidence  to 
Royal  Commission  on  opium ;  in 
1900,  during  Boxer  uprising,  escaped 
from  Peking  on  June  4,  the  last  to 
get  out;  was  at  Peitaiho  when  all 
were  rescued  by  H.  M.  Gunboat 
"  Humber  "  ;  returned  to  Tientsin 
when  city  was  taken  by  the  Allies 
after  severe  fighting ;  was  commis- 
sioned by  General  Sir  Alfred 
Gaselee  to  search  absconding  Vice- 
roy's (Yu-Lu)  documents  for  evi- 
dence on  Boxer  outrage ;  evi- 
dence found  was  conclusive  that 
Viceroy  was  head  of  Boxer  Society 
for  district ;  on  the  march  to  relief 
of  Peking  was  taken  on  General 
Gaselee's  Staff  as  Intelligence  Of- 
ficer and  Guide;  through  local 
knowledge  British  Force  was  first 
to  reach  Peking  and  relieve  the 
Legations  ;  for  his  services  received 
Medal  and  "Relief  of  Peking" 
Clasp,  and  special  letters  of  thanks 
from  Major  Parsons,  Commanding 
at  Peitaiho,  and  General  Gaselee, 
Commanding  the  China  Expedi- 
tionary Force  ;  is  at  present  Presi- 
dent Tientsin  Temperance  Society ; 
Vice-President  China  Opium  Lea- 
gue ;  Principal  Intermediate  School 
for  Chinese  boys ;  Chaplain  to 
British  Garrison.  Publications: 
From  Tientsin  to  Peking  with  the 
Allies.  Address:  Methodist  Epis- 
copal Mission,  Tientsin. 

BROWN,  Rev.  Henry  John  Benham 
(see:  BEXHAM-BROWN.) 

BROWNE,  Frank  (HOXGKOXG),  Ph.C., 
F.C.S.,  J.P. ;  Government  Analyst; 


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6.  Jan.  10,  1866.  Prior  to  arrival  in 
Hongkong  was  a  demonstrator  in 
the  laboratories  of  the  Pharmaceu- 
tical Society ;  medallist  in  Chem- 
istry ;  appointed  to  Hongkong,  1893 ; 
selected,  1894,  to  undertake  special 
work  in  connection  with  the  sup- 
pression of  plague,  for  which  re- 
ceived letter  of  thanks  and  medal 
from  the  community  of  Hongkong  ; 
for  similar  sen-ices  in  1899-1901  re- 
ceived letters  of  thanks  from  Hong- 
kong Sanitary  Board ;  in  1898  ap- 
pointed secretary  to  the  Hongkong 
Liquor  Commission  ;  president  of 
the  Hongkong  Football  Club  ;  exa- 
mined referee,  London  Football 
Association.  Publications :  Several 
scientific  papers.  Club  :  Hongkong. 
Address :  Government  Civil  Hos- 
pital, Hongkong. 

BRUTTON,  George  Kingston  Hall 
(HONGKONG),  Solicitor  ;  b.  1866 ; 
2nd  s.  of  Joseph  Brutton,  of  Yeovil, 
Somersetshire,  and  Parkholme, 
Eastbourne  ;  iti.  Maiie  Louise,  e.  d. 
of  Thomas  Hart,  F.S.A.,  Polbrean, 
The  Lizard,  Cornwall ;  one  child, 
Margaretta  (Meta)  Hall.  Educ.  : 
Sherburne  School ;  1st  XI.  and  1st 
XV.  Admitted  to  Bar,  1891.  Clubs  : 
Hongkong,  Shanghai  Country. 
Address:  The  Castle,  Hongkong; 
Parkholme,  Eastbourne,  England. 

BRYANT,  Alfred  Thomas  (SINGA- 
PORE), Straits  Settlements  Civil 
Service  ;  b.  1861.  Appointed  cadet, 
Oct.  2,  1883;  District  Officer, 
Merlinan,  May  13,  1887;  District 
Officer,  Dindings,  June  1,  1890;  act- 
ing 1st  Magistrate,  Penang,  Aug.  23, 
1895;  confirmed,  Aug.  24,  1898. 
Club:  Sports.  Address:  Singapore, 
Straits  Settlements. 


BRYSON,  Mrs.  Thomas  (TIENTSIN), 
Missionary;  b.  Dec.,  1851  ;  tn.  July, 
1875,  to  Rev.  Thomas  Biyson,  of 
L.M.S.,  Wuchang,  Central  China. 
Arrived  in  China,  1875,  and  went 
to  Wuchang;  removed  to  Tientsin, 
1885.  Publications:  Serial  story  in 
Children's  Treasury,  1875 ;  "  Child 
Life  in  Chinese  Homes,"  18£5 : 
"  Life  of  John  Kenneth  Mackenzie" 
1889;  "Roberts  of  Tient&in,"  18C.r> ; 
"  The  Story  of  James  Gilman," 
1893;  "  Cross  and  Crown,  stories  of 
the  Chinese  Martyrs"  ;  "The  Land 
of  the  Pigtail,"  1905.  Address: 
London  Mission,  Tientsin,  North 
China. 

BUCHANAN,  Charles  Sumner  (SINGA- 
PORE), B.A.;  Missionary ;  b.  July  28r 
1869;  m.  Oct.  £0,  1897,  Emily  Early. 
Educ.:  Ohio  iWesleyan  University, 
Delaware,  U.S.A.  Teacher  in  Anglo- 
Chinese  School,  Singapore,  1896- 
1902;  Piincipal  of  Arglo-Chinese 
School,  190S-C4;  Missionary  to  the 
Malays  since  1905.  Address  : 
Methodist  Episcopal  Mission, 
Singapore,  Straits  Settlements. 

BUNBURY,  Rev.  George  Alexander 
(HONGKONG),  M.A.,  Clergyman  ;  b. 
June  10,  1870.  Educ. :  Bath  ;  Oriel 
College,  Oxford  ;  2nd  class  class-ic.il 
mods.,  1890;  2nd  class  Lit.  Hum., 
1893.  Ordained  1895 ;  Curate  of  Hob- 
Trinity,  Oxford,  1895-98  ;  C.M.S. 
Missionary  from  1898  ;  Sub.  Warden 
of  St.  Paul's  College,  Hongkong 
since  1901.  Address:  2,  College 
Gardens,  Hongkong. 

BURDON,  Rt.  Rev.  John  Shaw 
(SHANGHAI),  D.D.  ;  Ordained,  1852  ; 
Missionary  in  China  1853-74  ; 
chaplain  to  Legation,  Peking, 


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1865-72  ;  Bishop  of  Victoiia,  1874-95  ; 
widower.  Publications:  Translated 
JCew  lestament  and  Common 
Prayer  Book  into  Chinese.  Address: 
English  Church  Mission,  Shanghai. 

BURGESS,  Harry  A  stall  (PORT  DICK- 
SON),  F.M.S.  Civil  Service;  b.  July 
13,  1871.  Joined  service  1894,  in 
Demarcation  office,  Kinta;  acting 
assistant  District  Magistrate,  Tan- 
Jong  Malim,  1895;  acting  assistant 
Collector  of  Land  Revenue, 
Matang,  1896;  acting  Collector  of 
Land  Revenue,  Kuala  Kangsar, 
1897  ;  acting  assistant  District 
Magistrate,  Tpoh,  1899  ;  acting 
Secretary  to  Resident,  acting 
Registrar  of  Courts,  Laiut,  June, 
1900;  acting  Distiict  Magistrate, 
Upper  Perak,  Jan.,  1902;  Distiict 
Officer,  Temerlok,  Pahang,  1903  ; 
acting  District  Officer,  Port  Dick- 
son,  1904.  Address:  Port  Dickson, 
Perak,  Federated  Malay  States. 

BURGESS,  Percival  James  {SINGA- 
PORE), M.A.,  F.M.S.,  Government 
Analyst  and  Science  Lecturer  ;  b. 
July  5,  1873.  Etfuc. :  Cambridge. 
Has  held  present  position  since 
1900 ;  Manager  Malacca  Rubber 
Plantation.  Address:  Singapore, 
Straits  Settlements. 

BURN-MURDOCK,  AlfredMaule 

(KUALA       LUMPUU),      F.M.S.      Civil 

Service  ;  b.  July  7,  1S68.  In 
Forest  Department,  Burma  ;  Chief 
ForesJ  Officer,  F.M.S.,  1901  ;  Con- 
servator of  Forests,  1903.  A  ddress  : 
Kuala  Lumpur,  Selangor,  Federat- 
ed Malay  States. 

BURNSIDE,  Edmund  (KUALA  LLM. 
Pt  u),  F.M.S.  Civil  Service;  b.  Oct. 


13,  1873.  Private  Secretary  to 
Chief  Justice,  Ceylon,  1883;  joined 
F.M.S.  Civil  Service,  1888  ;  assistant 
Magistrate  at  Kinta,  and  acting  as- 
sistant Collector  of  Land  Revenue, 
Larut,  1890;  acting  assistant  Sec- 
retary to  Government,  1890;  2nd 
assistant  Secretary  to  Government 
and  Clerk  of  Councils,  1891 ;  acting 
Magistrate,  Larut,  1893;  Collector 
of  Land  Revenue,  and  assistant 
District  Magistrate,  Lower  Perak, 
1894;  Collector  of  Land  Revenue, 
Lower  Perak,  1895;  acting  District 
Treasurer,  Lower  Perak,  1896  ; 
acting  Distiict  Magistrate,  Ma- 
tang,  1898;  Distiict  Officer,  Ulu 
Langat,  1903;  Collector  of  Land 
Revenue  and  Registrar  of  Titles, 
Kuala  Lumpur,  1904;  Secretary 
to  Resident,  Selangor,  Dec.,  1904. 
Addrew:  Kuala  Lumpur,  Selangor. 
Federated  Malay  States. 

BUSH,  Harry  A.  (XEWCHWANO\  Mer- 
chant ;  b.  Shanghai,  Apiil  5,  1865 ; 
m.  Maud  Frances  McGlew,  of 
Brooklyn,  1895.  Educ.  :  Bognor 
College,  Forest  School,  Chelten- 
ham, England.  Was  educated  for 
Army  ;  resigned  Army  in  Apiil,  1881, 
to  join  firm  established  by  father 
at  Newch  wang  in  1860  ;  entered 
firm  as  shipping  clerk,  and  taken 
into  partnership  in  1883  ;  now 
senior  partner  ;  holder  of  consider- 
able mining  concessions  in  Man- 
churia ;  is  strenuous  upholder  of 
British  interests,  and  has  done 
much  to  assist  Britishers  in 
Manchuria  and  North  China  ;  was 
of  great  assistance  to  Japanese  in 
recent  war,  and  has  been  decorated 
,by  Japanese  Emperor;  was  awarded 


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gold  medals  by  Field  Marshal 
Oyama  and  Birou  Kodamx  for 
services  to  Japanese  at  New- 
chwang  ;  witnessed  engagements  in 
vicinity  of  Newchwang.  Club  : 
Newchwaug.  Address:  Newchwang, 
M.uichuria,  China. 

BUTLER,  Dobree  (SEREMBAN),  F.M.S. 
Civil  Service  ;  &.  O^t.  23,  1S77  ;  Sub- 
Assistant  Engineer  Riilway  Con- 
struction Djpirtmant,  Perak,  1833  ; 
acting  Commissioner  of  Police  at 
T.iiping  an:l  Salangar;  acting  as- 


sistant Commissioner  of  Police, 
Negri  Sembilan ;  acting  Super- 
intendent of  Prisons,  Seremban, 
1904.  Address:  Seremban,  Negri 
Sembilan,  Federate.!  Malay  States. 

BYRNE,     Harold     Edward     (KUALA 
LUMPUR)  F.M.S.  Civil  Sevice  ;  b.  Oct. 
14,  1878.    Assistant  Surveyor  Trigo- 
nometrical   Survey,    Perak,    1931 ; 
assistant  to  Director,  P.W.D.,Kuala 
Lumpur,     1908.     Address :     Kuala 
Lumpur,       Selangor,       Federated 
Malay  States. 


CAILLARD,  Gaston  Felix  (KOMPONG- 
CHANG)  Resident ;  Administrator, 
2nd  class  ;  b.  June  2,  1866.  Joined 
Indo-China  Civil  Service,  Jan.  1, 
1893;  Administrator,  4th  class, 
.Sept.  1,  1898;  Administrator,  3rd 
class,  Feb.  7,  1901 ;  Administrator, 
2nd  class,  Jan.  1,  1904.  Decoration: 
Officier  de  1'Instruction  Publique. 
Address:  Kompong-Chang,  province 
of  Kompong-Chang,  Cambodge, 
Indo-China. 

CAIffADAN,  0.  (SHANGHAI),  Lawyer; 
b.  March  19,  1877.  Educ.  :  France. 
Club:  Fran  cats,  Shanghai.  Ad- 
•irex*  :  S,  Museum  Road,  Shanghai, 
China. 

CALDWELL,  George  A.  (HONGKONG), 
Accountant;  b.  Sept.  2,  1880,  at 
Hongkong.  Educ.  :  Mannamead, 
Plymouth.  Returned  to  Hongkong 
in  1878  ;  joined  Government  Ser- 
vice as  assistant  master  in  Govern- 
ment Central  School  (now 
Queen's  College) ;  joined  Hongkong 
and  Whampoa  Dock  Company  as 
accountant  in  1884.  Interested  in 
all  sport  and  amateur  theatricals. 
Clubs :  Royal  Hongkong  Yacht, 
Jockey,  Football,  and  Cricket, 
Victoria  Recreation,  Corinthian 
Yacht,  and  Amateur  Dramatic. 
Address:  Hongkong. 


CALTHROP,  Horace  Gaorge  (HONG- 
KONG), Barrister-at-law ;  b.  June 
7,  1853,  2ad  s.  of  tb.3  late  R3v. 
Gordon  Calthrop.  EJ,uc. :  Felstead 
School,  and  Gonville  and  Cains 
College,  Cambridge ;  B.A.  (Law 
Tripos),  1838.  Student  of  the  Inner 
Temple,  Aug.,  1888 ;  Common  Law 
Scholarship,  Feb.,  1890  ;  called  to 
the  Bar,  June  10,  1891 ;  admitted  to 
practise  as  barrister  and  solicitor 
in  the  Gold  Coast  Colony,  March, 
1901;  admitted  to  the  Hongkong 
Bar,  Oct.,  1904.  Club :  Hongkong. 
Address  :  18,  Bank  Buildings, 
Queen's  Road  Central,  Hongkong. 

CAMERON,  Alexander  (KOBE),  Mer- 
chant. Educ.  :  Grammar  School, 
Grantown-on-Spey,  Scotland; 
served  apprenticeship  in  office  of 
late  Donald  Grant,  solicitor, 
Grantown-on-Spey  ;  came  to  Japan, 
Jan.,  1839;  established  firm  of  A. 
Cameron  and  Co.,  Nov.,  1893  ;  open- 
ed a  branch  at  Yokohama,  1904  ; 
acquired  the  export  business  of  A. 
Di  Atti  and  Co.,  1905;  now  sole 
proprietor  of  firms :  A.  Cameron 
and  Co.,  and  A.  Di  Atti  and  Co. ; 
President,  Kobe  St.  Andrew's 
Society,  1905-6.  Club :  Kobe.  Ad- 
dress :  Kobe,  and  "  The  Firs," 
Shioya,  Japan. 


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CAMPAGNOL,  Andre  Edmond 
(HANOI),  Conseiller,  Cour  d'Appel ; 
b.  March  21,  1859.  Entree  1' Admin- 
istration de  la  Justice,  Juillet  21, 
1887  ;  Conseiller  Sept.  21, 1904.  Ad- 
dress :  Hanoi,  Tonkin,  Indo-China. 

CAMPBELL,  Archibald  (UPPER 
PERAK),  F.M.S.  Civil  Service; 
&.  April  6, 1877.  Passed  law  examin- 
ation, 1902 ;  cadet  at  Perak,  1902 ; 
acting  assistant  District  Magistrate 
and  Treasurer,  Batang  Padang, 
Sept.,  1903 ;  acting  Indian  Immigra- 
tion Agent,  June,  1904;  2nd  assis- 
tant, District  Officer,  Kiian,  1904-5 ; 
assistant  District  Officer,  Upper 
Perak,  1906.  Address:  Upper 
Perak,  Federated  Malay  States. 

CAMPBELL,  Archibald  Angus 
(SEREMBAN),  F.M.S.  Civil  Service ; 
b.  Sept.  2,  1873.  Attached  to 
Ordnance  Survey,  England,  1889; 
District  Surveyor,  Seremban,  1899 ; 
Surveyor,  1st  grade,  1902.  Address : 
Seremban,  Negri  Sembilan,  Fede- 
rated Malay  States. 

CAMPBELL,  Charles  William,  C.M.G.; 
H.B.M.  Consul ;  b.  Oct.  21,  1861 ;  m. 
1903,  Violet  Gertrude,  y.  d.  of  Mrs. 
Coutts,  of  Wellhouse,  Banstead. 
Appointed  Student  Interpreter  in 
China,  April  7,  1884;  Consul  at 
Chemulpo,  Corea,  1888 ;  Accountant 
at  Peking,  1894  to  1896 ;  promoted 
1st  class  Assistant,  Sept.  27,  1897 ; 
Assistant  in  Chinese  Secretary's 
Office,  Peking,  1896  to  1899;  pro- 
moted Vice-Consul  at  Shanghai, 
May  13, 1899  ;  Mission  to  Shantung 
in  connection  with  murder  of  mis- 
sionary, Jan.  to  April,  1900;  pro- 


moted Consul,  Wuchow,  Feb.  24, 
1900;  acting  Consul  and  Assistant 
Judge,  Shanghai,  19CO  ;  Interpreter 
on  expedition  for  relief  of  Le- 
gations, Peking,  June,  1900 ;  acting 
Consul-General,  Tientsin,  1900  to- 
1901  ;  acting  Chinese  Secretary, 
Peking,  from  1901  to  1902 ;  was  act- 
ing Consul-General  at  Canton,  1903- 
1904.  Address:  H.B.M.  Legation, 
Peking,  China. 

CAMPBELL,   Douglas    Graham 

(SEREMBAN),  F.M.S.  Civil  Service. 
Joined  Straits  Settlements  Civil 
Service,  1883 ;  was  Secretary  to- 
Resident,  1888 ;  District  Officer, 
Kuala  Langat,  1890-;  Ula  Selangor, 
1893  ;  District  Officer,  Klang,  1897  ; 
and  assistant  Indian  Immigration 
Agent,  1898;  Distiict  Officer,  Ula 
Selangor,  1899;  Secretary  to  Re- 
sident, 1901 ;  Resident  of  Negri 
Sembilan,  1904 ;  has  acted  as  Re- 
sident on  several  occasions,  and 
also  as  Secretary  to  Government. 
Address:  Seremban,  Negii  Sem- 
bilan, Federated  Malay  States. 

CAMPBELL,  Rev.  W.  (TAINAN), 
F.R.G.S.  ;  Senior  member,  English 
Presbyterian  Mission,  Formosa :. 
b.  April  17,  1841 ;  in.  Janet  Hervey, 
d.  of  John  Alston,  of  Aldbury 
(W.  Aus.)  and  g.  d.  of  J.  Alston. 
Hon.  Treasurer  of  Glasgow  Royal 
Asylum  for  the  Blind.  Educ. : 
Glasgow  University  and  Free- 
Church  College,  Glasgow  :  arrived  in 
Formosa,  Dec.  10,  1871 ;  Life  Fellow 
R.G.S.  ;  Member  of  Royal  Asiatic 
and  Japan  Societies,  rublicationn  : 
St.  Matthew's  Gospel  in  Sinkang- 
Formosan,  Dutch  and!  Knglish. 


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•edited  from  the  1661  version  of 
R.  Graving,  1888 ;  Reading-book  and 
:St.  Matthew's  Gospel  in  simplified 
Roman  letters  for  blind  readers 
of  the  Amoy  vernacular,  1888;  an 
Account  of  Missionary  Success  in 
Formosa,  from  London  edition  of 
165J,  with  copious  notes  of  recent 
work  in  the  Island,  1888 ;  Reading- 
book,  and  a  Translation  of  the 
Sacred  Edict,  adapted  for  Blind 
Chinese  readers  in  Formosa,  from 
the  dot-system  of  M.  Braille,  1889 ; 
the  Articles  of  Christian  Instruc- 
tion in  Favorlang-Formosan,  Dutch 
and  English,  with  Psalmanazar's 
Dialogue  between  a  Japanese  and 
it  Formosan,  and  Happart's  Favor- 
lang  Vocabulary,  1893;  Formosa 
under  the  Dutch,  described  from 
Contemporary  Records,  with 
Explanatory  Notes  and  a  Biblio- 
graphy of  the  Island,  1903.  Ad- 
dress:  Tainan,  Formosa. 
CANDLIN,  Rsv.  G.  T.  (TIENTSIN), 
Minister  and  Missionary  ;  b.  April 
15,  1853  ;  m.  Feb.  5,  188J.  Chairman 
of  English  Methodist  Mission 
In  China;  whilst  on  furlough  in 
1901  was  elected  President  by 
annual  Conference  of  Methodist 
New  Connexion  Church;  returned 
to  China  in  19J3  ;  missionary  of  28 
years'  standing;  attended  Parlia- 
ment of  Religions  in  China  in  1893 
TV  special  invitation  of  Dr.  Burrows, 
and  addressed  the  Parliament  on 
•'  The  Relation  of  Religious  Unity 
to  the  Work  of  Missions";  was 
Chairman  of  Federation  Con- 
ference held  in  Peking  in  1905;  is 
Prinicipal  of  a  College  for  training 
native  preachers.  Publications  : 


Volume  of  Missionary  Sermons; 
"  On  Service  with  the  King  "  i 
"  Chinese  Fiction.  "  Address : 
English  Methodist  Mission,  Tient- 
sin, China. 

CAPEN,  Rev.  Randall  Thomas 
(SwATOW),  Missionary,  American 
Baptist  Methodist  Union  ;  b,  July; 
26,  1872,  in  Mass.,  U.S.A.  Educ.  : 
Harvard  class  of  1895 ;  Glasgow 
Free  Church  College ;  Newton 
Centre  Theological  Institute,  U.S.A. 
Pastor  of  1st  Baptist  Church, 
Belfast,  Maine,  U.S.A.,  1898-1900, 
Pastor  of  1st  Baptist  Church, 
Mrfdison,  Wisconsin,  U.S.A.,  1901-04; 
became  Missionary  in  1904.  Ad- 
dress :  Swatow,  China. 

CAPUS,  Dr.  Bertin  (HANOI),  Charg<5 
de  Cours,  Ecole  de  Medecine  de 
I'lndo-Chine ;  Matlacin  Priucipa. 
de  2e  classe  des  troupes  coloniales. 
Appointed  Feb.  4, 1902.  Decoration  : 
Chevalier  de  la  Legion  d'Honneur. 
Address  :  Hanoi,  Tonkin,  Inclo- 
China. 

CARDEW,  Cyril  Duncan  (SEREM BAN), 
F.M.S.  Civil  Service,  6.  Sept.  8, 
1867.  Inspector,  1st  Perak  Sikhs, 
1888 ;  assistant  Treasurer,  Kinta, 
July,  1893 ;  Financial  assistant, 
Batang  Padang,  June,  1894;  De- 
marcation Officer,  Kinta,  Dec., 
1895 ;  acting  assistant  Treasurer, 
Larut,  April,  1895  ;  acting  Financial 
assistant,  Krian,  Nov.,  1893 ;  acting 
District  Treasurer,  Lower  Perak 
May,  1897  ;  Financial  assistant 
Krian,  July,  1897;  acting  District 
Treasurer,  Kinta,  April,  1833;  acting 
assistant  District  Magistrate,  Tan- 
jong  Malim,  May,  1901;  District 


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Treasurer,  Batang  Padang,  Jan., 
1902  ;  District  Treasurer,  Kuala 
Lipis,  Feb.,  1902;  District  Treasurer, 
Baub,  Jan.,  1904  ;  acting  Treasurer, 
Seremban,  1904.  Address:  Serem- 
ban,  Negri  Sembilan,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

CARIN,  Rev.  J.  W.  (UXGKUXG),  A.M., 
D.D.  ;  Minister  and  Missionary  ;  b. 
April  6,  1850,  Louisville,  Kentucky, 
U.S.A.;  m.  Alice  Brinkley,  of 
Augusta,  Georgia,  U.S.A.  Ethic.  : 
Bethel  College  and  Southern 
Baptist  Theological  Seminaiy, 
Kentucky.  Address  :  Ungkung,  via 
,  China. 


CARLISLE,  Tcm  Ffennell  (BANGKOK), 
H.B.M.  Consular  Service.  Appoin- 
ted Student  Interpreter  in  Siam, 
March  17.  1893  ;  acting  Consul, 
Bangkok,  19C1  ;  promoted  1st  as- 
sistant, Oct.  1,  19C2.  Address: 
Bangkok,  Siam. 

CARMICHAEL,  H.  F.  (HONGKONG), 
M.I.X.A.,  M.I.M.A.  Consulting  En- 
gineer. Senior  partner,  fiim  Carmi- 
chael  ami  Clark.  Address  :  Queen's 
Building,  Hongkong. 

CARNEGIE,      Hon.      Lancelot 

Douglas  (PEKING),  M.V.O.  ;  Secre- 
tary of  Legation  in  H.  B.  M. 
Diplomatic  Service  ;  b.  Dec.  26, 
1861,  2nd  s.  of  6th  Earl  of  Southesk  ; 
m.  1890  Marion,  <?.  of  H.  F.  Barclay, 
of  Monkhams,  Essex.  Educ.  : 
Eton;  Christ  church,  Oxford.  En- 
tered H.  M.  Diplomatic  Service, 
1887  ;  has  teen  attached  to  H.  M. 
Embassies  at  Madrid,  St.  Peters- 
burg and  Berlin.  Decoration  : 
M.V.O.,  1901.  Clubs:  St.  James'; 


Bacheloi  s.     Addrets  :'  Eiit:'>  h  Lega- 
tion, Peking,;_China. 

CARRINGTON,  Rev.  John  (BANGKOK), 
A.M.  ;  Presbyterian  Clergyman  ; 
Agent  and  Missionary,  American 
Bible  Society;  b.  1840  ;  m,  Sadie  E. 
Sartine,  of  New  Jersey,  U.S.A. 
Educ.  :  Princeton  University 
Theological  Seminary,  Princeton, 
New  Jersey,  U.S.A.  Was  ordained 
to  gospel  ministry  in  18C8;  l"roft»uv 
of  Mathematics,  Perrnington  Couf. 
Seminary,  N.  J. ;  arrived  in  Bang- 
kok as  Missionary,  Pieshyteriau 
Board,  1869;  Superintendent  of 
Boys'  School,  Bangkok ;  Pastor, 
Lebanon  Presbyterian  t Lurch,  San 
Francisco,  Cal.,  about  seAen  years  ; 
returned  to  Bangkok  as  Agent  and 
Missionray  of  American  Bible 
Society,  18£0,  and  still  holds  that 
position;  one  of  translators  and 
levi^eis  of  Bible  in  Siamese 
language;  member  of  Council  of 
Siam  Society.  Publications  :  Tian*- 
latioi.s  into  Siim^e.  Address; 
Bangkok,  feiz.m. 

CARTER,  AitLur  Cecil  (BANGKOK), 
M.A.,  Oxon. ;  Head  Master  of 
Kii:g's  College,  Bangkok.  Educ. : 
Paris  University;  Trinity  College, 
Oxford  ;  Tubingen  University.  Tutor- 
to  H.R.H.  the  late  Crown  Piince 
of  Siam,  l£9C-i,4  ;  Head  M.-..-ter  of 
King's  College,  Bingkok,  >ir.ce 
1896;  Secretary  General  of  Koyal 
Siamese  Commission  for  St.  Louis 
Exhibition,  1CC3.  Decoratii  «  : 
Older  of  Merit,  Si?  m.  Publication  : 
The  Kingdom  of  Su.nr  (rutr.;.n..s). 
Club  :  Biitifch,  Bangkok.  Add*'** 
King's  College,  Bargkok.  Si;  m. 


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CARTER,  Langham-  (see  :  LANGHAM- 
CARTER.) 

CARTER,  William  Leonard  (HONG- 
KONG), A.M.I.E.E.  ;  Electrical  En- 
gineer ;  agent  and  manage!-  for  the 
China  and  Japan  Telephone  and 
Electric  Co.  ;  b.  Shanghai,  1877, 
e.s.  of  W.  H.  Carter,  Merchant; 
•m.  1906.  Educ. :  St.  Paul's  School 
and  Cent,  Tech.  College  ;  2nd  Lieut. 
E.  Lancashire  Regt.  (retired  list). 
Decoration :  S.A.  war  medal.  Club: 
Hongkong.  Address:  2,  Duddell 
Street,  Hongkong. 

CART  WRIGHT,  Basil  Osborn 
(BANGKOK),  B.A.  ;  Assistant  Master 
Suaii  Kularp  English  School ;  b. 
Jan.  31,  1877.  Educ. :  St.  Peter's 
College,  Radley ;  King's  College, 
Cambiidge ;  B.A.  1899,  1st  class 
natural  science  tripos ;  exhibi- 
tioner of  King's  College,  Cam- 
bridge. Publications:  "An  Elemen- 
tary Handbook  of  the  Siamese 
Language " ;  "A  Geography  of 
Asia"  (in  Siamese).  Club:  Bang- 
kok. Address:  Pak  Klong  Talut, 
Bangkok,  Siam. 

CARVIL,  Thorras  G.  (PEKING),  1st 
class  Assistant  H.B.M.  Consular 
Service.  Appointed  Student  Inter- 
preter in  China,  Sept,  4,  1894 ; 
acting  Vice-Consul  at  Shanghai, 
1899  ;  acting  Consul  at  Wenchow, 
1899  ;  promoted  1st  class  Assistant, 
April,  5.  1902  ;  Vice-Consul  at 
Tientsin,  1902  and .  1903 ;  acting 
Consul  at  Nanking  1903.  Address  : 
H.B.M.  Legation,  Peking,  China. 

CARY,  Prof.  Otis  (KYOTO),  D.D. ; 
Minister  and  Missionary;  b.  April 
20,  1851,  at  Foxboro,  Mass.,  U.S.A., 


s.  of  Hon.  Otis  Sary;  m.  1877,  Ellen 
M.  Emerson.  Edvc. :  Foxboro 
High  School;  Amherst  College; 
Ardover  Theological,  te'emiraiy. 
Ai rived  in  Japan  as  missionary  of 
American  Board,  1878;  since  1892 
connected  with  Doshisha  Schools 
in  Kyoto;  row  Professor  of 
Homiletics  and  Practical  Sociology 
in  Doshisha  Theological  Seminary. 
Publications:  "The  Man  Who 
Feared  God  for  Naught";  "Japan 
and  Its  Regeneration";  "Virtute 
Excei  ptal,"  and  numerous  transla- 
tions into  Japanese.  Address: 
Karasumaru-dori,  Kyoto,  Japan. 

CASE,  James  Francis  (MANILA),  Chief 
Engineer,  Department  of  Sewer 
and  Wateiwoiks  Construction  ; 
b.  Sept,  22,  1868.  Educ. :  Wisconsin 
University.  Captain,  Bvt.  Major, 
U.S.V. ;  acting  Divisional  Engineer 
Officer,  staff  of  Major-General 
Henry  W.  Lawton,  U.S.A. ;  member 
American  Society  Civil  Engineers  ; 
member  Western  Society  of  En- 
gineers. Club:  Army  and  Navy. 
Address :  City  Hall,  Manila,  Philip- 
pine Islands. 

CASSELS,  Rt.  Rev.  William  Wtartoa 
(PAONING)  B.A. ;  Bishop  of  West 
China;  Educ.:  St.  John's  College, 
Cambridge  (B.A.  1882).  Ordained 
1881 ;  consecrated  Bishop,  1895. 
Address  :  Paoning,  Chungking, 
Western  China. 

CAULFEILD,  Hen.  Francis  St.  George 
(KUALA  LUMPUR),  I.S.O.,  M.I.C.E. 

Director  of  Public  Woiks,  Fede- 
rated Malay  States;  b.  Feb.  20, 
1852.  Assistant  Engineer,  Brecon 
and  Merthyr  Railway,  1874 ;  as- 


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sistant  Engineer,  Magdalena  River 
Railways,  1874-75;  Resident  En- 
gineer, Connabe's  Quay,  1875;  as- 
sistant Engineer,  Reading  Drain- 
age, 1876-77  ;  assistant  Engineer, 
Reading  Waterworks,  1878 ;  Man- 
aging Engineer,  No.  8  Westminster 
Chambers,  1879 ;  Superintendent 
of  Public  Works,  Surveyor  and 
Registrar  of  Mines,  Perak,  1879; 
.State  Engineer,  Perak,  1883;  Di- 
rector of  Public  Works,  1931 ;  con- 
structed first  waterworks  in  Malay 
Peninsula  in  1883  ;  first  railway  in 
1886;  explore:!  upper  portion  of 
Perak  River  and  parts  of  Siamese 
Malay  States  of  Rihman  Sai,  and 
Leggai  in  1833  ;  commenced  Krian 
irrigation  in  1899;  explored  and 
fixed  route  for  Kuala  Pilah-Ben- 
tong  road,  1932,  and  for  Kuala 
Lumpur-Bentong  road,  1933  ;  com- 
pleted surveys  for  improvement  of 
Kuantan  Harbour,  1933.  Clubs  : 
Royal  Societies ;  Sports ;  St. 
George  Yacht ;  Automobile  of 
Great  Britain  and  Ireland. 
Address:  Kuala  Lumpur,  Selangor, 
Federated  Malay  States. 

CAVENDISH,  Alexander  (PENAXG), 
B.A. ;  Straits  Settlements  Civil 
Service;  b.  1879.  Educ. :  Bedford 
and  Hertford  College,  Oxford. 
Appointed  cadet  in'  Straits  Settle- 
ments Civil  Service  in  Nov.,  1901 ; 
acting  3rd  Magistrate,  Penang, 
1932;  acting  4th  Magistrate,  Singa- 
pore, May,  1903;  acting  3rd 
Magistrate,  Singapore,  Oct.,  1903; 
acting  District  Officer,  Nibong 
Tibal,  Jan.,  1904;  acting  Super- 
intendent of  Education,  Penang, 


April,     1905.      Address  :     Penang, 
Straits  Settlements. 

CHABRIER,  Eugene  Charles 
(TRAVINH),  Resident;  Administra- 
tor, 2nd  class;  b.  Mar.  9,  1856. 
Joined  Indo-China  Civil  Service, 
Feb.  28,  1886;  Administrator,  4th 
class,  Jan.  1,  1894;  Administrator, 
3rd  class,  Jan.  1,  1899 ;  Administra- 
tor, 2nd  class,  July  19,  1903.  Ad- 
dress :  Travinh,  province  of 
Travinh,  Cochin-China. 

CHAFFRAY,  Jean  Edouard 
Bourcier-Saint-  (Qi  I-NHON),  Re- 
sident; Administrator,  2nd  class; 
b.  June  24,  1870.  Educ.:  Paris; 
Oxford  University,  England.  Joined 
Indo-China  Civil  Service,  Feb.  1, 
1895 ;  Administrator,  4th  class,  Jan. 
6,  1898;  Administrator,  3rd  class, 
May  18,  1899 ;  Administrator,  2nd 
class,  July  19,  1933.  Address:  Qui- 
Nhon,  Annam,  Indo  China. 

CHALMERS,  Arthur  Moris  on  (TAM- 
SUl),  H.B.M.  Consul.  Appointed 
Student  Interpreter  in  Japan,  July 
20, 1832;  acting  Consul  at  Yokohama 
and  assistant  acting  Judge,  1889; 
acting  Consul  at  Nagasaki,  1892, 
1893,  and  1894;  acting  Consul  at 
Hakodate,  1895  and  1896;  promot- 
ed 1st  Assistant,  Aug.  8,  1896  ;  act- 
ing Vice-Consul  at  Hiogo,  June  to 
Nov.,  1896;  acting  Registrar  in 
Court  at  Yokohama,  1897  to  1898 ; 
acting  Consul  at  Hakodate,  1899  to 
1900 ;  promoted  Vice-Consul  for 
Consular  District  of  Hiogo  and 
Osaka,  April  1,  1901 ;  acting  Consul, 
Yokohama,  1900  to  1901;  acting 
Consul,  Kobe,  1902;  promoted 
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Shimonoseki,  May  21,  1903  ;  trans- 
ferred to  Tamstii,  Dec.  20,  19J4. 
Address  :  H.B.M.  Consulate,  Tam- 
sui,  Formosa. 

CHVM3AUD,  Emil3  Alexis  (SAIGON), 
Conseiller,  Cour  d'Appel ;  b.  Sept. 
5,  1855.  Entree  1' Administration  de 
1%  Justice,  Nov.  8,  1831.  Decora- 
tion: Officer  d'Academie.  Ad- 
dress: S.iijjn,  Inio-China. 

CH \MBERLAIS,  Basil  Hill  (TOKYO), 
Emeritus  Professor  of  Imperial 
University;  b.  Oct.  18,  1850, 
at  South-sea:  Educ.  :  French 
Lycee,  and  English  private  tutor. 
Has  been  connected  with  Japan 
Educational  Department  for  over 
twenty  years.  Publications:  "The 
Classical  Poetry  of  the  Japanese," 
1883;  "Translation  of  the  Kojiki," 
1833;  A  Romanised  Japanese  Rea- 
der, 18S6 ;  The  Language,  Mythology, 
and  Geographical  Nomenclature  of 
Japan,  viewed  in  the  light  of  Aino 
Studies,  1887  ;  Luchuan  Grammar, 
1895  ;  "  Handbook  of  Colloquial 
Japanese,"  3rd  edition,  1898; 
Practical  Introduction  to  the  Stt^y 
of  Japanese  Writing,  1899 ;  "  Things 
Japanese,"  5th  edition,  1905 ;  Mur- 
ray's Japan,  3rd  and  subsequent 
editions  (in  collaboration  with 
AV.  B.  Mason),  1891-1933;  many 
papers  in  Transactions  of  Asiatic 
Society  of  Japan,  and  other  learned 
societies;  and  several  works  in 
Japanese.  Address :  Imperial 
University,  Tokyo,  Japan. 

CHYMPEA.UX,  G.  d3  (HONGKONG), 
Manager  for  Messageries  Maritimes 
no.  Baen  in  Colony  over  21  years. 
Club  :  Hongkong.  Address :  Queen's 
Building 4,  H 


CHAN  TIEN-YU  (see  :  JEME  TIKN-YU). 

CHANCELLOR,  Captain  Alexanier 
Richard  (SINGAPORE),  Superinten- 
dent, Tanjong  Pagar  Dock  Board 
Police ;  ft.  June  3,  1869.  Captain,  4th 
Battalion  H.L.I.  ;  2nd  in  Com- 
mand, Bu-badoes  Police,  Dec.  4, 
1895 ;  acting  Inspector  General, 
B:u-badoes  Police,  May-Nov.,  1897, 
Nov.  1898  to  Feb.  1893,  and  July- 
Sept,  1931;  Acting  Governor"  of 
Prison,  Birbadoes,  June-Dec.  1931; 
Adjutant  Barbadoes  Volunteers, 
Jan.-June  1932 ;  assistant  Superin- 
tendent Police,  Straits  Settlements, 
Sept.  22,  1932 ;  acting  Chief  Police 
Officer,  Malacca,  Sept.  16,  1933,  to 
Oct.  33,  1935  ;  seconded  as  Superin- 
tendent Tanjong  Pagar  Dock  Board 
Police,  Nov.  1,  1935.  Address: 
Everton  House,  Neil  Bo  ad,  Singa- 
pore, Straits  Settlements. 

CHANG    CHEN-HSUN    (PEKING), 

Chinese  official  service  ;  6.  at  Singa- 
pore. Managing  Director  of  Yueh- 
Han  Railway ;  Director  of  Imperial 
Stud  Court ;  appointed  commis- 
sioner for  inspecting  commerce  in 
foreign  countries,  Oct.,  1934. 

CHANG  CH'ENG-HSUN  (Axcnixo), 
Secretary,  Board  of  Punishments; 
metropolitan  graduate  of  1877. 
Appointed  Ch'uan-pei  Tao,  Sze- 
chwan,  Feb.,  1892;  Feng-Ying-Liu- 
Ssu  Tao.,  Anching-fu,  Anhui,  Aug., 
1931. 

CHANG  CHIH-TUNG,   Vicaroy 

(CHANGSHA),  native  of  Chihli ; 
metropolitan  graduate  of  1863.  Ap-' 
pointed  Judicial  Commissioner, 
Kwangtung,  Mar.,  1865;  Financial 
Commissioner ;  Kiangsu,  May,  1868; 


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assistant  supervisor  of  Instruction 
1880  ;  Governor  of  Shansi,  Jan.,  1882; 
Governor-General  of  Two  Kwang 
Aug.,  1884;  Governor-General  of 
Hu  Kuang,  Aug.,  1889  ;  officiated  as 
Governor-General  of  Liang  Kiang, 
1894  and  1895  ;  consulting  member 
of  Government  Council,  Apiil,  1901  ; 
junior  Guardian  of  the  Heir  Ap- 
parent, Dec.,  1901;  High  Commis- 
sioner for  Commerce,  July,  1902; 
officiated  as  Governor-General  of 
Liang  Kiang,  Dec.,  1902 ;  called  to 
Peking,  June,  1903  ;  resumed  office 
as  Governor-General,  Hu-Kuang, 
Dec.,  1903;  Viceroy  of  Liang  Hu 
(Hunan  and  Hupeh)  1905-6 ;  Head  of 
Canton-Hankow  Railway,  and  one 
of  the  most  influential  men  in  China. 
Address :  Changsha,  Hunan  pro- 
vince, China. 

CH'ANG-CH'UN,  Lieut. -General  (PE- 
KING), native  of  Mongolia.  Ap- 
pointed Deputy  Lieut.-General, 
Hsi-an,  Mar.,  1885;  ditto,  Ch'eng-tu 
(Szechwan),  Jan.,  1901 ;  Tartar 
General,  Hsi-an-fu,  Shensi,  1902; 
ordered  to  Peking,  Feb.,  1906. 

CH'ANG-EN,  Tartar  General  (HANG- 
CHOW),  native  of  Manchuria.  Ap- 
pointed Lieut.-General,  Hangchow, 
March,  1891 ;  Tartar  General,  Hang- 
chow,  June,  1899. 

CH'ANG-HENG  (Kuxosu),  Chinese 
Official  Service;  native  of  Man- 
churia. Appointed  Ch'ang-Chen 
Tao,  Kiangsu,  (Taotai  at  Chin- 
kiang),  June,  1897. 


CHANG  HENG-CHIA  (PEKIXO),  Vice- 
Presdt.  Board  of  War ;  native  of 
Fukien;  metropolitan  graduate  of 


1883.  Appointed  Literary  Chancel- 
lor of  Hunan,  Sept.,  1888;  compiler 
at  the  Han-lin ;  sub-Director  of  the 
Court  of  Sacrificial  Worship,  Aug., 
1899;  sub-director  Grand  Court  of 
Revision,  Jan.,  19D1 ;  Literary 
Chancellor,  Chekiang,  Jan.,  1902; 
Chief  Director  of  Peking  University, 
Feb.,  1904;  Director  of  Imperial 
Banqueting  Court,  Feb.,  1904; 
Junior  Vice-President,  Board  of 
War,  Jan.,  1906. 

CHANG     HSIANG-T'AI,     General 

(Fu.MNG),  native  of  Anhui.  Ap- 
pointed Brigade-General  of  Fur.ing, 
Fukien  Province,  1904. 

CHANG    H3ING    CHIH,    General 

(KrvuAN),  native  of  Shensi.  Ap- 
pointed Brigade  General  of 
Hsining,  Kansu  province,  Oct., 
1901 ;  Commander-in-Chief ,  Ter- 
ritorial Army,  Kansu,  headquarters 
Kuyuan,  Jan.,  19C6. 

CHANG  HSUN,  General  (NING-YI-AN), 
native  of  Kiangsi.  Appoint  ed  Bri- 
gade-General of  Chien-chang  (Xing- 
yuan),  Szechwan  province,  1904. 

CHANG  JEN-CHUN  (  PEKING  ),  Vice- 
Presdt.  Ministry  of  Education  ; 
native  of  Chihli  ;  metropolitan  gra- 
duate, 1868.  Appointed  Kuei-Ping- 
yen  Tao,  Kwangsi,  Sept,  1889;  Judi- 
cial Commissioner,  Kwangtuiig,. 
Dec.,  1894.  Financial  Coir.mitsioneiv 
Kwangtung,  Jan.,  1896  ;  ditto, 
Shantung,  Sept,  1S£8 ;  Director  of 
General  Grain  Transports,  Dec.,. 
1900;  Governor  of  Shantung,  Nov., 
1901;  Governor  of  Honan,  May, 
1902;  Governor  of  Kwangtung.  Apr.,. 
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1905.  senior  Vice-President  Minis- 
try.'of  Education,  Jan.,  19C6. 

CHANG  JEN-FU  (PEKING),  Vice- 
President  of  Censorate.  Appointed 
Literary  Chancellor,  Hupeh,  Sept., 
1885 ;  Compiler  at  the  Han-lin ; 
Tutor  at  the  Imperial  Academy, 
June,  1892  ;  Secretary,  Imperial 
Supervisorate  of  Instruction,  May, 
1890;  Sub-Expositor  at  the  Han- 
lin,  Jan.,  1894;  Director  of  the 
Court  of  State  Ceremonial,  May, 
1896 ;  Governor  of  Peking,  1901 : 
Acting  senior  Vice-President  of 
Censorate,  Aug.,  1901 ;  junior  Vice- 
President  of  the  Board  of  War, 
Jan.,  1902  ;  senior  Vice-President  of 
Censorate,  Jan.,  1902. 

CHANG       KAO-YUAN,       General 

{CHUNGKING),  native  of  Anhui. 
Appointed  Brigade-General  at 
Chungking,  Szechwan  province, 
1902. 

CH'ANG-KENG,  General  (In),  native 
of  Manchuria.  Appointed  Com- 
mandant of  Forces  in  Hi;  Senior 
Resident,  Tibet,  with  rank  of 
Deputy  Lieut.-General,  March, 
1888  ;  Military  Governor  of  Hi,  June 
1890  ;  Lieut.-General  Bordered  Blue 
Banner  corps  ;  ordered  to  Peking 
for  employment,  Sept.  1901 ;  Tartar 
General,  Szechwan,  Dec.,  1901  ; 
President  Board  of  War,  No\\, 
1904;  Tartar  General,  Hi  (Chinese 
Turkestan),  July,  1905. 

CHANG  LIEN-FEN  (CHIXAN),  Chinese 
Official  Service;  native  of  Chekiang. 
Taotai  of  Tientsin,  April,  1901  ; 
Yen-Yi-Tsao-chi  Tao,  Shantung, 
Jan.,  1903  ;  Salt  Commissioner, 
Chilian,  Shantung,  Feb.,  1905. 


CHANG  PO-H3I  (PKKING),  President 
Board  of  Education  ;  native  of 
Hunan  ;  metropolitan  graduate, 
1874.  Appointed  Compiler  at  the 
Han-lin  ;  Literary  Chancellor, 
Shantung,  1881 ;  Literary  Chancel- 
lor, Szechwan,  June,  1888 ;  Liba- 
tioner,  Imperial  Academy,  April, 
1896;  Sub-Chancellor  of  the  Grand 
Secretariat,  Nov.,  1897;  senior 
Vice-President  Board  of  Cere- 
monies, July,  1900;  President  of 
Censorate,  Dec.,  1900;  appointed 
Special  Ambassador  to  England, 
but  embassy  declined,  Feb.,  1901. 
President  Board  of  Works,  Aug., 
1901 ;  President,  Board  of  Punish- 
ments, Nov.,  1901 ;  Commissioner 
of  Education  at  Peking,  Jan.,  1902  ; 
President,  Board  of  Civil  Office, 
Feb.,  1902;  Member  of  Government 
Council,  Nov.,  1903;  President  of 
the  Board  of  Education,  1905-6. 

CH'ANG-SHAN,  Lieut.-General  (PEK- 
ING), Lieut.-General  of  Bordered 
Blue  Mongol  Banner  corps. 

CHANG  SHAO-HUA  (T.UYUEX), 
Chinese  Official  Service  ;  native  of 
Anhui;  metropolitan  graduate,  1874. 
Appointed  T'ung-Yung  Tao,  Chihli, 
June,  1893  ;  Judicial  Commissioner, 
Kiangsi,  Oct.,  1896  ;  Financial  Com- 
missioner, Nanking,  Nov.,  1898  ; 
Financial  Commissioner,  Kiangsi, 
Dec.,  1898 ;  Financial  Commissioner, 
Hunan,  Oct.,  1901 ;  Financial  Com- 
missioner, Yunnan,  Oct.,  1904. 
Financial  Commissioner,  Taiyuen, 
Shansi  province,  1905. 

CHANG  SUNG-LIN,  General  (T'ENG- 
Yi'KH),  native  of  Kiangsu.  Ap- 
pointed Brigade-General  at  Teng- 
V'ueh,  Momein,  Yunnan,  1902. 


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CHANG  T'ING-LIAO  (KUEILIN),  Chin- 
ese Official  Service  ;  native  of 
Honan ;  metropolitan  graduate  of 
1874.  Appointed  I-Hsi  Tao,  Yunnan, 
June,  1893  ;  Judicial  Commissioner, 
Kwangsi,  Sept.,  1898;  Financial 
Commissioner,  Chekiang,  May, 
1901  ;  Financial  Commissioner, 
Kwangsi,  June,  1903 ;  Financial 
Commissioner,  Yunnan,  July,  1904; 
Financial  Commissioner,  Kueilin, 
Kwangsi  Province,  Oct.,  1904. 

CHANG  TSENG-YANG  (CHEKIANG), 
Governor;  native  of  Chihli ;  met- 
ropolitan graduate  of  1868.  Ap- 
pointed Salt  Taotai,  Fukien,  Nov., 
1894 ;  Judicial  Commissioner,  Fu- 
kien, Dec.,  1895 ;  vacated  post, 
April,  1896;  Judicial  Commissioner, 
Szechwan,  March,  1899  ;  Financial 
Commissioner,  Fukien,  Sept.,  1899, 
Financial  Commissioner,  Hunan, 
Sept.,  1900 ;  Financial  Commis- 
sioner, Kwangsi,  Dec.,  1900 ;  Finan- 
cial Commissioner,  Szechwan,  July, 
1902;  Governor  of  Shansi,  Feb., 
1903 ;  acting  Governor,  Hunan, 
July,  1905;  Governor,  Chekiang, 
Oct.,  1905. 

CHANG  TSUNG-PEN,  General 

(YEXCHOU) ;  native  of  Shantung. 
Appointed  to  Yenchoti-fu,  Shan- 
tung province,  1904. 

CHANG  YEN-MOU,  (see  :  CHANG  Yi). 

CHANG  YI,  (PEKING),  also  known 
as  Chang  Yen-mou ;  Chinese 
Official  Service;  native  of  Chihli. 
Appointed  Expectant  Taotai,  King- 
sui ;  Administrator  of  Mines,  Chihli 
and  Jehol,  Nov.,  1898 ;  Expectant 
Metropolitan  Official  of  4th  rank 


and  assistant  Administrator  of 
Railways,  Dec.,  1898;  Reader, 
Grand  Secretariat,  June,  1899; 
attached  to  Prince  Ch'un's  Em- 
bassy to  Germany,  1901 ;  Sub-Chan- 
cellor, Grand  Secretariat,  Dec., 
1901;  assistant  Director  of  Rail- 
ways and  Mines,  Jan.,  1902;  de- 
graded, Dec.,  1903;  rank  of  3rd 
class  conferred,  Nov.,  1904 ;  re- 
stored to  rank  in  spring  of  1904 
owing  to  the  fact  that  he  was  pro- 
ceeding to  London  in  connection 
with  the  claims  in  Court  respecting 
the  Chinese  Engineering  and  Min- 
ing Company;  returned  from 
London,  1905. 

CHANG  YING-LIN  (PEKING),  Chinese 
Official  Service;  native  of  Shan- 
tung; metropolitan  graduate,  1865. 
Appointed  Deputy  Supervisor  of 
Instruction,  June,  1886;  assistant 
Supervisor  of  Instruction,  May, 
1891 ;  Civil  Vice-Governor,  Feng-tien 
and  ex-officio  Literary  Chancellor, 
Sept.,  1891;  assistant  Supervisor 
of  Instruction,  Aug.,  1894;  Chief 
Supervisor  of  Instruction,  Nov., 
1895 ;  Sub-Chancellor,  Grand  Secre- 
tariat, July,  1896;  junior  Vice- 
President,  Board  of  Ceremonies, 
Dec.,  1896;  senior  Vice-President, 
Oct.,  1897;  junior  Vice-President, 
Board  of  Civil  Office,  July,  1900. 

CHANG    YUNG   CH  ING,    General 

(NINGHSIA),  native  of  Honan. 
Appointed  Brigadier  General  at 
Liang  Chou,  Kansu,  1902 ;  transfer- 
red to  Ninghsia,  Kansu  province, 
1904. 

CHAD  ERH  FENG,  General  (('HKNG  - 
Tf),  Chinese  B  innerman ;  Chien 


WHO'S  WHO  IN  THE  FAR  EAST  (JUNE)  190G-7. 


Ch'ang  Tao,  Chengtu,  Szechwan 
province,  July  1904 ;  commanded 
Brigade  in  punitive  expedition  to 
Patang,  Anterior  Tibet,  to  avenge 
death  of  Imperial  Resident,  murd- 
ered in  spring,  1905;  specially 
rewarded,  19C6. 

CHAO  ERH-H3UN,  General  (MUK- 
DEN), metropolitan  graduate,  1874. 
Appointed  Prefect  of  Kuei-Yang; 
Kuei-Tung  Tao,  Kuei-chow,  Oct., 
1890 ;  Judical  Commissioner,  Anhui, 
Apiil,  1895 ;  Judical  Commissioner, 
Shansi,  July,  1898 ;  Financial  Com- 
missioner, New  Dominion,  Nov., 
1898 ;  Financial  Commissioner, 
Shansi,  1902;  Governor,  Hunan, 
Jan.,  1903;  acting  President,  Board 
of  Revenue,  Aug.,  1904;  Officiating 
President,  Board  of  Revenue,  Dec., 
1904;  Promoter  of  the  scheme  for 
the  formation  of  Bank  of  the 
Board  of  Revenue  ;  Tartar-General 
of  Mukden,  Manchuria,  1905-6. 

CHAO  KUO-HSIEN,  General  (CHAO- 
CHOU),  native  of  Hunan.  Appoint- 
ed Brigade-Gen  ei-al,  Chaochou-fu, 
Kwangtung,  1903. 

CHAO  WEI,  General  (P'U-ERH),  native 
of  Yunnan.  Appointed  Brigade- 
General,  P'u-erh,  Yunnan,  1903. 

CHAO  WEI-HSI  (KWEICHOW),  Chinese 
Official  Service  ;  native  of  Kiangsi ; 
metropolitan  graduate,  1890.  Ap- 
pointed Literary  Chancellor, 
Kweichow,  1901. 

CHAPMAN,  Arthur,  (HONGKONG), 
Assessor  of  Rates;  Major,  Hong- 
kong Volunteers ;  b.  Dec.  1,  1861. 
Assessor  of  taxes,  1889;  acting 
assistant  Superintendent,  Fire 


Brigade,  1891-92  ;  J.P.,  1894  ;  Lieut. 
Hongkong  Volunteer  Corps,  1893; 
Capt.,  1897;  Major,  2nd  in  com- 
mand, 1899 ;  acting  Commandant 
on  several  occasions  ;  thanks  and 
medal  for  services  during  plaguev 
1894 ;  member  of  committee  on 
Volunteer  Corps,  1898  ;  commandeer 
Volunteers  during  disturbances  in 
New  Territory,  1899;  commanded 
Hongkong  and  China  Coronation 
contingent,  1902.  Club :  Hong- 
kong. .Address:  Treasury,  Hong- 
kong. 

CHAPMAN,  William  Thorras  (SKII- 
EMBAN),  B.A.,  Cantab.  ;  F.M.S. 
Civil  Service;  b.  Dec.  25,  1876. 
Cadet,  Negri  Sembilan,  1899 ;  acting 
assistant  Collector  of  Land  Re- 
venue, Seremban,  June,  1903  ;  act- 
ing Registrar  of  Titles,  Nov.,  1903  r 
appointed  Inspector  of  Schools  but 
continued  as  acting  Collector  of 
Land  Revenue,  Seremban,  Jan., 
1904;  District  Officer,  Chiistmas  Is- 
land, 1904.  Address:  Seremban, 
Negri  Sembilan,  Federated  Malay 
States. 

CHAPPELL  Rev.  Benjamin  (TCKVO), 
A.M. ;  Clergyman  ;  b.  April  3,  1852  ; 
m.  June  21,  1890.  Edu.c. :  Mount 
Allison  University,  Canada; 
graduated  A.B.,  Mount  Allison, 
1873;  A.M.,  1881.  Entered  the 
Methodist  Ministry  in  1874; 
pastorate  of  churches  in  New- 
Brunswick  and  Prince  Edward 
Island,  Canada,  1874-1880,  and' 
1882-1889;  Missionary  work  among 
new  settlers  in  British  Columbia,. 
1880-1882  ;  joined  Japan  Conference 
of  Methodist  Episcopal  Church,. 


jChar 


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1890 ;  Dean  of  School  of  Theology, 
Aoyama  Gakuin,  Tokyo,  1896-1897  ; 
Dean  of  College  and  Principal  of 
Academy,  Aoyama  Gakuin,  Tokyo, 
1899-1936.  Publications:  "  Christia- 
.  nity  and  War."  Address  :  Aoyama 
Gakuin,  Tokyo,  Japan. 

<CHARRIN,   Jean  Juilien  Louis 

(TANAN),  Resident ;  Administrator, 
2nd  class  ;  b.  Feb.  26,  1853.  Joined 
Indo-Chiua  Civil  Service,  July  1, 
1884;  Administrator,  4th  class,  July 
1,  1893  ;  Administrator,  3rd  class, 
Sept.  1,  1898 ;  Administrator,  2nd 
class,  Jan.  1, 1903.  Address  :  Tanan, 
Province  of  Tanan,  Cochin-China. 

CHATER,  Sir  Catchick  Paul  (HONG- 
KONG),  Kt, ;    C.M.G. ;    Member  of 

the  Executive  Council ;  Consul  for 
Siam;  b.  1846;  s.  of  Chater  Paul 
Chater,  of  Calcutta.  Arrived  in 
Hongkong,  1864,  as  assistant  in 
Bank  of  Hindustan,  China,  and 
Japan ;  resigned  from  bank  and 
started  business  as  exchange  and 
bullion  broker,  1886;  J.P.,  1888; 
sat  in  Legislative  Council  as  acting 
member  during  the  absence  on 
leave  for  one  year  of  Mr.  F.  Sassoon, 
1886-7 ;  was  on  holiday  in  India 
when  Mr.  Sassoon  resigned,  1887, 
and  was  unanimously  elected  for 
a  term  of  six  years  to  represent 
the  Justices  of  the  Peace ;  was 
re-elected  for  a  further  period  of 
six  years,  1893,  and  again  in  1899, 
retiring  upon  the  expiration  of  his 
third  term  of  office,  Jan.,  1906; 
during  office  as  unofficial  member 
was  elected  to  the  Executive 
Council,  which  seat  still  retains; 
in  1884  started  a  godown  business 


at  Kowloon,  purchasing  the  sea, 
beach  from  the  Government  and 
erecting  godowns;  in  1883  amal- 
gamated with  Jardine,  Matheson 
and  Co., and  established  the  existing 
Hongkong  and  Kowloon  Wharf 
and  Godown  Co.,  reclaiming  fore- 
shores and  erecting  present 
godowns  and  wharves ;  originated 
the  Praya  Reclamation  in  1887 
by  writing  to  the  Government  and 
submitting  a  scheme,  which  was 
accepted  by  marine  lot  holders; 
visited  England  later  and  received 
the  sanction  of  the  Secretary  of 
State  to  carry  out  the  work, 
the  foundation  stone  being  laid  at 
the  corner  of  existing  cricket 
ground  by  the  Duke  of  Connaught 
in  1890;  presented  statue  of  the 
Duke  of  Connaught  to  the  Colony 
in  commemoration  of  the  event; 
work  was  concluded  on  the 
reclamation  in  19J5,  the  result 
being  the  addition  to  the  Colony 
of  considerable  foreshore  upon 
which  has  been  erected  some  of 
finest  hongs  east  of  Suez ;  was  the 
first  to  advocate  the  acquirement 
of  the  present  New  Territory  on 
the  mainland  of  China,  writing  to 
the  Government  four  years  before 
the  actual  leasing  of  the  territory ; 
organised  an  appeal  to  the  Govern- 
ment later  by  the  Chamber  of 
Commerce,  the  China  Association, 
and  the  unofficial  Members  of  the 
Legislative  Council,  and  success- 
fully urged  the  negotiation  for 
a  lease  of  the  territory,  which  was 
subsequently  granted  by  China; 
has  been  identified  in  most  public 
movements  since  arrival  in  Colony ; 


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Ch'en 


•was  treasurer  and  .afterwards 
chairman  of  Queen's  Jubilee  Com- 
mittee;  Chairman  of  Diamond 
Jubilee  Committee  (then  created 
C.M.G.)  erected  first  Anglican 
Church  at  Kowloon;  is  chairman 
and  director  of  principal  public 
companies,  including  Hongkong 
and  Whampoa  Dock  Company; 
supports  all  sports ;  has  been 
steward  of  the  Jockey  Club  for 
25  years  and  President  for  many 
years  ;  was  created  Knight  in  1992. 
Cliibs  :  Hongkong  ;  most  sporting. 
Address:  Marble  Hall,  Conduit 
Road,  Hongkong. 

CHATHAM,  Hm.  Wm.  (HONGKONG), 
M.I.C.E.;  Director  of  Public  Works. 
Educ.  :  Royal  High  School,  Edin- 
burgh, and  Edinburgh  University. 
Assistant  to  Messrs.  Thos.  Meek 
and  Son,  C.E.,  Edinburgh;  and 
afterwards  to  the  engineer  of 
the  Bristol  Docks ;  appointed 
Executive  Engineer  in,  the  Public 
Works  Department,  Hongkong,  in 
1893,  and  Director  of  Public  Works 
•  in  1901 ;  member  of  the  Executive 
and  Legislative  Councils  ;  Vice- 
President  of  the  Sanitary  Board  ; 
chairman  of  the  Public  Works  and 
other  committees  ;  was  a  member 
of  the  Queen's  Jubilee  Committee, 
1897,  and  acted  as  Hon.  Secretary 
formany  years,  during  the  carrying 
out  of  the  permanent  memorials 
(on  which  a  sum  of  £20,000  was 
expended)  in  the  shape  of  Hospital 
for  Women  and  Children  and  the 
construction  of  a  road,  five  miles 
in  length,  along  the  southern  part 
of  the  island.  Club :  Hongkong. 
Address  :  The  Peak,  Hongkong. 


CHENAGON,  Calonel  Georges    N.  J. 

(HANOI),  Commandant  183  Ragt. 
d'Infanterie  Coloniale.  Decora- 
tion :  Chevalier  de  la  Le"gioii 
d'Honneur.  Address  :  Hanoi,  Ton- 
kin, Indo-China. 

CH  EN  CHAO-WEN  (CHEKIANG),  Chi- 
nese Offisial  Service ;  native  of 
Hunan ;  metropolitan  graduate, 
1868.  Appointed  Reader  at  th3 
Han-lin,  April,  1896;  Governor  of 
Peking,  1896  ;  Governor  of  Peking, 
Nov.,  1893;  Vice-Governor,  Mukden, 
Dec.,  1898;  Director  of  Court  of 
Sacrificial  Worship,  Mar.,  1902; 
Literary  Chancellor,  Chekiang, 
1904. 

CHEN  CHING  TZU  (Kixxasi),  Chinese 
Official  Service  ;  native  of  Hupeh, 
Appointed  Yung-Ting-Po  Tao, 
Chihli,  Oct.,  1S95;  Judicial  Cam 
missioner,  Kweichow,  Oct.,  1899  ; 
retired  (ill-health)  Dec.,  1899; 
Judicial  Commissioner,  Kiangri 
winter,  1904. 

CHZN  H. \I-PENG,  Ganeral  (Sui- 
CHING),  native  of  Hunan.  Brigadier 
General  at  Sui-ching,  province  oj 
Hunan. 

CH'EN  HSU,     General  (TSUXG-MING), 

Native  of  Kwangtung.  Brigadier 
General,  Tsung-Ming,  province  of 
Kiangsu. 

CH  EN  K'UEI  LIN,  (P.YOTIN:;),  Chinese 
Official  Service ;  native  of  Kwei- 
chow ;  metropolitan  graduate,  1830. 
Appointed  Grain  Taotai,  Hunan, 
1901;  Yunting  Ho  Tao,  Paoting, 
Chihli  province,  1904. 

CH'EN  KUEI-LUNG  (KIAXGSU), 
Governor  ;  native  of  Kweichow ; 


Cli'en 


WHO'S  WHO  IN  THE  FAR  EAST  (JUNE)  1906- 


metropolitan  graduate,  1886.  Ap- 
pointed Vice-Governor  of  Pek- 
ing, June,  1900  ;  Governor  of 
Peking,  Sept,  1900  ;  Financial  Com- 
missioner, Honan,  May,  1901 ; 
Director  General  of  Grain  Trans- 
port, Dec.,  1901 ;  Governor,  Honan, 
April,  190C ;  Governor,  Kiangsu, 
Feb.,  1906. 

CH'EN  MING-K'AN  (PEKING),  Chinese 
Official  Service  ;  native  of  Kiangsu  ; 
provincial  graduate.  Appointed 
Secretary,  Board  of  Foreign  Af fail's, 
Dec.,  1901;  Vice-President,  Im- 
perial Clan  Court,  March,  19C6. 

CHENOWETH,  R.  (KowLOON),  Com- 
mander of  revenue  cruiser  "  Likin  " 
of  Impel  ial  Maritime  Customs. 
Ai  lived  in  China  1873  ;  joined  re- 
venue ciuiser  "Kwashing"  at 
Shanghai,  Feb.,  1877,  and  has  since 
been  connected  with  coastal  depart- 
ment of  Imperial  Maritime  Customs 
service.  Address  :  Revenue  Cruiser 
"  Likin,"  Kowloon,  China. 

CH'EN  PI  (PEKING),  Vice-President 
Board  of  Revenue  ;  native  of 
Fukien  ;  metropolitan  graduate, 
1877.  Appointed  Sub-Director 
Court  Impel  ial  Stud,  Aug.,  19G1  ; 
employed  in  Council  of  Govern, 
ment  Reform  ;  Governor  of  Peking, 
Sept.,  1901 ;  junior  Vice-President, 
Board  of  Commerce,  Sept.,  190C  ; 
senior  Vice-President,  Board  of 
Commerce,  Jan.,  1904.  Vice-Pre- 
sident, Board  of  Revenue,  Sept. 
1905. 

CH'EN  PANG-JUI  (PEKING),  Vice-Pre- 
sident Board  of  Revenue  ;  native 
of  Chekiang  ;  metropolitan  gra- 
duate, 1868.  Appointed  Commis- 


sioner, Office  of  Transmission. 
Nov.,  1900  ;  junior  Vice-President, 
Board  of  Works,  June,  1901  ; 
employed  in  Council  of  Govern- 
ment Reform,  July,  1931  ;  junior 
Vice-President,  Board  of  Revenue,, 
Nov.,  1901 ;  senior  Vice-President „ 
Board  of  Revenue,  Feb.,  1902. 

CH'ENG  CHANG  (PEKING),  Vice-Pre- 
sident of  Censorate.  Appointed 
Chief  Secretary,  Tsung-li  Yam  en  ; 
Hui  -  Ning  -  Ch'ih  -  T'ai  -  Kuang  Tao,. 
Toatai  at  Wuhu,  March,  1889; 
suspended  from  office,  Aug.,  1891  ; 
vacated  post  and  summoned  to 
Peking  for  audience,  Jan.,  1892 ; 
assistant  Superintendent,  Board  of 
Admiralty  ;  Sub-Director,  Banquet- 
ing Court,  Jan.,  1897  ;  Sub-Director,, 
Court  of  Sacrificial  Worship  Sept., 
1898  ;  Deputy  Commissioner  of  the 
Office  of  Transmission,  Nov.,  1898  ; 
Vice-Director,  Imperial  Clan  Court » 
Jan.,  1899;  Vice-President,  Censo- 
rate, Jan.,  1901. 

CH'ENG-HSUN,  General  (NANKING), 
native  of  Manchuria.  Appointed 
Grain  Intandant,  Shantung,  May. 
1886  ;  Ta-Shun-Kuang  Tao,  Chihli, 
Sept.,  1886;  Feng-Chin-Shan-hai 
Tao,  July,  1887  ;  Taotai,  Kiukiang. 
May,  1892;  Ning-Shao-Tai  T<i<>. 
Chekiang,  1899;  Judicial  Com- 
missioner, Kiangsu,  Feb.,  1901  : 
Financial  Commissioner,  Chekiang. 
Sept.,  1901 ;  Governor,  Anhui,  Jan., 
190S  ;  Tartar-General,  Kiangningv 
Nanking,  March,  1906. 

CH'ENG  WEN-PING,  Admiral  (SHANG- 
HAI), native  of  Anhui.  Appointed 
Commander-in-Cliief  at  Hupeh  ; 
Commander-in-Chief  at  Fukien, 


WHO'S  WHO  IN  THE  FAR  EAST  (JUNE)  1900-7. 


Chi 


Dec.,  1894  ;  Admiral  of  the  Yangtse, 
Juiie,  1901. 

CHENIEUX,  Olivier  Victor  (SAIGON), 
Resident ;  Administrator,  1st  class  ; 
b.  June  7,  1854.  Joined  Indo-China 
Civil  Service,  Jan.  1,  1881  ;  Ad- 
ministrator, 4th  class,  Jan.  1, 
1881  ;  Administrator,  Crd  class, 
Jan.  1,  1886 ;  Administrator,  2nd 
da.ss,  Aug.  1,  1889;  Administrator, 
l£t  class,  Sept.  1,  1S£8.  Deccra- 
ticn  :  Chevalier  de  la  Le'gion 
d'Honreur.  Address  :  Saigon, 
Cochin-China. 

CHEON,  Jean  Nice  las  (HANOI),  Re- 
sident; Administrator,  2nd  class; 
b.  May  20,  1857.  Joined  Indo-China 
Civil  Service,  May  20,  1882  ;  Admin- 
istrator, 4th  (hiss,  July  14,  1893; 
Administrator,  Srd  class,  May  £1, 
1899;  Administrator,  2nd  class,  Jan. 
1,  1902.  Decoration:  Officier  d'Ac- 
ademie.  Address :  Hanci,  Tonkin, 
Indo-China. 

CHESNE,  Alphcnse  (BiEN-HOA),  Re- 
sident; Administrator,  1st  class; 
b.  Aug.  2,  1863.  Joined  Indo-China 
Civil  Service,  Feb.  20,  1885  ;  Admin- 
istrator, 4th  dass,  Feb.  1,  1889; 
Administrator,  Srd  class;  Jan.  1, 
1892;  Administrator,  2nd  class, 
Sept.  1,  1898;  Administrator,  1st 
thus,  Feb.  7,  1901.  A ddress  :  Bien- 
Hoa,  Province  of  Bien-Hoa,Cochin- 
China. 

CHEVALIER,     Father     Stanislas 

(SiCA\VEi),  Director  of  Astronomi- 
cal Observatory,  Sicawei,  Shang- 
hai;  b.  Oct.  22,  1852,  in  Biittany, 
France.  Director  of  meteorological 
observatory,  Sicawei,  1890-96  ; 
surveyed  Upper  Yangtsze  valley, 


1S97-98;  Director  of  a&troncn:ical 
observatory,  1911.  Public  aticns  : 
"Etude  sur  les  crsges  dais  le 
Kiang-nan  en  1889,"  "Etude  sur 
1'etablissement  de  la  mor.sson 
d'ete  et  de  la  mcusson  d'hiver  sur 
la  c6te  de  Chine,"  "Typhoons  de 
1892,"  "  La  navigation  a  vapeur  sur 
le  hint  Yangtze,"  "Le  Haut 
Yangtze,  de  Itchang  fou  a  Sing- 
chan  hein  en  1897-98,"  and  numerous 
ai  tides  in  annual  reports  of  Shang- 
hai Meteorological  Society  ;  also 
numerous  maps.  Decorations  : 
Laureat  de  1'Academie  ties  Sciences 
et  de  la  Societe  de  Geographic  de 
Paris.  Address:  Astronomical 
Observatory,  Sicawei,  Shanghai. 

CHEVALLIER,  Harvey  (U  P  p  E  R 
PERAK),  F.M.S.  Civil  Service, 
b.  Mar.  81,  1861.  Distiiet  Officer, 
KuaU  Pilah,  1890;  acting  assistant 
Distiict  Officer,  Tampin,  July,  1892, 
Nov.,  1895;  acting  Distiict  Officer, 
Coast,  Dec.,  1895;  District  Officer, 
Tampin,  Jan.,  1897  ;  District  Officer, 
Kuala  I-ilah,  Oct.,  1897  ;  acting 
Resident,  Negii  Sembilan,  Oct., 
1801;  acting  District  Magistrate, 
Kuala  Kangsar,  May,  1902;  acting 
Distiict  Officer,  Kuala  Kangsar, 
Jan.,  1903;  acting  District  Officer, 
Upper  Perak,  19C6.  Address :  Upper 
Perak,  Federated  Malay  States. 

CHEVALLIER,  General  M.  E.  (HANOI), 
General  of  Division  and  Comman- 
der in  Chief  of  the  French  military 
forces  in  Indo-China.  Decoration  ; 
G.O.  of  Legion  d'Honneur.  Ad- 
dress :  Military  Headquarters, 
Hanoi,  Tonkin,  Indo-China. 

CHI  LU  (PEKINO\  Vice-Pi  esident 
Board  of  Civil  Office.  Comptroller 
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WHO'S  WHO  IN  THE  FAR  EAST  (JUNE)  1906-7. 


of  the  Household,  Dec.  1899  ; 
junior  Vice-President,  Board  of 
Works,  1900  ;  senior  Vice-President, 
Board  of  Works,  spiing,  1901 ; 
deputy  Lieut.-General,  Plain  white 
Banner  corps,  1901 ;  junior  Vice- 
President,  Board  of  Civil  Offica, 
May,  1902  ;  Vice-President,  Board 
of  Civil  Office,  Feb.,  1905. 
CHI-SHZ,*3,  Lieut. -General 
(PEKiNG),  native  of  Manchuria. 
Deputy  Lieut.-Geueral,  Ching-k'ou, 
April,  1895;  Lieut.-General,  Plain 
Bed  Mongol  Banner  Corps,  1904. 

CHIANG  KUEI-T'I  (PEKING),  native  of 
Anhwei.  Appointed  Commander-in- 
Chief,  .Kansu,  Feb.,  1901;  in  com- 
mand of  Yuan  Shih-K'ai's  troops  at 
Peking,  July,  1901. 

CHIC  HESTER,  Major  /.rlngton 
AugULtus  (HONGKONG),  D.S.O.  De- 
puty Asst.  Adjutant  Geneial;  I. 
July  2, 1863,  s.  of  late  Major-Gen. 
J.  O.  (Winchester,  of  Western  House, 
Chudleigh,  Devon ;  m.  1891.  Eva 
Isabella  Maude,  3rd  d.  of  Mi-.j-.Gen. 
H.  Justice,  formerly  I.S.C.,  of 
Riven  Hall,  Southsea.  Educ. :  Chel- 
tenham College  ;  Bcyal  Military 
College;  passed  Staff  College. 
Entered  Dorsetshire  Regiment  as 
Lieut.,  1884  ;  Capt.,  March  11 ;  1891 ; 
Major,  Feb.  26,  3892;  tame  1o 
China,  Aug.,  1804  ;  served  in  South 
African  War,  1899-1801,  on  Staff; 
at  relief  of  Lady  smith,  including 
operations  of  Jan.  17  to  24,  1900, 
and  action  at  Spion  Kop ;  opera- 
tions of  Feb.  5  to  7,  1900,  ai^d 
action  at  Vaal  Kvanz ;  operations 
on  Tugela  Heigh  s  (Fei».  14  lo  a/, 
an  t  action  at  Pietei's  I  il. ; 
ion.3  in  lha  Transvaal  in 


Jun.,  1930;  operations  in  Natal, 
March  to  June,  1900,  including 
action  at  Laing's  Nek  (Jun.  6  to  9) ; 
operations  in  Orange  River  Colony 
(Jun.,  1930) ;  mentioned  in  despat- 
ches, Sept.  10,  1901.  Decorations: 
Queen's  medal  with  5  clasps;  King's 
medal  with  2  clasps ;  D.S.O. 
Clubs  :  Hongkong  ;  Ciicket.  Ad- 
dress :  Military  Headquarters, 
Hongkong. 

CHIH-JUI,  General  (NINGHSIA),  native 
of  Manchuria ;  metropolitan  gra- 
duate, 1880  ;  assistant  Military 
Governor.  Appointed  Chief  Super- 
visor of  Instruction,  June,  1889  ; 
denounced  two  foreigners  to  the 
Throne,  Nov.,  1889,  for  wrong 
fulfilment  of  contracts  for  ammuni- 
tion ;  Sub-Chancellor,  Grand 
Secretariat,  March,  1893  ;  Vice- 
President  Board  of  Ceremonies, 
March,  1894  ;  Military  assistant 
Governor,  Uliasut'ai,  Dec.,  1894  ; 
Commandant  of  Forces,  Hi,  O^t., 
1899 ;  assistant  Military  Governor, 
Niughsia,  Kansu,  April,  19C6. 

CH  IN  SHOU-CHANG  (PEKING),  Vice- 
President  Board  of  War  ;  native  of 
Kiangsu ;  metropolitan  graduate, 
1883.  Appointed  Sub  Chancellor, 
Grand  Secretariat  in  summer,  1901 ; 
Literary  Chancellor,  Fukien,  Jan., 
1902 ;  junior  Vice-President,  Board 
of  Works,  Jan.,  1902.,  ;  senior  Vice- 
President,  Board  of  War,  April, 
1904. 

CHINA,  Emperor  of  (see :  KUANG  Hsu). 

CHINA,  Empress  Dowa jer  or  (see : 
TSZE  H:). 

CH1KA  (MID),  Bishop  Of  (see :  MOULE, 
Rr.  REV.  Giooiu;.:  FAA.NS). 


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CMr 


CHINA  (NORTH),  Bishop  Of  (see: 
SCOTT,  RT.  REV.  CHARLES  PERRY). 

CHINA  (WESTERN),  Bishop  of  (see  : 
CASSELS,  RT.  REV.  WILLIAM 
WHARTOX). 

CHINDA,     Etami    ITOKYO),    ex-Vice- 

Minister  of  F  oreign  Affairs;  b.  1856, 
at  Hirosaki.  Educ. :  American 
University;  graduated  1881.  Ap- 
pointed clerk  of  Foreign  Office, 
1885  ;  was  appointed  to  the  charge 
of  telegraph  section  in  same 
office ;  Consul  at  San  Francisco, 
1890 ;  removed  to  Consulate  at 
Ninsen  ;  Consul-General  at  Shang- 
hai, 1895;  Minister  Resident  at 
Brazil  ;  later  at  the  Hague,  1899- 
1900  ;  Minister  Plenipotentiary  and 
Envoy  Extraordinary  at  St.  Peters- 
burg, 1900  ;  recalled  in  1901  to 
assist  Baron  Komura  as  his  im- 
mediate subordinate  ;  resigned  from 
Foreign  Office,  Jan.,  1906.  Address: 
Tokyo,  Japan. 
CHING,  Prince  (see:  I-K'UANG.) 

CHING -HOU  (PEKING),  Vice-President, 
Board  of  War  ;  Imperial  clansman. 
Appointed  assistant  Supervisor  of 
Instruction,  Aug.,  1901  ;  Reader 
at  the  Hanlin ;  Vice-President, 
Board  of  Ceremonies,  Mukden, 
Feb.,  1903;  senior  Vice-President, 
Board  of  War,  July,  1905. 

CHING -H3ING,  General  (FOOCHOVV), 
native  of  Manchuria.  Appointed 
Grain  Intendant,  Kiangsu,  Oct., 
1888  ;  Shan-An  Tao,  Shansi,  March, 
1898 ;  Salt  Commissioner,  Ch'ang-lu, 
•Chihli,  March,  1897;  Judicial  Com- 
missioner, Shansi,  Feb.,  1898  ;  do., 
Shantung,  Oct.,  1898;  Financial 
Commissioner,  Honan,  Nov.,  1898; 


Governor,  Kiangsi,  Nov.,  1930  ;  do., 
Hupeh,  Dec.,  1900  ;  Tartar-General, 
Foochow,  Fukien  province,  Feb., 
1901 ;  retired,  April,  1902. 

CH'ING-FU  (  PEKING  ),  ex  Vice-Pre- 
sident  of  Censorate ;  native  of 
Manchuria.  Appointed  Sub-Chan- 
cellor, Grand  Secretariat,  Vice- 
President  Mongolian  Superinteii- 
dency,  Feb.,  1888 ;  Deputy  Lieut.  - 
General,  Plain  White  Banner 
Corps ;  degraded  to  Minor  Court 
Official  of  3rd  rank,  March,  1894 ; 
Director,  Court  of  Sacrificial  Wor- 
ship, April,  1894 ;  senior  Vice-Pre- 
sident, Censorate,  August,  1899; 
retired  ill-health,  April,  1905. 

CH'ING-JUI,  Tartar  General  (CHINO- 
CHOU),  native  of  Mongolia.  Ap- 
pointed Sub-Chancellor,  Grand  Sec- 
retariat, Dec.,  1895 ;  Vice-President, 
Mongolian  Superintendency,  Feb., 
1898  ;  Vice  -  President,  Mukden 
Board  of  Punishments,  Nov.,  1899; 
Vice-President,  Board  of  Revenue, 
Dec.,  1899 ;  President,  Censorate, 
Nov.,  1903;  Tartar  General,  Cbing- 
chou,  Shantung  province,  Nov., 
1904. 

CH'ING-SHU  (HSINING),  Imperial  Re- 
sident; native  of  Manchuria; 
provincial  graduate.  Kung-ch'in- 
Chieh  Tao,  Kansu,  March,  1904; 
brevet  rank,  Deputy  Assistant 
Military  Governor,  Imperial  Resi- 
dent, Hsining,  Kansu,  1906. 

CHIRA,  Prince  (BANGKOK),  Comman- 
der-iu-Chief,  Siamese  Army  ;  Prince 
of  Nakonchaisi ;  b.  Nov.  7,  1876,  g. 
of  His  Majesty  King  Chulalonkorn 
of  Siam ;  m.  1904,  Princess  Sumonal. 
Educ. :  Europe.  Received  his  early 


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education  in  Europe  and  spent 
most  of  his  time  in  England 
and  Denmark ;  he  began  his  mili- 
tary career  in  Denmark,  where 
he  received  his  first  commission 
as  Lieutenant;  promoted  Captain, 
Siamese  Army,  1895;  represented 
his  father  on  many  occasions  at 
various  Courts  of  Europe,  including 
Coronation  of  Emp.  Nicholas  II  of 
Russia;  on  returning  to  his  coun- 
try he  attained  rapid  promotion 
and  was  made  Colonel  in  1898 ;  on 
establishment  of  a  General  Staff 
in  Siam  on  European  model  was 
appointed  its  first  chief ;  was  pro- 
moted Major  General  in  1900; 
having  taken  most  active  and 
prominent  pait  in  reorganisation 
of  Army  was  nominated  Ccrmnan- 
der-in-Chief  and  promoted  to  rank 
of  Lieuteuant-General  of  Siamese 
Army,  1903.  Decorations:  Fifteen 
grand  crosses  of  different  nations, 
medals,  etc.  Publications:  Several 
works  on  military  subjects  in 
Siamese.  Address :  Bangkok,  Siam. 

CHITTY,  Major  Walter  Willis 
(HONGKONG),  119th  Infantry ;  b. 
June  11,  1866.  Lieut.  E.  York  Regt. 
Feb.,  1885  ;  India  Staff  Corps,  July 
12, 1886 ;  captain,  Indian  Army,  Feb. 
7,  1896 ;  Imperial  Yeomanry,  Jan. 
22  to  Oct.  26,  1902;  Major,  Indian 
Army,  Feb.  7,  1903 ;  on  service  in 
British  East  Africa,  1898,  in  the 
operations  against  Ogaden  Som- 
alis,  and  in  Uganda,  1898-99,  in  the 
operations  against  Kabarega.  Dec- 
orations :  Medal  with  clasp,  East 
Africa  ;  clasp  Uganda.  Club :  Hong- 
kong. Address:  Military  Head- 
quarters, Hongkong. 


CH'0-HA-PU,  Tartar  General  (HENG- 
TU),  Appointed  Deputy  Lieut. -Gen- 
eral, Foochow,  Dec.,  1892;  Deputy 
Lieut. -General,  Chin-Chou,  Mar., 
1899  ;  Tartar  General,  Ning-hsiar 
June,  1899;  do.,  Chengtu  July,  1899; 
Military  Governor  Hei-lung-kiang 
Oct.,  1900;  Tartar-General,  Ching- 
Chou,  Mar.,  1903  ;  Tartar  General, 
Chengtu,  Szechwan  province,  Nov., 
1904. 

CHOLMONDELEY,  Rev.  Lionel  Ber- 
ners  (TOKYO),  M.A.,  Oxon  ;  Clergy- 

-  man  ;  b.  Dec.,  11,  1858,  s.  of  Hon 
and  Rev.  Canon  Cholmondeley. 
Educ. :  Uppingham  School  and 
Oriel  College,  Oxford  ;  Beau- 
fort Exhibitioner,  Oriel  College, 
Oxford.  Deacon,  1884 ;  ordained1 
Priest  by  the  Bishop  of  Truro, 

1885  ;  Curate  of  Kenwyn,  Cornwall, 
1884-87 ;    arrived    in    Japan,     1S87  ; 
Chaplain    to    Bishop  Bickersteth, 
1887-1897;    Hon     Chaplain    to    the 
British  Embassy,  Tokyo,  fcince  1902- 
Club  :  Royal  Societies.   Addre**  :  2:> 
Iwato-cho,  Ushigome,  Tokyo. 

CHOU  FANG-MING,  Admiral  (Wr- 
CHANG-FU),  native  of  Hunan.  Ap- 
pointed Admiral  of  the  Yangtsze, 
1904.  Address :  Wuchang-fu,  Hupei 
province. 

CHOU  FU  (LiAXi-KiANG),  Chinese 
Official  Service  ;  native  of  AnhweL 
Appointed  Customs  Taotai,  Tien- 
tsin, March,  1882  ;  acting  Salt 
Commissioner,  Ch'ang-lu,  Nov., 

1886  ;        Judicial       Commissioner,. 
Chihli,    May,  1888;    retired.    May. 
1895  (illness) ;    Financial  Commis- 
sioner, Szechwan,  Sept.,  1899;  do.,. 
Chihli,      Jan.,      1901  ;     Rank     of 


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<T<>ver;ior  of  a  Province,  Dec., 
1901  ;  Governor,  Shantung,  May, 
'  1902  ;  actiag  Governor  General 
Liang-Kiang,  Anhwei,  Oct.,  1934-6  ; 
was  charged  in  1905  with  giving  up 
Chinese  rights  to  foreigners. 

CHOWFA  ASADANG  DAJARVOOT, 
Prince  (BANGKOK),  Prince  of 
SLun  ;  b.  May  1839  ;  8rd  s.  of  King 
Chulalongkoru  I. 

CHOWFA  MAHA  VAJIRAVUDH, 
Princ3(B\NGKOK),G.C.V.O., Crown 
Prince  of  Siam ;  b.  ,lan.  1,  1881 ;  e. 
surviving  s.  and  heir  of  the  King  of 
Siam.  Edv-c. :  Private  Tutor ;  Royal 
Military  College,  Sandhurst ;  Christ 
Church,  Oxford.  Went  to  England 
1893  ;  proclaimed  heir  to  the  throne 
•of  Siam  on  the  death  of  elder 
brother,  1895  ;  represented  the  King 
of  Siam  at  the  Jubilee  of  Queen 
Victoria,  1897 ;  joined  the  Royal 
Military  College,  Sandhurst,  1898 ; 
attached  to  1st  Battery  Durham 
Light  Infantry,  1893 ;  during  same 
year  was  attached  to  No.  6 
Mountain  Battery  during  training 
at  Okehampton  in  Nov.  and  Dec., 
1899  ;  joined  School  of  Musketry  at 
Hythe  and  obtained  officer's  extra 
certificate ;  went  up  to  Oxford, 
Jan.,  1900,  and  remained  till  end  of 
1901 ;  represented  the  King  of  Siam 
-at  the  funeral  of  Queen  Victoria  ; 
represented  the  King  of  Siam  at 
King  of  Spain's  coronation  in  May, 
and  King  Edward's  Coronation  in 
June,  1902.  Publications  :  "  The 
War  of  Polish  Succession,"  1901. 
Recreations:  Riding  and  driving. 
Clubs  :  United  Service  ;  Army  and 
Navy  ;  Junior  United  Service ; 


Travellers' ;  Bachelors'.  Address  : 
Bangkok,  Siam  ;  Siamese  Legation, 
London. 

CHRISTIANI,  Th.  (HONGKONG),  Ex- 
change Broker.  Club  :  Germania  ; 
Hongkong.  Address :  Club,  Hong- 
kong. 

CH'U  H  [ING-CHI  (PEKING),  Assistant 
Grand  Secretary  ;  metropolitan 
graduate,  1871  ;  Minister  of  the 
"  Tsing  Mo  Chu."  Expositor  at  the 
Han-lin  ;  Literary  Chancellor,  Sze- 
chwan,  Sept.,  1891 ;  Chief  Supervisor 
of  Instruction,  March,  1897;  Sub- 
Chancellor  Grand  Secretariat,  Oct., 
1897  ;  Vice-President  Board  of  Cere- 
monies, March,  1893;  President 
Censorate,  Nov.,  1900;  do.  Board 
of  Works,  March,  1901 ;  acting  in 
Grand  Council,  June,  1901 ;  Council 
of  Government  Reform,  June,  1901 ; 
Minister  Board  of  Foreign  Affairs, 
July,  1901 ;  awarded  Yellow  Riding 
Jacket,  Sept.,  1901 ;  Associate 
Director  of  Railways  and  Mines, 
Jan.,  1902;  Grand  Council,  Jan., 
1902;  Member  of  Finance  Com- 
mittee, Oct.,  1903;  Minister  of  the 
"  Tsing  Mo  Chu  ",  1905-6 ;  assistant 
Grand  Secretary,  Feb.,  1906. 

CHU  PAO-K'UEI  (PEKING),  Acting 
2nd  Secretary  Waiwupu ;  Principal 
Secretary  and  Adviser  to  Foreign 
Mission,  1905 ;  assistant  Governor, 
Shantung,  1905  ;  acting  2nd  Sec., 
Waiwupu,  Oct.,  1905. 

CHtJ  TSU-MOU  (CANTON),  Chinese 
Official  Service.  Hanlin  compiler ; 
Hanlin  Expsitor,  April,  1899 ;  Sub- 
Chancellor,  Grand  Secretariat, 
Aug.,  1901;  junior  Vice-President, 
Board  of  Ceremonies,  Feb.,  1902; 


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Literary  Chancellor,   Canton    pro- 
vince, 19C4  ;  resigned  July,  19C5. 
CHULALONGKORN    I.,     (see:     SIAM, 
KING  OF). 

CH'UN,  Prince  (see :  TSAI-FENG). 

CHUN-LIANG,  General  (PEKING), 
native  of  Manchuria  ;  metropolitan 
graduate  1883.  Appointed  Chief 
Supervisor  of  Instruction,  Dec., 
1896  ;  Sub-Chancellor,  Grand  Secre- 
tariat, Jan.,  1896 ;  Brigade-General 
in  Charge  of  Western  Mausolea, 
Nov.,  1899 ;  Imperial  Resident,  Hsi- 
Ning,  1903  ;  ordered  to  return  to 
Peking,  Sept.,  1904. 

CHUNG-HSUN,  Lieut.-General  (PE- 
KING), native  of  Manchuria ;  me- 
tropolitan graduate,  1865.  Appoint- 
ed Chief  Supervisor  of  Instruction, 
1878;  Commissioner  of  Transmission, 
1878 ;  Vice-President,  Censorate, 
1879 ;  degraded,  Jan.,  1883 ;  Com- 
mandant of  Forces,  So-lun,  March, 
1887;  vacated  post,  July,  1894; 
Director  Court  of  State  Ceremonial, 
Oct.,  1895;  Sub-Chancellor,  Grand 
Secretariat,  March,  1898  ;  appoint- 
ed Assistant  Governor,  Kobdo, 
Oct.,  1900,  but  did  not  proceed; 
Deputy  Lieut.-General,  Bordered 
Yellow  Banner  Corps,  Oct.,  1900; 
senior  Vice-President,  Board  of 
Punishments,  Nov.,  1900 ;  Deputy 
Lieut.-General,  Bordered  White 
Banner  Corps,  Summer  1901 ;  Capt.- 
General,  Bordered  Red  Hanchun 
Banner  Coips,  Feb.,  1906. 

CHUNG-LING,  General  (ML-KDEN), 
native  of  Manchuiia;  metropolitan 
graduate,  1877.  Appointed  Chief 
Supervisor  of  Instruction,  Nov., 
1894  ;  Sub-Chancellor  Grand  Sec- 


retariat, May,  1895 ;  Vice-President, 
Board  of  Works,  Mukden,  Aug., 
1896  ;  Lieut.-General,  Hanchun  Yel- 
low Banner  Corps,  July,  1905. 

CHUNG  MUN-YEW  (SHANGHAI),  Head 
of  Board  of  Chinese  Commissioners 
of  the  Shanghai-Nanking  railway. 
Educ.  :  Yale  University,  U.S.A., 
having  proceeded  with  others  in 
1872  and  remaining  until  1875.  Was 
Attache,  then  Secretary,  of  Chinese 
Legation  in  Washington ;  sub- 
sequently Consul-General  Havana, 
Cuba,  and  Manila,  the  latter  post 
being  vacated  in  1905 ;  appointed 
Commissioner  of  Peiyang  Bureau 
of  Foreign  Affairs,  and  in  Jan., 
1906,  proceeded  to  Shanghai  as 
Head  of  the  Board  controlling  the 
Shanghai-Xa,nking  railway. 

CHUNG-SHAN  (FOOCHOW),  Governor  ; 
Imperial  Clansman  ;  Acting  Gover- 
nor-General. Deputy  Lieut.-Gen- 
eral, Chin-chou,  March,  1885 ; 
Tartar-General,  Nanking,  March, 
1899  ;  Military  Governor,  Mukden, 
Nov.,  1900 ;  Tartar-General,  Nan- 
king, April,  1901  ;  Tartar-General, 
Foochow,  April,  1902 ;  acting  Go- 
vernor-General, Min-Che  (Fukien 
and  Chekiang)  provinces,  April, 
1903.  Address:  Foochow,  Fukien 
province. 

CH'UNG-SHOU  (PEKING),  Vice-Pre- 
sident, Board  of  Works ;  Imperial 
Clansman.  Reader  Grand  Sec- 
retariat, Sept.,  1897  ;  Director  Ban- 
queting Court,  May,  1900;  Sub- 
Chancellor  Grand  Secretariat,  Dec., 
1900 ;  Vice-President  Board  of 
Works,  April,  1903. 

CLARE,  Ernest  Edward  Philip  (BATU 
I         GAJAH),  F.M.S.    Civil    Service ;    ft. 


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April  20,  1862.  Assistant  Engineer, 
Public  Works  Department,  New 
Zealand,  1886 ;  Surveyor  at  Perak, 
18£9  ;  1st  grade  Surveyor,  1902; 
Revenvie  Survey  Department,  Batu 
Gajah,  1906.  Address:  Batu  Gajah, 
Perak,  Federated  Malay  State?. 

CLARE,  Duncan  (  HONGKONG  ),  Mer- 
chant ;  partner  in  the  firm  of  Lane, 
Crawford  and  Co.  ;  b.  Oct.  5,  1865  ; 
m.  Daisy,  2nd  d.  of  the  late  D.  II. 
Crawford,  of  Glasgow  and  Hong- 
kong. Came  to  Hongkong  in 
January,  1890,  as  accountant  to 
Lane,  Crawford  and  Co.  ;  admitted 
a  partner  in  1901;  appointed  J.P., 
in  19C2;  appointed,  1903,  permanent 
visiting  Justice  to  the  Po  Leung 
Kok  (Women's  and  Girls'  Pro- 
tection h-oaety) ;  member  finance 
committee,  Alice  Memorial  Hos- 
pital. Address:  "  Tusculum,"  The 
Peak,  Hongkong. 

CLARE,  Hon.  Dr.  Francis  W.  (HONG- 
KONG), M.D.,  Dur.  1900;  M.B.,  1892  ; 
D.P.H.,  Cambridge,  1891;  M.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P.,  London,  1886;  b.  June  23, 
1864.  Educ.:  St.  Paul's  school, 
and  St.  Burtholemew's  and  Middle- 
sex Hospitals.  Medical  Officer  of 
Health  and  Snpeiiutendent  of 
Fever  Hospital,  Lowestoft,  1893; 
Medical  Officer  of  Health,  Hong- 
kong, 1865 ;  Dean  of  College  of 
Medicine  for  Chinese  ;  member  of 
Sanitary  Board  ;  J.P.  1896 ;  Mem- 
ber of  the  Legislative  Council,  1902  ; 
Principal  Medical  Officer  of  Health, 
1905-6.  Recreations :  Yachting ; 
Commodore  of  the  Corinthian 
Yacht  Club  ;  member  of  the  Royal 
Hongkong  Yacht  Club.  Clubs: 


Hongkong;  Royal  Societies.     Ad- 
dress :  The  Peak,  Hongkong. 

CLARE,  John  D.  (SHANGHAI),  M.J.I. ; 
Editor  "Shanghai  Mercury"  and 
"Celestial  Empire";  b.  Aug.  12, 
1842 ;  widower.  Educ. :  Privately, 
and  at  Norwich  Grammar  School ; 
came  to  the  Far  East  in  1831  when 
serving  in  Royal  Navy;  left  Navy 
in  18C5;  was  present  at  the  actions 
of  Shimonoseki  and  Kagoshima  ; 
helped  to  establish  the  "Rising 
Sun  and  Nagasaki  Express  "  in  1873 
and  1874;  was  merchant  and  broker 
in  Shanghai,  1875-79;  established 
"  Shanghai  Mercury "  in  1879. 
Publications:  "Formosa,"  "Sket- 
ches In  and  Around  Shanghai,' 
etc.  Clubs :  Masonic,  Shanghai  ; 
Constitutional,  Lond.  Address: 
24A,  Nanking  Road,  Shanghai, 
China. 

CLARKE,  Brcdie  A.  (SHANGHAI), 
Broker.  Senior  partner  Hopkins, 
Dunn,  and  Co.,  Major,  Shanghai 
Volunteers ;  came  to  China,  1853. 
Club :  Shanghai.  Address:  6,  Yang 
King  Pang  Road,  Shanghai,  China. 

CLARKE,  Dr.  John  Tertlus  (Iron), 
M.R.C.S.,  England  ;  L.R.C.P.  Lon- 
don ;  District  Surgeon;  b.  July  24, 
1865.  Acting  Residency  Surgeon, 
Negri  Sembilan,  1896  ;  District 
Surgeon,  Gopeng,  Krian,  Batang 
Padang,  Lower  Perak,  1897-1903  ; 
District  Surgeon,  Ipoh,  1906.  Ad- 
dress :  Ipoh,  Perak,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

CLAREE,  William  Edward  (HONG- 
KONG), Acting  Secretary  of  Hong- 
kong, Canton  and  Macao  Steam- 
boat Co.  ;  &.  July  11,  1855,  at 


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London.  Educ.  :  Currie's  School, 
Bromley.  Entered  merchant 
sen-ice,  1863;  joined  Steamboat 
Company,  1877,  as  Chief  Officer  ; 
promoted  Commander  and  Canton 
River  Pilot,  1835;  surveyed  West 
Riv^r  and  Delta  Channel*,  and 
inaugurated  first  steamer  traffic, 
Canton  to  Wiicbr.v,  when  latter 
port  was  opened  to  foreign  trade  in 
1833  ;  received  letter  of  thanks  from 
Macao  Government  for  rescue  and 
relief  work  wh  e:i  disastrous 
toi-nado  passei  over  inner  harbour 
of  that  city,  causing  destruction 
and  loss  of  life  amongst  the 
boating  population  ;  was  wrecked 
in  .s.s.  "  Futami  M  xru  "  off  C  ipe 
Kalavite,  Mindoro,  Philippine 
Islands,  1933.  Club  :  Hongkong. 
Adlrzss:  "Dunford,"  The  Peak, 
Hongkong. 


CL.\YTD:?,  L.  H.  (PZXVNS),    B.A., 

Cam1).  ;  Assistant  Protector  of 
Chinese.  Cadet,  Straits  Settlements 
Civil  Service,  Nov.,  1835  ;  acting 
assistant  Protector  of  Chinese  at 
Singxpore,  May,  1897  ;  also  of 
Penang,  Aug.,  1837;  passed  final 
examination  in  Chinese,'  Mar., 
1899  ;  acting  3rd  Magistrate, 
Singapore,  Feb.,  1899;  confirmel 
4th  Magistrate,  Aug.,  1399;  District 
Officer,  Christmxs  I.,  Miy,  1931; 
acting  assistant  Protector  of 
Chinese  and  Indians,  Penaug, 
April,  1934;  assistant,  do.,  Singa- 
pore, May,  1934,  but  continued 
acting  in  Peiiang.  Adlress  : 
Penang,  Straits  Settlements. 

CLAYTON,    Reginald    John    Byard 

(BATANG     PA  DANG),      F.M.S.       Civil 


Service  ;  />.  Dec.  10,  1875.  Cadet? 
Perak,  1893;  acting  Collector  of 
Land  Revenue,  Mitang,  Aug., 
1900 ;  acting  collector  of  Land 
Revenue,  Batang  Padang,  Feb., 
1901  ;  assistant  District  Magistrate 
and  Treasurer,  and  acting  Col- 
lector of  Land  Revenue,  Batang 
Padang,  Jan.,  1932  ;  acting  District 
Officer,  Bluing  Padang  and  Ipoh, 
1903-04;  assistant  District  Officer 
at  Batang  Padang,  1906.  Address : 
Batang  Padang,  Perak,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

CLAYTON,  Thomas  Watts  (KVALA 
LANGAT),  B.A.  Cantab. ;  F.M.S.  Civil 
Service  ;  b.  March  33,  1877.  Cadet, 
Selangor,  1900;  acting  assistant 
Secretary  to  Resident,  Nov.,  1901 
acting  assistant  District  Officer, 
Kuala  Langat,  Jan.,  1932;  acting 
District  Officer,  Kuala  Langat, 
June,  1902  ;  acting  assistant  District 
Officer,  Kuala  Lang  it,  Sept.,  1932  ; 
acting  Secretary,  Sanitary  Board, 
Kuala  Lumpur,  Sept.,  1902  ;  acting 
assistant  Collector  of  Land  Re- 
venue, Nov.,  1932  ;  acting  assistant 
District  Officer,  Klang,  March, 
1903;  assistant  Collector  of  Land 
Revenue,  Kuala  Lumpur,  1905; 
acting  District  Officer,  Kuala 
Langat,  1906.  Address:  Kuala 
Langat,  Selangor,  Federated  Malay 
States. 

CLEAVER,  W.  E.  (SINGAPORE),  B.A. ; 
Barrister- at-Law  ;  6.  Sept.  1,  1871. 
Educ.  :  Haileybury  and  Oriel 
College,  Oxford.  Club:  Singapore, 
Address  :  Singapore,  Straits  Settle- 
ments. 

CLEMENT,  Ernest  Wilson  (TOKYO), 
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Correspondent ;  b.  Feb.  21,  1833  at 
Dubuque,  Iowa,  U.S.A.  ;  m.  Aug. 
26, 1337,  to  Nellie  Hall,  d.  of  E.  L. 
Hall,  of  Beaver  Dam,  Wisconnin. 
Educ.  :  University  of  Chicago. 
Teacher  at  high  schools  and 
academies  in  U.S.A.,  1881-89  ; 
1891-94.  English  Instructor  at  the 
Middle  School,  Mito,  Japan, 
1889-91;  Principal,  Duncan  Baptist 
Academy,  Tokyo,  since  1894  ; 
acting  Interpreter,  United  States 
Legation,  Tokyo,  1893-97  ;  1905-06  ; 
Tokyo  correspondent  for  the 
Chicago  "Daily  News"  since  1895; 
Member  of  the  Council  of  the 
Asiatic  Society  of  Japan.  Publica- 
tions :  "  Handbook  of  Modern 
Japan,"  193C ;  "Japanese  Floral 
Calendar,"  1934  ;  "  Christianity  in 
Molarn  Japan,"  1935,  numerous 
contributions  to  Japan  "  Daily 
Mail  "  and  periodicals  in  America. 
Address:  29,  Sanaizaka  machi, 
Ic-hizaya,  Tokyo,  Japan. 

CLEMETTI,  Cscil  (  TAIPO  ),  M.A., 
Oxon.  ;  Hongkong  Civil  Ser- 
vice;  b.  Sept,  1,  1875.  Educ.  : 
St.  Paul's  School,  and  Magdalen 
College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.,  1898  ;  M.A., 
1931;  Ion.  mention  Hertford  school, 
1895;  1st  clas.*  mods.,  1893;  hor. 
mention  Ireland  and  Craven 
scholarship,  1896  ;  Boden  Sanskrit 
scholar,  1897 ;  prox.  ace.  Gaisford 
(Greek  Prose),  1837;  2nd  class  lit. 
hum.,  1898;  prox.  ace.,  Chancellor's 
Latin  essay,  1899.  Arrived  in 
Colony,  1899;  acting  assistant 
Colonial  Secretary  and  Clerk  of 
Councils,  1900  to  1931 ;  appointed 
Assistant  Registrar  General,  1901 ; 
seconded  for  famine  relief  work 


in  Kwangsi,  April,  1933  ;  appointed 
member  of  Land  Court,  New 
Territories,  Dec.,  1933.  Speaks 
Chinese,  various  dialects.  Club : 
Hongkong.  Address  :  Taipo,  New 
Territoiy,  Hongkong. 

CLENNELL,  Waltar  James  (CHIXAX- 
FU),  B.A.  ;  H.B.M.  Consul  for 
Kiukiang,  officiating  at  Chinanfu  ; 
b.  July  5,  1867,  Hackney,  Lond. ; 
m.  April  12,  1899,  Edith  S.  Sharpies. 
Educ. :  Priory  House  School, 
Clapton,  London ;  University  Col- 
lege, London  ;  also  Versailles, 
France ;  took  certificate  d'Etudes 
et  Prix  du  Department  (in 
geography)  at  Versailles;  B.A., 
London,  1885  ;  honours  in  French. 
Entered  Consular  service  by 
examination,  July,  1833 ;  student 
interpreter  at  Peking,  Nov.,  1888 
to  Nov.,  1893 ;  acting  Assistant 
at  Amoy,  Dec.,  1890,  to  Feb.,  1894  ; 
acting  Consul  at  Amoy,  April  13 
to  18,  1893  ;  passed  Bar  examina- 
tion Jan.  11,  1893;  acting  Vice- 
Consul,  Canton,  May  20  to  June  5, 
1898;  attached  to  Supreme  Court, 
Shanghai,  June,  1896,  to  March, 
1897  ;  acting  Chief  Clerk,  Nov.  16, 
1893  to  March  17,  1897;  acting 
Consul,  Shashih,  March  26,  1897,  to 
Jan.  28,  1899,  acting  Consul,  Wuhu, 
Feb.  4  to  June  2,  1839;  acting 
Consul,  Hangchow,  June  10,  1899, 
to  May  14,  1930 ;  acting  Consul 
Kuikiang,  May  23,  1930  to  April  4, 
1932;  Consul  at  Kuikiang  April  5, 
1932 ;  called  to  Bar  of  Inner 
Temple,  Nov.  17,  1933  ;  officiating 
Consul,  Chinanfu,  since  Nov.  29, 
1935.  Publications :  Various  annual 
trade  reports  ;  "  Overland  Journey 


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Amoy  to  Foochow  and  back,"  1892  ; 
"Province  of  Kiangsi,"  1903.  Ad- 
dress: H.B.M.  Consulate,  Chinanfu, 
Shantung,  China. 

CLINDENING,  Dr.  Frederick  Talbot 
Driffield  (KIUKIA>-G),  M.R.C.S., 
L.B.C.P. ;  b.  June  20,  1859 ;  m. 
Clara,  d.  of  late  Thomas  Collier 
Brooke,  of  "Veronica,"  St.  Kilda, 
Melbourne  (Vic.),  Sept.  9,  1889. 
Educ. :  Whinham's  College ;  Prince 
Alfred's  College,  Adelaide,  South 
Australia.  For  some  years  in 
South  Australian  Government 
service,  holding  positions  as 
draughtsman,  surveyor,  and  warden 
of  gold  fields ;  served  eight  years 
in  South  Australian  militia,  in 
infantry  and  field  artillery,  attain- 
ing rank  of  Captain ;  entered 
St.  Bartholomew  Hospital,  London, 
1890,  where  took  degree;  at  lived 
at  Kiukiang,  1898 ;  at  present 
Medical  Officer  for  the  port,  to 
H.B.M.  Consulate,  and  Chinese 
Imperial  Maritime  Customs.  Ad- 
dress :  Kiukiang,  China. 

COATES,  Rev.  Harper  Havelock 
(TOKYO),  M.A.,  B.D.  ;  Minister  and 
Missionary;  b.  Feb.  18, 1865;  m.  Sept. 
7,  1898,  Sarah  Agnes  AVintemute  at 
Vancouver,  B.C.  Educ. :  Public  and 
High  Schools,  Prescott,  Ontaiio ; 
Victoiia  University,  Coburg,  On- 
tario, Canada.  Graduated  B.A.  in 
1885  from  Victoiia  University, 
Coburg,  Ontaiio,  now  affiliated  with 
Toronto  University  ;  M.A.  and  B.D. 
in  1890 ;  entered  probation  for 
ministry  of  Methodist  Church  of 
Canada  1885;  ordained  1888, 
in  Montreal,  Quebec ;  travel- 
led following  circuits  :— Carleton 


Place,  Malburytown,  Cardinal, 
Calabogie  and  Princess  St.,  King- 
ston, Ontario;  arrived  in  Japan, 
Sept.,  1890  ;  teacher  of  English  in 
Middle  and  Normal  Schools  at  Tsu, 
Ise,  Doshisha  Schools  in  Kyoto, 
and  Hokuetsu  Gakiiin,  Niigata, 
Echigo  ;  also  teacher  in  Academic 
and  Theological  Departments  of 
Anglo-Japanese  College,  Az  abu, 
Tokyo  ;  since  Sept.,  1893,  has  been 
Superintendent  of  the  Central 
Tabeinacle  of  the  Japan  Mission 
of  the  Missionary  Society  of  the 
Methodist  Church  in  Canada,  at 
Hongo,  Tokyo.  Address:  23,  Kami 
Tomi  Zaka,  Koishikawa,  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

COCHRANE,  Charles  Walter  Hamil- 
ton (KUALA  KAXGSAR).  B.A.,  Oxon; 
F.M.S.  Civil  Service  ;  &.  Aug.  3, 1876. 
Cadet,  Perak,  1899 ;  acting  assi  stant 
Secretary  to  Resident  -  General, 
March,  1901 ;  2nd  assistant  Sec- 
retary to  Resident-General,  and 
acting  assistant  Secretary  to  Re- 
sident-General, Jan.,  1903;  acting 
assistant  District  Officer,  Kuala 
Kangsar,  19C4.  Address:  Kuala, 
Kangsar,  Perak,  Fedeiated  Malay 
States. 

COCK,    Edward    Arthur     Langslow 

(SEREMBAN),  A.M.I.M.E.  ;  F.M.S. 
Civil  Service  ;  b.  April  8, 1879.  Ap- 
pointed Inspector  of  Mines,  Pahang, 
1903  ;  Inspector  of  Mines,  for  Negii 
Sembilan,1904.  Address:  Seremban, 
Negri  Sembilan,  Federated  Malay 
States. 

COCKBURN,  Henry  (PEKING),  C.B. ; 
Charg^  d' Affaires,  and  acting  Con- 
sul General ;  b.  1859,  s.  of  late  F.J. 
Cocklmrn,  Bengal  ('nil  Service;  in 


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18£9,  Elizabeth  Goidon,  d.  of 
Colonel  Stevenson.  Educ.  :  At 
Edinburgh.  Joined  Consular  seivice 
in  China  as  student  ir.teipreter, 
1880  ;  Chinese  Secretaiy  at  Peking, 
18C6-1905;  C.B.  1899;  Charge  d'Af- 
faires  and  acting  Consul  General 
1£C6.  Club:  Kcyal  Societies.  Ad- 
dress:  H.B.M.  Legation,  Pekirg, 
China. 

CODRINGTON,  fct£T*ait  (BALIH 
PULAN),  Distiict  Officer.  Cadet, 
Straits  Settlements  Civil  Service, 
Nov.  18£8 ;  acting  Sub-Inspector 
cf  Schools,  Malacca,  May,  1900 : 
acting  Superintendent,  Malay 
College,  Mar.,  1900;  acting  District 
Officer,  Malacca,  Oct.,  1900;  Dis- 
trict Officer,  Penang,  Aug.,  19C2; 
acting  Distiict  Officer,  B.  Meitajam^ 
June,  1904 ;  District  Officer,  Balih 
Pulan,  Perarg,  19C6.  Address  : 
Balih  Pulan,  Penang,  Straits  Settle- 
ments. 

CCGHI.AN,  Heny  lake  (SINGAPORE), 
Auctioneer  and  valuer  ;  b.  Apiil 
16,  1870 ;  m.  19C2.  In  business  as 
an  auctioneer  and  valuer  in  Singa- 
pore from  1889;  Partner  and 
Manager  of  H.L.  Cogljlan  and  Co, 
local  auctioneers  and  valuers ; 
engaged  in  Tanjong  Pagar  Dock 
aibitiation,  1£(.5,  as  aland  expert 
and  valuer  on  behalf  of  Colonial 
Government,  and  specially  com- 
mended for  services;  Captain  and 
Quaitei  master  Singapore  Volunteer 
Corps  ;  Director  of  Y.M.C.A.  Singa- 
pore ;  Elder  of  Presbyterian 
Church,  Singapore ;  Municipal 
Coirmissioi;er,  Singapore ;  Ma- 
sonic :  P.M.  Zetland-in-the-East, 
No.  5C8,  D.G.R.,  etc.;  director  of 


several  local  companies.    Address  : 
The  Auction  Mart,  Singapore. 

COGNACQ,  Dr.  Maurice  (HANOI), 
Directeur  d'Ecole  de  Medecine  de- 
1'Indo-Chine ;  Officier  de  1'Instruc- 
tion  Publique  ;  Merite  agricole- 
Appointed  clirecteur,  Oct.  1,  1904. 
Decoration:  Chevalier  de  la  Legion 
d'Honneur.  Address:  Hanoi,  Ton- 
kin, Indo-China. 

COLBORNE,  Dr.  W.  W.  (HAKODATE),. 

Medical  Missionaiy,  b.  1857  ;  m* 
1894.  Educ.:  Manilla  Hall,  Clif 
ton.  Assistant  Resident  Surgeon, 
New  Somerset  Hospital,  Cape- 
Town,  South  Africa,  1881-83  ; 
Medical  Missionary,  Kwangtung 
Province,  South  China,  1890-96  ; 
Medical  Missionary,  Hakodate, 
from  1898.  Address:  Endsleigh 
Hospital,  Hakodate,  North  Japan. 

COLLARD,  Paul  Marie  Alexandre 
(KOMPONG-SPEU),  Resident;  Ad- 
ministrator, 2nd  class ;  6.  Oct.  15, 
1861  ;  Administrator,  4th  class,  Jan. 
1,  1894;  Administrator,  3rd  class, 
March  1,1899;  Administrator,  2nd 
class,  Jan.  1,  1902.  Address  : 
Kompong-Speu,  Province  of  Kom- 
pong-speu,  Cambodge,  Indo-China. 

COLLINGE,  Henry  Bernard  (PERAK), 
Inspector  of  Schools  ;  Acting  In- 
spector of  Schools  for  the  Federat- 
ed Malay  States  ;  b.  Sept.  8,  1860. 
Educ. :  Salford  Catholic  Grammar 
School ;  Vallodolid,  Spain  ;  St. 
Bede's  and  Owen's  College,  Man- 
chester. Head  Master,  St.  Joseph's. 
Institution,  Singapore,  1881-86 ; . 

•  Head  Master,  St.  Francis  School, 
Malacca,  1887-90;  'Inspector  of 
Schools,  Perak,  1890;  acting  In- 


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specter  of  Schools,  Federated 
Malay  States,  1905.  Publications: 
"  Handbook  on  Romanised  Malay"; 
"  Manual  for  Malay  Teachers." 
Address :  Taiping,  Perak,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

-COLLINS,  Robert  Moore  (PEKING), 
Journalist ;  b.  Dec.  25, 1867,  at  Wash- 
ington, D.C.  Educ. :  Middlebury 
College,  Vermont,  U.S.A.  Reporter 
on  the  "  Washington  Post,"  1891-93; 
same,  and  editor  of  the  Associated 
Press,  Washington,  and  New  York, 
to  1897 ;  correspondent  for  the 
Associated  Press  in  Europe  to  1899  ; 
reported  the  Queen's  Jubilee, 
Xondon,  1897  ;  and  conference  at 
which  was  negotiated  Spanish- 
American  peace  treaty,  Paris,  1898; 
chief  correspondent  for  the  As- 
sociated Press  in  the  Philippines 
during  Aguinaldo's  insurrection, 
1899-1900;  was  at  engagement  where- 
in General  Lawton  was  killed  at 
the  capture  of  Malolos  (Aguinaldo's 
capital)  and  saveral  minor  engage- 
ments ;  through  the  Boxer  cam- 
paign, witnessing  the  battle  at 
Tientsin  and  the  relief  of  Peking  ; 
in  Europe  until  Spring  1901,  report- 
ing the  death  of  Queen  Victoria, 
and  the  wedding  of  the  Queen 
of  Holland ;  correspondent  for 
Renter's  and  the  Associated  Press 
at  Peking,  1901  to  1904 ;  organised 
Renter's  service  in  the  East  for  the 
Russo-Japanese  War ;  with  General 
Kuroki's  army  from  the  battle  of 
the  Yalu  to  the  peace  negotiations 
(except  battle  of  Shaho).  Address: 
Peking,  China. 

COLLYER,  George  Falconar  (SHANG- 
HAI), Assistant  Secretary,  Standard 


Life  Assurance  Company,  Honorary 
Captain  of  H.B.M.  Army ;  b.  Aug. 
1,  1872  ;  m.  G  wendolyne  Thorburn, 
d.  of  late  R.  K.  Thorburn.  Educ.  : 
Privately,  and  on  School  Ship, 
"  Conway,"  Liverpool.  Served  in 
South  African  War,  1900;  present 
at  engagements  at  Alleman's  Nek 
and  Laing's  Nek.  Decoration: 
South  African  Medal  (four  clasps). 
Clubs  :  Golfers,  London  ;  Shanghai ; 
Country,  Shanghai.  Address :  2, 
French  Bund,  Shanghai,  China. 

COLMAN,  Eugene  Ernest  (SINGA- 
PORE), B.A.  Cantab. ;  Magistrate. 
Cadet,  Straits  Settlements,  Oct., 
1902  ;  acting  4th  Magistrate,  Singa- 
pore, Oct.,  1903 ;  passed  final 
examination  in  Malay.  July,  1904. 
Address :  Singapore,  Straits  Settle- 
ments. 

COMTE,  Colonel  Gaspard  M.  L.   A. 

(  HANOI  ),  Commandant  du  10e 
Regiment  d'Infanterie  Coloniale. 
Decoration :  Officier  de  la  Legion 
d'Honneur.  Address:  Hanoi,  Ton- 
kin, Indo-China. 

CONDER,  Prof.  Josiali  (TOKYO), 
F.R.I. B.A.,  Emeritus  Professor, 
Imperial  University  ;  b.  Sept.  28, 
1852.  Educ. :  Bedford  Commercial 
School;  took  Harper's  £200  premium 
at  Bedford  School ;  took  Soan  med- 
allion and  travelling  studentship  at 
the  Royal  Institute  of  British 
Architects.  Engaged  as  Professor 
of  Architecture  and  practising 
architect  by  Imperial  Public  Works 
Department  of  Japanese  Govern- 
ment in  1876;  carried  out  many 
important  public  and  private 
buildings ;  transferred  to  Tempo- 


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rary  Imperial  Palace  Building 
Bureau  in  1881,  and  afterwards  to 
Home  Department,  where  still 
holds  position  of  Honorary  Adviser 
in  Architecture  ;  Lecturer  on 
Architecture  at  Imperial  Univer- 
sity, 1886-88  ;  elected  Emeritus 
Professor  at  the  Imperial  Univer- 
sity in  1902 ;  1st  Honorary  President 
of  the  Society  of  Japanese 
Architects ;  honorary  member  of 
the  Japanese  Engineering  Society. 
Decorations  :  4th  class  order  of 
Rising  Sun,  Japan  ;  3rd  class  order 
of  Sacred  Treasure,  Japan. 
Publications:  "The  Floral  Art  of 
Japan  "  ;  "  Landscape  Gardening 
in  Japan,"  etc.,  etc.  Address:  25, 
Mikawadai-machi,  Azabu,  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

CONLAY,  William  Lance  (KUALA 
LUMPUR),  F.M.S.  Civil  Service ; 
b.  June  21,  1869.  Joined  service  at 
Perak,  1893  ;  acting  junior  officer  ; 
Ulu  Pahang,  1897 ;  acting  District 
Officer,  Temerloh,  1898;  do.,  Kuan- 
tan,  Oct.,  1898;  assistant  District 
Officer  at  Rompin  ;  District  Officer 
at  Kuantan,  1899 ;  assistant  com- 
missioner of  Police,  Selangor,  1902  ; 
assistant  commissioner  of  Police 
and  Registrar  of  Criminals,  Kuala 
Lumpur,  1906.  Address :  Kuala 
Lumpur,  Selangor,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

CONNOLLY,  Dr.  Richard  Michael 
(KUALA  LUMPUR),  B.A.,  L.R.C.S., 
L.R.S.P.,  Edin.  ;  F.M.S.  Civil 
Service.  Assistant  Colonial 
Surgeon,  Nov.,  1892 ;  Deputy  Sheriff, 
Elmina,  Feb.,  1893;  Distiict  Com- 
missioner, Salt  Pond,  May-Oct., 
1894  ;  Distiict  Commissioner  Chama 


Dixcove,  June  and  July,  1895 ; 
Medical  Officer  to  Frontier  Bound- 
ary Commissioner,  Nov.,  1895. 
District  Surgeon  at  Tapah,  Gopeng, 
Batu  Gajah,  Larut,  and  Ipoh,. 
1898-1933 ;  Managing  Director 
"  Times  of  Malaya,"  1906.  Address  : 
Kuala  Lumpur,  Selangor,  Federated 
Malay  States. 
COOK,  Edward  Arthur  (KUALA  LUM- 
PUR), Traffic  manager,  F.M.S.  Rail- 
ways; b.  May  27,  18J9.  Appointed 
Traffic  Superintendent,  Perak  State 
Railways,  1892  ;  present  position 
since  1903.  Address:  Kuala  Lumpur, 
Selangor,  Federated  Malay  States. 

COOK,  Rev.  John  Angus  Bethune 
(SINGAPORE),  Ministerial  Mission- 
ary to  Chinese,  Presbyterian 
Church  of  England;  b.  Oct.,  28, 
1854  ;  m.  1882  Jeanie,  e.  d.  of  James 
Henry.  Educ. :  Schools,  Glasgow  ; 
Edinburgh  University ;  Theological 
College,  London.  Visited  Italy, 
1872,  shortly  after  liberation  of  that 
country ;  since  1882  has  been  in 
Straits  Settlements,  and  Sultanate 
of  Johore,  except  when  on 
furlough  in  Europe,  India,  China 
Burma,  and  Ceylon  ;  revisited  Italy 
in  1904  during  President  Loubet'.s 
visit.  Publications :  Articles  in 
local  press  and  home  magazines. 
Club:  Foreign  Missions,  London. 
Address:  Gilstead,  Newton,  Singa- 
pore, Straits  Settlements. 

COOPER,  Rev.  Albert  Seth  (WU- 
CHANG), B.A. ;  Priest  in  P.E. 
Church  of  America;  b.  Feb.,  27, 
1876.  Educ. :  Delaware  College  ; 
General  Theological  Seminary. 
Curate  at  St.  Mark's  Church,  16th 
and  Locust  Sts.,  Philadelphia, 

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1901-03;  Curate  at  St.  Elizabeth's 
Church,  16th  and  Mifflin  Sts., 
Philadelphia,  1903-05.  Addrets : 
American  Church  Mission,  Wu- 
chang, China. 

COOPER,  Hsrbart  James  (BATU 
GAJAH),  F.M.S.  Civil  Service ;  b. 
Oct.  26,  1875.  Assistant  Engineer, 
Public  Works  Department,  Perak, 
1902  ;  Pahang,  1903  ;  Perak,  1904  ; 
Batu  Gajah,  1906.  Address :  Batu 
Gajah,  Perak,  Federated  Malay 
States. 

COPLEY,  George  (PEXANG),  Straits 
Settlements  Civil  Service  ;  6.  June 
28,  1858  ;  Secretary  to  Municipality 
of  Malacca;  assistant  Treasurer, 
Penaug,  1903;  Treasurer  of  Free 
School  Committee,  Penang.  Ad- 
dress :  Penaug,  Straits  Settlements. 

'COREA,  Bishop  of  (see :  TURNER,  B/r. 
REV.  ARTHUR  BERESFORD). 

CORMAC,  Charles  Richard  (KUALA 
LUMPUR),  A.M.I.E.E. ;  F.M.S.  Civil 
Service;  b.  Aug.  14,  1887.  Chief  In- 
spector of  Posts  and  Telegraphs, 
Selangor,  Sept.,  1891 ;  acting  Super- 
intendent of  Posts  and  Telegraphs, 
Selangor,  May,  1893  ;  assistant 
Superintendent  of  Posts  and 
Telegraphs,  Selangor,  Jan.,  1897 ; 
acting  Superintendent  of  Posts  and 
Telegraphs,  Selangor,  Aug.,  1899; 
acting  Superintendent  of  Posts  and 
Telegraphs,  Negri  Sembilan,  Jan., 
1902  ;  Superintendent  of  Posts  and 
Telegraphs,  Pahang,  and  acting 
Superintendent  of  Posts  and  Tele- 
graphs, Negri  Sembilan,  July,  1932; 
assistant  Accountant  of  Posts  and 
Telegraphs  for  F.M.S.  since  19:-5. 
Address :  Ku\la  Lumpur,  Selangor, 
Federated  Malay  States. 


CORNABY,  Rev.  William  Arthur 
(SHANGHAI),  Wesleyan  Minister, 
engaged  in  C.L.S.  (formerly  called 
S.D.K.)  editorial  and  literary  work ; 
b.  Sydenham,  London,  June  19, 
1860.  Educ. :  Sydenham  Grammar 
School ;  South  Kensington  School 
of  Mines  ;  Wesleyan  College,  Rich- 
mond. Assistant  teacher  of 
Chemistry  at  Clifton  College, 
Bristol,  1881-1883;  with  Prof.  A. 
Shenstone  engaged  in  research 
work  for  Royal  Society,  "  The 
Alkaloids  of  Nux  Vomica  Root,' 
etc. ;  was  then  a  member  of  the 
Chemical  Society  of  Berlin  ;  arrived 
in  China  in  1885 ;  Wesleyan  Mission, 
Hankow  and  Hanyang,  for  eighteen 
years  ;  editor  of  "  Chinese  Christian 
Review,"  from  1889;  editor  of 
"  Chinese  Weekly  "  also  in  Shang- 
hai from  1904.  Publications:  "A 
String  of  Chinese  Peach  Stories," 
1893;  "China  under  the  Search- 
light," 1901;  "In  Touch  with 
Reality,"  1935.  Address :  44,  Boone 
Road,  Shanghai,  China. 

COSGRAVE,  William  Nassau 
(BATAXG  PADANG),  F.M.S.  Civil 
Service ;  b.  July  2,  1867.  Appren- 
ticed to  Public  Works  Department 
headquarters,  Perak,  1891 ;  acting 
Clerk  of  Works,  Larut,  Dec.,  1892; 
acting  District  Engineer,  Kuala 
Kangsar,  Aug.,  1893;  acting  assis- 
tant Engineer,  Headquarters  Staff, 
Oct.,  1894;  assistant  Engineer  on 
Irrigation  Work,  Jan.,  1895;  assis- 
tant Engineer,  Kinta,  Oct.,  1895; 
acting  assistant  Engineer,  Krian, 
April,  1897 ;  assistant  Engineer, 
Kuala  Pilah,  Nov.,  1898;  acting 
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partment,  Negri  Sembilau,  Sept. 
1899;  executive  Engineer,  Kuala 
Pilah,  Jan.,  1901;  executive  Engi- 
neer, Srd  grade,  Jan.,  1902;  acting 
State  Engineer,  1902 ;  executive 
Engineer,  Crd  grade,  Tapali,  1904 ; 
executive  Engineer,  Batang, 
Padang.  Address :  Batang  Padang, 
Perak,  Federated  Malay  States. 

COULSON,  John  Bliss  (YOKOHAMA), 
Merchant ;  b.  Jan.  8,  1850 ;  m.  April 
17,  1901,  at  Hongkong.  Educ.  : 
Clevedon  College,  Northampton, 
England.  Director  of  Lane,  Craw- 
ford and  Co.,  Ltd.,  Yokohama. 
Address  :  253,  Bluff,  Yokohama  ; 
and  59,  Yokohama,  Japan. 

COURTEAUD,  Leonard  G.  H.  (HANOI), 
Chef  de  Service  de  1'Enregistrement, 
des  Domaines  et  du  Timbre  ;  b. 
March,  1851.  Entered  Civil  Service 
of  Indo-Miina,  May  9,  1883 ;  appoin- 
ted to  present  post,  March  21,  19CO. 
Address:  Hanoi,  Tonkin,  In  do- 
China. 

COUSLAND,  Dr.  Philip  Brunelleschi 
(Cri'AOCHOU-FU),  M.B.,  C.M.,  Edin. ; 

Medical  Missionary.  Educ. :  George 
Watson's  School,  Edinburgh,  and 
Edinburgh  University  ;  formerly 
secretary  of  the  Shanghai  Com- 
mittee on  Medical  Nomenclature. 
Publications:  Handbook  of 
Physiology  (Chinese).  Address: 
Ch'aochou-fu,  via  Swatow,  China. 

COUVREUR,  Rav.  Nicholas  Justin 
(SINGAPORE),  Procurator  of  Mis- 
sions Etraugeres ;  b.  1855  at  Grancy- 
sur-Ource*  (C6te  d'Or)  France. 
Educ. :  Ecclesiastical  Colleges  of 
Langres  and  Paris.  Vice- Procurator 
of  Mission  Etrangere.sjat  Hong- 


kong, 1878-80  ;  since  1880  Procurator 
at  Singapore ;  one  of  chief  social 
and  financial  figures  in  Straits, 
where  controls  vast  interests  in 
real  property,  etc.,  on  behalf  of 
Society  of  Missions  Etrangeres ; 
though  French  citizen  was  selected 
by  Government  as  Assessor,  sitting 
with  Chief  Justice,  Sir  Lionel  Cox, 
in  case  of  expropriation  of  certain 
property  belonging  to  the  P.  and  O. 
Co.,  and  Jardine,  Matheson  and 
Co.,  for  Singapore  Railway  in  1904  ; 
Considered  one  of  ablest  experts 
on  real  estate  and  business  in- 
terests in  Far  East.  Address  : 
Singapore,  Straits  Settlements. 

COWEN,  John  (TIENTSIN),  Journalist; 
b.  Sept,  6,  1867,  2nd  s.  of  late  John 
Richard  Cowen,  Assistant  Editor, 
"  Yorkshire  Post ;"  m.  Marion,  d.  of 
Benjamin  Wright,  of  Manchester. 
Educ. :  Leeds  Grammar  School. 
Has  served  upon  editorial  staffs  of 
newspapers  at  Newcastle-on-Tyne, 
Leeds,  Hull,  Preston  and  London  ; 
sub-editor  of  "  The  Times,"  1895-7  ; 
private  Secretary  to  Editor  of  "  The 
Times,"  1897-1900  ;  arrived  in  China 
as  special  correspondent  in  connec- 
tion with  the  Boxer  lisiug  in  1900; 
founded  at  Peking,  on  Jan.  21,  1901, 
the  "  China  Times,"  the  first 
foreign  daily  newspaper  published 
in  the  Chinese  capital ;  transferred 
it  in  April  same  year  to  Tientsin, 
where  it  is  now  published;  also 
founded  the  first  evening  newspaper 
in  the  district  the  "  Evening  Ex- 
press " ;  sentenced  in  1903  to  im- 
prisonment and  deportation  to  the 
United  Kingdom  under  the  China, 
and  Corea  Order  in  Council,  for 


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certain  comments  in  connection 
with  Russo-Japanese  war ;  sentence 
afterwards  quashed  and  new  Order 
in  Council  issued  in  1904  in  which 
objectionable  clause,  under  which 
action  was  taken,  was  modified. 
Address  :  "  China  Times,"  Tientsin, 
China. 

COWEN,  William  Charles  Barker 
(TIENTSIN),  Journalist  ;  b.  May  3, 
1865,  at  Hull,  e.  s.  of  late  John 
Richard  Cowen,  Assistant  Editor, 
"  Yorkshire  Post;"  m.  May  16,  1891, 
o.  d.  of  Charles  Bartram,  The 
Causey,  Maxley  Hill,  Co.  Durham. 
Educ. :  Leeds  Grammar  School. 
Assistant  Sub-editor,  "  Eastern 
Morning  News"  (Hull),  1883;  As- 
sistant Sub-editor,  "  Newcastle 
Daily  Chronicle,"  Newcastle-on- 
Tyne,  1884 ;  Chief  Sub-editor,  "New- 
castle Daily  Chronicle,"  1891; 
Assistant  editor,  "  Newcastle  Daily 
Chronicle,"  1896;  Editor,  "Lan- 
cashire Daily  Post,"  and  "  Preston 
Guardian,"  Preston,  1900;  editor, 
"China  Times,"  Tientsin,  1905. 
Publications :  "  Road  Book  of 
Northumberland  and  Durham," 
"  History  of  the  Motor  Car." 
Address :  "  China  Times,"  Tientsin, 
China. 

COX,  Alexander  George  (TIENTSIN), 
F.R.G.S.,  M.I.C.E.  ;  District  En- 
gineer, Imperial  Chinese  Railways ; 
b.  Sept.  28,  1865  ;  m.  1894,  Florence, 
widow  of  Rev.  G.  Innocent.  Educ. : 
The  Commercial  College,  Adelaide, 
South  Australia.  Indentured  pupil, 
and  subsequently  assistant  to 
Seaver  and  Shaw,  Civil  and  Mining 
Engineers,  Adelaide  and  Sydney  ; 
joined  Imperial  Railways  of  North 


China  as  Assistant  Engineer  in 
1887  ;  promoted  Resident,  1891,  and 
District  Engineer,  1893 ;  acted  as 
Engineer-in-Chief  of  British  Rail- 
way Administration  (  Military  ) 
1901-02,  and  was  mentioned  in 
despatches ;  on  reversion  of  rail- 
ways to  Chinese  Government  again 
appointed  Distiict  Engineer.  Deco- 
rations :  Double  Dragon,  2nd  of  3rd 
class  ;  China  Medal,  clasp  Relief  of 
Peking.  Address  :  Imperial  Chinese 
Railways,  Tientsin,  China. 

COX,  E.  A.  W.  (SARAWAK),  Resident- 
Cadet,  Sarawak  Civil  Service,. 
March  1885;  Assistant  Resident 
May,  1891 ;  June,  1896 ;  Resident, 
2nd  class,  March,  1898,  of  Tiusan; 
again  May,  1899.  Address:  Sarawak, 
Biitish  Noith  Borneo. 

COX,  Francis  Becle  (MIAMH;U)V 
Federated  Malay  States  Civil 
Service ;  b.  May  27,  1864,  4th  s.  of 
Lieut-Colonel  Rkhaid  Snead  Cox, 
of  Brexwood  Couit  and  Eaton 
Bishops,  Herefordshire;  D.L.,  J.P. ; 
m.  Nov.  5,  1890,  Mary  Winifred, 
d.  of  late  Charles  Salvin.  Educ  r 
Dcwmide  College,  rear  Bath. 
Joined  Federated  Malay  States:  Civil 
Seivice,  1888;  Deputy  Lieutenant 
for  Herefordshire.  Address :  Klang, 
Selangor,  Federated  Malay  States. 

COX,  Dr.  George  Aitnur  (CHIN- 
KIANG),  L.R.C.P.  and  S.,  Etlin. ; 
Medical  Missionary;  b.  Sept.  16, 
1861 ;  in.  1890,  L.  G.  Thomas.  Educ. : 
Madras  and  Edinburgh.  Ai  rived 
in  China  in  connection  with  China 
Inland  Mission,  Jan.,  1888;  while 
studying  language  travelled  to 

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River  as  far  as  Sha-shu  ;  appointed 
Schofleld  Memorial  Hospital, 
Taiyuen,  Shansi,  1891;  appointed 
to  medical  work  in  connection  with 
Training  Home  at  Yangchow,  and 
stationed  at  Chinkiang  in  1892, 
where  has  since  remained.  Ad- 
dress :  China  Inland  Mission, 
Chinkiang,  China. 

COX,     Sir    William    Henry   Lionel 

(SINGAPORE),  Kt.  Bach.,  1896;  Chief 
Justice;  b.  1864;  in.,  2nd,  1903, 
Elizabeth  Cushing,  d.  of  late  Lewis 
Pughe,  of  Seranton,  Pennsylvania. 
Educ.:  Mauritius.  Banister  Middle 
Temple,  1866;  Substitute  Pro- 
cureur  and  Advocate-General, 
Mauritius,  Feb.,  1880;  Puisne 
Judge  of  the  Supreme  Court,  Aug. 
1880  ;  Procureur  and  Advocate  Gen- 
eral, Aug.,  1886;  Chief  Justice, 
Straits  Settlements,  since  1892. 
'Club:  Singapore.  Address:  Singa- 
pore, Straits  Settlements. 

CRAIG,  Rofceit  Henry  Aithur  (HONG- 
KONG), J.P. ;  Civil  Service;  b.  Oct. 
10,  1857.  Joined  Imperial  Civil 
Service,  1880 ;  joined  Hongkong 
Civil  Service,  1894 ;  Assistant  Su- 
perintendent of  Prisons,  1899  to 
date.  Address:  Hongkong. 

CRAIG,  William  (SINGAPORE),  Straits 
Civil  Service ;  b.  Dec.  21,  1867. 
Edvc. :  Piivately.  Arrived  in  Singa- 
pore under  engagement  as  jour- 
nalist to  Singapore  "  Free  Press  "  ; 
joined  Government  Service  as  mail 
assistant,  May,  1889 ;  Superinten- 
dent of  Mails,  1903 ;  Acting  Su- 
perintendent Money  Order  Branch 
and  Savings  Bank,  Oct.,  1903. 


Address  :   Singapore,  Straits  Settle- 
ments. 

CRAWFORD,  Robeit  Alexander 
(KUALA  LUMPUR),  F.M.S.  Civil 
Service  ;  b.  May  20,  1870.  Land  and 
Survey  Depaitment  West  Australia, 
1900  ;  District  Surveyor,  Selangor, 

1901.  Address  :     Kuala    Lumpur, 
Selangor,  Federated  Malay  States. 

CRAYSSAC,  Pierre  Arittide  (HANOI), 
Director  General  of  the  Depait- 
ment of  Customs  and  Excise, 
Imlo-Chiiia ;  6.  March  3,  1854. 
Joined  the  local  service,  Oct.  31, 

1902.  Decorations :  Chevalier  de  la 
Legion       d'Honneur  ;       Officier 
d'Acad^mie.  Address :  Hanoi,  Ton- 
kin, Indo-China. 

CRESTIEN,  Gillcs  Francois  Auguite 
Jacques  (EENTRE),  Re.sidci  t  ;  Ad- 
ministrator, 2nd  class;  b.  ^ une  8, 
1861.  Joined  Indo-China  Civil 
Service,  Dec.  16,  1881;  Adminis- 
trator, 4th  class,  July  1,  1893;  Ad- 
ministrator, 3rd  class,  July  1, 
1895  ;  Administrator,'  2nd  class, 
Aug.  2,  1900.  Address:  Bentre, 
province  of  Bentre,  Cochin-China. 

C  R I  C  H  T  0  N ,  Reginald  (KUALA 
LUMPUR),  F.M.S.  C  ivil  Service  ;  b. 
Oct.  10,  1877.  Cadet  at  Perak,  1900  ; 
acting  assistant  District  Magistrate 
and  Treasurer,  Kuala  Kangsar, 
May,  1901 ;  acting  assistant  Dis- 
trict Magistrate,  Bruas,  Oct.  1902  ; 
acting  assistant  District  Officer, 
Gopeng,  Feb.,  1903;  acting  2nd 
Magistrate,  Kuala  Lumpur, 
1904.  Address:  Kuala  Lumpur, 
Selangor,  Federated  Malay  States. 


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CROOK,  Alfred  H.  (HONGKONG),  B.A., 
1900,  M.A.,  1905,  Lc.D.  ;  F.R.G.S.  ; 
Assistant  Master,  Queen's  College  ; 
b.  1873.  Lecturer  in  Biology,  Hong- 
kong College  of  Medicine.  Chil>: 
Hongkong.  Address  :  Queen's 
College,  Hongkong. 

CROUCHER,  Dr.  F.  B.  (MALACCA), 
M.B.  ;  Colonial  Surgeon  ;  House 
Surgeon  General  Hospital,  Singa- 
pore, 1893  ;  Colonial  Surgeon, 
Malacca,  Jan.,  1897.  Address  : 
Malacca,  Straits  Settlements. 

CROWE,  Edward  Thomas  Frederick 
(TAMSUl),  H.  B.  M.  Consular  Ser- 
vice; b.  Aug.,  1877;  m.  Eleanor 
Lay  in  1901.  Educ.  :  Bedford 
Grammar  School;  appointed  stu- 
dent interpreter  in  Japan,  1897 ; 
promoted  2nd  Assistant,  April, 
1899  ;  held  local  rank  of  Vice- 
Cousul  at  Yokohama,  Jan.,  1901,  to 
April,  1902;  promoted  1st  Assistant, 
May,  1903 ;  acting  Vice-Consul  at 
Kobe,  Aug.  8,  to  Sept.  23,  1903 ;  has 
been  acting  Consul  at  Tamsui 
since  Dec.,  1904.  Clubs :  Yokohama 
United  ;  Kobe,  T watutia  Foreign. 
Address:  H.  B.  M.  Consulate,  Tam- 
sui, Formosa. 

CRUICKSHANK,  William  A.  C.  (HONG- 
KONG), Merchant;  in.  in  Nov.,  1904. 
After  some  years'  business  ex- 
perience in  London,  came  out  to 
Jardine,  Matheson  and  Co.  in 
1882 ;  given  "  per  procuration  "  in 
1901,  and  made  a  partner  in  1904. 
Recreations:  Supporter  of  sport  in 
various  branches  ;  rowing  in  early 
days  polo  (player  from  com- 


mencement of  club),  shooting  and 
racing  in  Shanghai  and  Hongkong. 
Clubs  :  Hongkong  ;  Shanghai ; 
Thatched  House,  Lond.  Address: 
East  Point,  Hongkong;  "  Trailflatt" 
Dumfrieshire,  N.B. 

CUDENET,  Louis  Francois  (HATIEN), 
Resident ;  Administrator,  2nd 
class  ;  b.  July  22,  1861.  Joined  Indo- 
China  Civil  Service,  July  8,  1885; 
Administrator,  4th  class,  July  1, 
1893 ;  Administrator,  3rd  class, 
Sept.  1,  1898  ;  Administrator,  2nd 
class,  Jan.  1,  1902.  Address: 
Hatien,  Province  of  Hatien,  Cochin- 
China. 

CUNNINGHAM,  Alfred  (HONGKONG), 
General  Manager  and  Editor 
"South  China  Morning  Post";  6. 
Paddington,  London,  Dec.  7,  1870  ; 
2nd  s.  of  F.  Cunningham,  London, 
journalist.  Articled  journalist,  Lon- 
don, 1884;  general  London  and 
provincial  experience ;  filled  edi- 
torial appointments,  Singapore, 
Shanghai  and  Hongkong ;  served  in 
Chino-Japanese  war  as  special  cor- 
respondent ;  was  special  coi'respon- 
deut  for  "  New  York  Journal  "  with 
Spanish  forces  in  Philippines, 
Spanish-American  war ;  special 
correspondent  at  Chinese  Rebellion 
at  Tset  Tze  Lin,  and  in  1905  for 
"  Daily  Mail  "  and  "  New  York  Sun  " 
at  Camrang  Bay  with  the  Baltic 
Fleet ;  special  correspondent  for 
South  China  for  the  New  York 
"  Sun  " ;  Secretary  to  the  Public 
Committee  whose  petition  secured 
the  appointment  of  Royal  Commis- 
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condition  of  Hongkong;  gold 
Medallist  of  Hanoi  Exposition  of 
1902;  founded  the  "South  China 
Morning  Post,"  1903.  Publications: 
Special  articles  on  Siberia,  1899; 
"  The  French  in  Tonkin  and  South 
China,"  "  The  Chinese  Soldier  and 
other  Sketches,"  and  "Scrutator's 
Letters  on  the  Insanitary  condition 
of  Hongkong."  Clubs  :  Hongkong  ; 
St.  George's,  Hongkong.  Address  : 
Hongkong. 

CUNNINGHAM,  W.  D.  (TOKYO), 
Missionary  and  Teacher  of  English ; 
b.  Pittsburg,  Pa.,  1864  ;  m.  to  Emily 
Boyd,  Pa.,  June  2,  1898.  Educ.: 
Bethany  College  and  Wooster 
University,  U.S.A.  Professor  of 
Mathematics  in  State  Normal 
College,  California,  1889-90  ;  lecturer 
on  Hermenutics  in  College  of 
Disciples,  St.  Thomas,  Ontario, 
1894-98;  came  to  Japan,  Oct.,  1901  ; 
teacher  of  English  in  Nobles' 
College,  Tokyo,  1903-4 ;  independent 
Missionary.  Publications:  A  few 
booklets  on  Christianity  and 
Education.  "  Address:  6  Nakacho, 
Yotsuya,  Tokyo,  Japan. 

CUNYNGHAME,  Sir  Percy  (SARAWAK), 
10th  Bt.,  cr.  1702;  on  the  staff  of 
H.  H.  The  Rajah  of  Sarawak ;  6. 
Feb.  21,  1867;  s.  of  9th  Bt.  and 
Jessica,  d.  of  Rev.  W.  H.  Bloxsome  ; 
S.  father,  1900;  m.  1903,  Maud 
Albiuia  Margaret,  o.  d.  of  Major 
Selwyn  Payne,  Badgeworth  Court, 
'Gloucester  ;  is  a  Captain,  5th  Batt., 
Duke  of  Cambridge's  Own  Mid- 
dlesex Regiment,  and  Resident  *  of 
Sarawak.  Heir:  s.,  b.  Feb.  7,  1905. 
Club  :  Junior  United  Service. 


Address  :  The  Residency,  Sarawak, 
Borneo;  Badgeworth  Court, 
Gloucester. 

CURTIS,  Frederick  Joseph  (CHEFOO), 
Merchant ;  b.  July  2,  1869 ;  m.  1896. 
Educ. :  At  Southampton,  England. 
Fifteen  years  in  the  Mercantile 
Marine  ;  holds  Master's  certificate  ; 
settled  in  Chefoo,  1898 ;  Lloyds' 
Agent  since  1902 ;  now  controlling 
firm  of  Curtis  Bros.,  Import  and 
Export  Manufacturers'  Agents ; 
Address:  Chefoo,  North  China. 

CUSCADEN,  George  Percy  (KUALA 
LUMPUR),  Assistant  Commandant 
Police;  b.  March  25,  1883.  Joined 
Royal  Irish  Constabulary,  1902; 
acting  Assistant  Superintendent 
of  Police,  Straits  Settlements,  1903; 
Assistant  Commandant  of  Police, 
Taiping;  ditto,  Kuala  Lumpur, 
to  1906.  Address:  Kuala  Lumpur, 
Selangor,  Federated  Malay  States. 

CUSCADEN,  Capt.  William  Andrew 
(SINGAPORE),  Superintendent  of 
Police;  b.  Nov.  1,  1853.  Educ.: 
Diocesan  School,  Wexford ;  Trinity 
College,  Dublin.  Captain  and  In- 
structor of  Musketry,  4th  Batt., 
Royal  Dublin  Fusiliers ;  Assistant 
Inspector,  Gold  Coast  Constabu- 
lary, 1879 ;  Civil  Commissioner, 
Tacquah,  1880;  Chief  Inspector  of 
Police,  Singapore,  1883;  acting 
Assistant  Superintendent,  Penang, 
18S3 ;  Assistant  Superintendent, 
Penang,  1884;  Acting  Superinten- 
dent, Malacca,  Singapore,  and 
Penang,  1889 ;  Assistant  Superinten- 
dent, Province  Wellesley,  1893 } 


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Superintendent  Police,  Malacca, 
1897;  Acting  <;hief  Police  Officer, 
Singapore,  1898 ;  Acting  Inspector 
General  of  Police,  Straits  Settle- 
ments; Municipal  Commissioner 
for  Singapore,  1901 ;  Superintendent 
of  Police,  Singapore,  since  1902. 
Cluts:  Edward  Yacht,  Kingston; 
Coruna;  Singapore.  Address: 


Goodwood  Estate,  Tanglin,  Singa- 
pore, Straits  Settlements. 

CUTHBERT,  Rev.  William  James 
(KYOTO),  b.  Jan.  6,  1877 ;  m.  Mar- 
garet, d.  of  the  late  Consul  John 
Simpson.  Educ. :  Private  tutors  ; 
Rashotah  Seminary,  U.S.A.  Ad- 
dress: Kyoto,  Japan. 


DAIN,  Colonel  Victor  C.  H.  (HANOI), 
Commandant,  ler  Regiment  de 
Tirailleurs  Annamites.  Decora- 
tion: Officier  de  la  Legion  d'Hon- 
neur.  Address:  Hanoi,  Tonkin, 
Indo-China. 

DALLAS,    Hon.    Francis    Henry 

(SARAWAK),  Treasurer  of  Sarawak ; 
b.  Feb.  26,  1866;  ro.  Ethel,  y,  d. 
of  Charles  Santley.  Educ. :  Univer- 
sity College  School,  London.  Was 
on  the  staff  of  Mutual  Life 
Office,  London,  1886-92;  assistant 
Secretary,  Penang  Municipality, 
1894-97  ;  acting  Secretary,  1896-97 ; 
joined  Sarawak  Service,  1897; 
Editor  "Sarawak  Gazette,"  1897; 
Registrar,  Supreme  Court,  1899; 
acting  Treasurer  and  Clerk  of 
Supreme  Council,  1900-1901 ;  acting 
Postmaster  General,  1902;  acting 
Treasurer,  1902 ;  Treasurer  and 
Recorder  of  Supreme  Council,  1903; 
member  of  Committee  of  Ad- 
ministration  during  absence  of 
H.  H.  the  Rajah,  1903-4.  Club: 
Sports.  Address:  Kuching,  Sara- 
wak, Borneo. 

DALTON,  Captain  Hubert  Grant- 
(HONGKONG)  R.N. ;  Captain  of 
H.  M.  second  class  cruiser  "  Flora." 
Promoted  to  present  rank,  June  30, 
1904 ;  appointed  to  command,  Jan. 


17,    1905.     Club:  Hongkong.     Ad- 
dress: H.M.S.  "Flora,"  Hongkong. 

DALY,  Maurice  Dominic  (PEKAN), 
F.M.S.  Civil  Service ;  b.  April  14, 
1875.  Cadet,  Negri  Sembilan,  1898  ; 
acting  District  Officer,  Kuala 
Pilah,  Oct.,  1901;  acting  assistant 
District  Officer,  Pekan,  Feb.,  1902  ; 
assistant  District  Officer,  Pekan, 
March,  1902  ;  acting  District  Officer, 
Kuantan,  Sept.  1902  ;  appointed 
District  Officer,  1906.  Address: 
Pekan,  Pahang,  Federated  Malay 
States. 

DAMADE,  Auguste  Charles  Francois 
(YEN-BAY),  Resident;  Administra- 
tor, 2nd  class  ;  b.  Jan.  1,  1852. 
Joined  Indo-China  Civil  Service, 
Nov.  5,  1889;  Administrator,  4th 
class,  Jan.  16, 1890  ;  Administrator, 
3rd  class,  Jan.  1, 1895 ;  Administra- 
tor, 2nd  class,  Feb.  2, 1901.  Address : 
Y6n-Bay,  Tonkin,  Indo-China. 

D'AMBRO-ADAMOCZ,  B.  (TOKYO), 
Envoy  Extraordinary  and  Minister 
Plenipotentiary  for  Austria-Hun- 
gary. Address  :  Austria-Hungary 
Legation,  Kioicho,  Kojimachiku, 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

DANBY,  William  (HONGKONG), 
M.I.C.E.,  Civil  Engineer  and 
Architect ;  b.  May  5,  1842.  Educ. : 


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Leeds  Grammar  School ;  King's 
College,  London.  Articled  as  a 
Civil  Engineer  to  the  Municipal 
Engineer,  Leeds,  afterwards  As- 
sistant and,  subsequently, 
Deputy  Borough  Engineer, 
Leeds,  1866;  Chief  Resident  En- 
gineer (under  the  late  Sir  Thomas 
Hawksley,  F.R.S.,  Past  President 
Institute  of  Civil  Engineers);  in 
charge  of  the  large  \Vashburn  Ex- 
tension of  the  Leeds  C.W.W., 
1869-73  ;  appointed  assistant  to  the 
Surveyor  General  of  Hongkong, 
Dec.,  1873,  and  was  in  charge  of  the 
detailed  surveys  and  borings  for 
the  Tytam  Waterworks,  1874-75 ; 
had  charge  of  all  new  Government 
Public  Works  and  Surveys,  1874-79, 
resigned  from  the  Government  ser- 
vice, Feb.,  1879;  commenced  private 
practise  that  year  and  has  since, 
among  other  works,  erected  sugar 
refineries  and  docks ;  elected 
Lieutenant  of  local  Volunteer 
Corps,  May,  1878  ;  appointed  J.P., 
Jan.  24,  1882 ;  represented  the 
Chinese  Government  in  the  settle- 
ment of  the  Shameen  Riot  claims, 
Canton,  August,  1884  ;  attacked  by 
Chinese  in  New  Territory  when 
on  a  geological  expedition,  July  19, 
1879;  is  Past  D.S.G.W.  Hongkong 
and  South  China.  Club:  Hong- 
kong. Address:  Queen's  Gardens, 
and  Queen's  Road  Central,  Hong- 
kong. 

DANE,  Dr.  Robert  (SINGAPORE), 
M.R.C.S.,  L.S.A.  (1887),  L.R.C.P. 
(1889);  Colonial  Surgeon.  House 
Physician,  Middlesex  Hospital, 
1890;  House  Surgeon,  General 
Hospital,  Singapore,  June,  1890; 


Colonial  Surgeon,  Province  Welles- 
ley,  March,  1893  ;  Colonial  Surgeon, 
Singapore,  March,  1901.  Club  : 
Singapore.  Address :  Singapore, 
Straits  Settlements. 

D'ANETHAN,  Baroness  Albert,  nee 
Haggard,  (TOKYO);  b.  at  Braden- 
ham  Hall,  Norfolk;  m.  Nov.  17, 
1886,  to  Baron  Albert  d'Anethan 
Publications :  "  His  Chief's  Wife ; " 
"Love  Songs  and  Other  Songs;" 
"  It  Happened  in  Japan,"  etc.,  etc., 
Decorations:  Medals  of  Japanese 
Red  Cross  Society  and  of  Imperial 
(Japanese)  Silver  Wedding.  Club: 
Grosvenor  Crescent,  London.  Ad- 
dress: Belgian  Legation,  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

D'ANETHAN,  Baron  Albert  (TOKYO), 
Envoy  Extraordinary  and  Minister 
Plenipotentiary  for  Belgium;  b. 
June  13,  1849;  m.  Eleonore  Mary 
Haggard.  Educ. :  Athenee  of 
Brussels;  Liege  University.  En- 
tered the  Belgian  diplomatic  service 
in  1870  and  served  3  years  at  the 
Foreign  Office ;  appointed  Secretary 
to  Legation  in  Japan,  1873 ;  Secre- 
tary to  Legation  in  Great  Britain, 
1876;  Conseiller  of  Legation  at 
Washington,  1880;  at  Constantinople 
and  Vienna,  1883 ;  at  Rio  de  Janeiro, 
1886;  at  London,  1888;  Minister  in 
Brazil,  1889;  Minister  in  Tokyo  since 
1893 ;  Doyen  of  the  Corps  Diploma- 
tique from  1897  to  1906.  Decora- 
tions: Officer  of  Leopold;  G.C.  of 
Rising  Sun ;  G.C.  of  Isabelle  la 
Calholique;  K.C.  of  Rose;  K.C.  of 
Iron  Crown  ;  K.C.  of  Osmanie  ;  Kt. 
of  Legion  of  Honour ;  Kt.  of  Albert 
le  Valeureux,  etc.,  etc.  Clubs: 
Tokyo,  and  Yokohama  United. 

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Address:  Belgian  Legation,  Tokycf, 
Japan. 

DANIEL,  Walter  John  (HONGKONG), 

Solicitor;  6.  1877.  Educ. :  Sntton 
Vallance  Grammar  School,  Kent, 
Arrived  Hongkong,  19C5,  under 
engagement  to  Johnston,  Stokes 
and  Master.  Address:  Hongkong. 

DANIELS,  Dr.  Charles  Wilberforcs 
(KUALA  LUMPUR),  B.A.,  M.B., 
M.R.C.S. ;  Director  of  Institute 
for  Medical  Research;  b.  May  9, 
1862.  Government  Medical  Officer, 
Fiji,  1899;  Government  Medical 
Service,  British  Guiana,  1892; 
present  position  in  F.M.S.  Civil 
Service  since  1903.  Address :  Kuala 
Lumpur,  Selangor,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

D'ARAUJO,  Patrick  (KUALA  LUMPUR), 
A.I.E.E.  ;  Electrical  Engineer; 
Superintendent,  Posts  and  Tele- 
graphs; b.  July  1,  1859.  Etlut'.: 
India.  In  charge  of  Telegraphs, 
Bolan  Pass,  dm  ing  last  Afghan 
War;  Superintendent,  Posts  and 
Telegraphs,  North  Sembilan,  since 
1900.  Address:  Post  Office,  Kuala 
Lumpur,  Selangor,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

DARKE,  Robert  William  Bowrmg1 
(KI-ALA  LUMPUR),  F.M.S.  Civil 
Service  ;  b.  Dec.  6,  1869.  Surveyor 
at  Selangor,  Kuala  Lumpur,  and 
Ulu  Langat,  1896-7  ;  District 
Surveyor,  April,  19G2  ;  acting 
Superintendent  of  Revenue  Sur- 
veys, 1904.  Address  :  Kuala 
Lumpur,  Selangor,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

DARWALL,  Lieut.-Commander  Wil- 
liam H.  (HONGKONG),  R.N. ;  in 


command  of  H.M.  torpedo  boat 
destroyer  "  Janus."  Lieutenant, 
March  15,  1903  ;  appointed  to  com- 
mand, May  15,  1905.  Club  :  Hong- 
kong. Address  :  H.M.S.  "  Janus," 
Hongkong. 

DAUBENY,  Charles  W.  (  SARAWAK  ), 
Supeiintendent  of  Police  ;  (late  3rd 
batt.  Cheshire  Regiment).  Joined 
Sarawak  Civil  Service,  1883  ;  Officer 
in  Charge,  Baram,  1885  ;  Inspector 
of  Police  and  Prisons,  1888  ;  Super- 
intendent of  Police  and  Prisons, 
1901.  Address:  Sarawak,  British 
North  Borneo. 

DAURAND-FORGUES  (see :  FORGUES, 
MARIE  ADELBERT  EUGENE  DAU- 
RAND-). 

DAVIES,  Reginald  Downing  (SINGA- 
PORE), M.J.I.;  Journalist;  b.  Feb., 
1878,  at  London  ;  in.  Mabel,  4th  d. 
of, P.  Ovenden,  of  Clifton.  Educ.: 
Cheltenham  College.  Reporter, 
Bristol  "Times  and  Mirror"; 
arrived  at  Singapore,  1902 ;  Sub- 
Editor,  Singapore  "Free  Press". 
Publications:  "  Siam  in  the  Malay 
Peninsula " ;  various  stories  and 
articles  in  London  and  local  press. 
Address  :  "  Free  Press  ",  Singapore, 
Straits  Settlements. 

DAVID,  Paul  August  Felix  (SEKEM- 
BAN),  F.M.S.  Civil  Service ;  b.  May 
10,  1874.  Cadet  at  Perak,  1896; 
assistant  District  Magistrate  and 
Treasivrer,  Kuala  Kangsar,  Dec., 
1900  ;  acting  assistant  Secretary 
to  Resident,  March,  1902  ;  acting 
District  Magistrate,  Matang,  April, 
1902  ;  acting  assistant  Secretary  to 
Resident,  Aug.,  1902;  acting  Dis- 
trict Magistrate,  Kuala  Kangsar, 


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Nov.,  1902;  2nd  assistant  District 
Officer,  Kuala  Kangsar,  and  acting 
assistant  Secretary  to  Resident, 
Jan.,  1893  ;  District  Officer,  Temer- 
loh,  continued  as  acting  assistant 
Secretary  to  Resident,  Perak,  Mar., 
1904 ;  acting  Revenue  Auditor, 
Seremban,  1906.  Address:  Serem- 
ban,  Negri  Sembilan,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

DAVIDSON,  Ewen  Charles  (PERAK), 
F.M.S.  civil  Service  ;  b.  July  30, 
1850.  Road  Overseer,  Kinta,  1890  ; 
Financial  clerk,  Public  Works 
Department,  Perak,  March,  1891; 
assistant  Superintendent  of  Posts 
and  Telegraphs,  April,  1895  ;  acting 
Superintendent  of  Posts  and  Tele- 
graphs, Selangor,  Aug.,  1900  ;  acting 
Superintendent,  Posts  and  Tele- 
graphs, Perak,  1906.  A  ddress :  Perak, 
Federated  Malay  States. 

DAVIS,  Edward  Clarence  (YOKO- 
HAMA), Merchant";  Senior  partner 
Samuel,  Samuel  and  Co.;  b.  1874 ;  m. 
Clara,  o.  d.  of  H.  W.  Andrews,  Yoko- 
hama and  Cincinnati.  Educ. :  St. 
Paul's  School ;  Heidelberg  College. 
Arrived  in  the  East  in  1896  to  join 
firm  of  Samuel, Samuel  and  Co.;  was 
made  senior  partner  in  1901 ;  when 
war  broke  out  firm  was  entrusted 
with  responsible  duty  of  supplying 
the  Japanese  Army  and  Navy; 
successfully  negotiated  Kansai 
Railway  Loan  in  1905  (first  Japanese 
railway  loan  ever  floated  abroad) ; 
has  been  holder  of  Formosa  and 
Japan  Camphor  Monopolies  for  six 
years;  has  been  President,  Yoko- 
hama Foreign  Board  of  Trade  for 
last  two  years ;  President  of  Yoko- 
hama Amateur  Dramatic  Club  ;  one 


of  the  founders  of  Beethoven  (Mus.) 
Society.  Clubs  :  Thatched  House, 
Lond. ;  Yokohama  United.  Address: 
Yokohama,  Japan;  29,  Gloucester 
Place,  Portman  Square,  London. 

DAVIS,  William  Herbert  Trenchard 
(HONGKONG),  J.P. ;  Branch  Mana- 
ger and  Underwriter,  Commercial 
Union  Assurance  Co. ;  b,  Dec.  19, 
1868.  Chairman  of  the  Fire  In- 
surance Association  of  Hongkong, 
1899-1901,  1904-6;  Honorary  Secre- 
tary, Volunteer  Reserve  Association 
from  inception  till  March,  1906. 
Club  :  Hongkong.  Address:  Hong- 
kong. 

DAY,  George  Harold  (KUALA  LUM- 
PUR), Barrister  at  Law;  Advocate 
and  Solicitor,  Federated  Malay 
States ;  b.  Jan.  4,  1876.  Educ.  : 
Radley  College ;  University  College, 
Oxford.  Called  to  Bar  by  Inner 
Temple,  1899.  Address:  Kuala 
Lumpur,  Selangor,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

DAY,  H.  R.  A.  (KUCHING),  Magistrate. 
Cadet,  Sarawak  Civil  Service,  1886  ; 
assistant  Resident,  Lundu,  1881; 
assistant  Resident,  Bitulu,  1893; 
Resident,  2nd  class,  1896 ;  Resident 
of  Lundu,  1898  ;  Resident,  2nd  class, 
Upper  Sarawak,  1902 ;  Magistrate, 
Court  of  Request*,  Kuching.  Ad- 
dress :  Kuching,  Sarawak,  Borne. 

DEACON,  Victor  Hobart  (HONGKONG), 
Solicitor  ;  b.  Ottery,  St.  Mary, 
Devon,  Jan.  19,  1847.  Educ.  : 
Marlborough  College.  Arrived 
Hongkong,  July,  1880.  Clubs : 
Junior  Carlton,  Pall  Mall,  London  ; 
Hongkong.  Address:  1  Des  Voeus 
Road,  Hongkong. 


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DEALY,  Thomas  Kirkman  (HONG- 
KONG), F.B.G.S.,  J.P.  ;  Second 
Master  Queen's  College  ;  Educ.  : 
St.  Mary's  College,  Brook  Green, 
Hammersmith  ;  Marquis  of  Rlpoii 
Prizeman  and  double  first  (head  of 
each  list)  ;  Intermediate  Arts 
(London);  Dipl6m£  de  1' Alliance 
Francaise,  Degrd  Supe"rieur  (Paris); 
student  of  Lincoln's  Inn,  Head- 
master, St.  Mary's  Schools,  Derby 
Jan.,  1881  to  Aug.,  1884;  arrived  in 
Hongkong  as  Assistant  Master, 
Government  Central  School,  Dec.  1, 
1884;  Honorary  Examiner  in 
Physics,  College  of  Medicine  for 
Chinese,  1888  ;  passed  final 
examination,  Higher  Grade 
Chinese,  Aug.,  1890;  Chief,  Senior 
Assistant  Master,  Queen's  College, 
and  acting  Second  Master,  for  five 
periods,  between  1890  and  1905; 
promoted  Second  Master,  April, 
19C6.  Publications  :  Revised  and 
considerably  enlarged  the  new 
edition  of  the  late  Dr.  Chalmers' 
<l  English  and  Cantonese  Colloquial 
Dictionary."  Club  :  The  Corona. 
Address  :  "  Craigmin  East,"  Maga- 
zine Gap,  Hongkong. 

DEANS,  Rev.  William  (I CHANG), 
Minister  of  Church  of  Scotland ;  b. 
Oct.  28,  1864.  Educ. :  Wilton  Public 
School  ;  Edinburgh  University. 
Arrived  in  China,  March,  1890; 
Senior  Missionary  of  Church  of 
Scotland  since  1893  ;  was  present  at 
riots  of  1891,  1895  and  1900  ;  in  1891 
troubles  lost  all  possessions ;  at 
present  time  head  of  training 
institution  for  native  workers  and 
of  Boy's  High  School,  Ichang; 
correspondent  of  "  N.-C.  Daily 


News."  Publications:  "A Catechism 
for  the  Young  in  China  " ;  articles 
to  "  Life  and  Work  "  ;  "  Morning 
Rays  "  ;  "  Mission  World  "  ;  "  Ex- 
pository Times  "  ;  "  Missionary  Re- 
corder." Address :  Ichang,  China. 

DEARING,  Rev.  John  Lincoln  (YOKO- 
HAMA), D.D.  ;  Clergyman  and  Mis- 
sionary ;  b.  Dec.  10, 1858  ;  m.  May,  d. 
of  Rev.  H.  Hinckley,  Mass.,  U.S.A. 
Educ. :  Colby  College ;  Newton 
Theological  Seminary.  President 
of  Baptist  Theological  Seminary, 
Yokohama,  since  1904 ;  Vice-Pre- 
sident, Standing  Committee  of  Co- 
operating Christian  Missions  of 
Japan  ;  Secretary  of  Asiatic  Society 
of  Japan ;  correspondent,  Japan 
Society,  London ;  one  of  Secretaries 
of  Ecumenical  Conference,  New 
York,  1900  ;  arrived  in  Japan,  1889  ; 
formerly  Pastor's  Assistant  in 
Cambridge,  Mass.  Publications: 
"  Systematic  Theology "  (in  Ja- 
panese) ;  sundry  articles  in  maga- 
zines, etc.  Address:  75,  Bluff, 
Yokohama,  Japan. 

DE  BECKER,  Joseph  Ernest 
(YOKOHAMA),  Solicitor ;  b.  Dec.,  7, 
1863,  at  London;  m.  1900,  Ethel 
Dorothy  Suzu,  d.  of  late— Takegaki, 
formerly  Minister  of  Daimyo  of 
Nagaoka,  Echigo  Province.  Educ. : 
Great  Britain.  Went  to  America 
as  young  man ;  arrived  in  Japan, 
1887 ;  was  engaged  in  commerce 
some  years,  during  which  attention 
was  attracted  to  subject  of  judi- 
cial reform;  was  led  to  make 
elaborate  study  of  Japanese  lan- 
guage, customs  and  laws ;  for  12 
years  previous  to  treaty  revision 
followed  each  step  in  Compilation 


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of  modern  Codes ;  when  Treaties 
were  finally  revised  was  appointed 
by  Impeiial  Japanese  Government 
Special  Commissioner  of  Judicial 

'  Department  to  assist  in  interpre- 
tation of  complicated  foreign  cases; 
was  engaged  in  celebrated  miller 
triple  murder  case  veiy  day  after 
revised  Treaties  came  into  force. 

'  Publicaticns.  :  "Japanese  Self 
Taught,"  "The  Nightless  City"; 
"  Kamakura,  the  City  of  Silent 
Temples";  "Japanese  Paitner- 
ships  and  Companies ;  "  translator 
of  many  of  existing  laws,  and  has 
written  several  books  on  Japanese 
legal  matters.  Cliils :  Tokyo; 
Yokohama  United.  Address:  Yui- 
ga-hama  ;  Kamakura-machi ;  Soshiu 
and  70,  Yamashita-cho,  Yokohama, 
Japan. 

DE  BERNARD,  Barthelemy  Henri 
(GiA-DiNH),  Resident ;  Administra- 
tor, 1st  class;  I.  Octt  6,  1859. 
Joined  Civil  Service,  Indo-China, 
Dec.  20,  1884;  Administrator,  4th 
class,  Oct.  7,  1889;  Administrator, 
3rd  class,  July  14,  1892;  Adminis- 
trator, 2nd  class,  Sept.  24,  1895; 
Administrator,  l^t  class,  Oct.  1, 
1900.  Decoration:  Officer d'lnstiuc- 
tion.  Address:  Gia-Dinh,  province 
of  Gia-Dinh,  Cochiu-Cliina. 

DEBNEY,  Stanley  Turner  (ULU 
LAXGAT),  Federated  Malay  States 
Civil  Service;  b.  March  2S,  1862. 
Assistant  Engineer,  Kuala  Seman- 
tan  railway,  1890 ;  temporarily 
employed  on  Railway  survey, 
Kuala  Kubu  to  Raub,  Feb.,  1896; 
District  Surveyor,  1899;  District 
Surveyor  in  Revenue  Office,  Ulu 
Langat,  1906.  Address:  Ulu 


Langat,  Selangor,  Federated  Malay 
States. 

DEBON,  Lieut-Colonel  Alfred  A. 
(HANOI),  Commandant  Groupe  des 
Batteries  de  Reserve  de  Chine. 
Decoration :  Chevalier  de  la  Legion 
d'Honneur.  A  ddress :  Hanoi, 
Tonkin,  Indo-China. 

DE  BONDY-RIARIO,  Count  Raphael 
de  Taillepied  (SIXGAPOKK),  Consul 
for  France ;  b.  May  21,  1856,  at 
Paris,  s.  of  Count  Emile  de  Bondy, 
former  Plenipotentiary  Minister, 
and  of  Countess,  nee  Marchioness 
Riario-Sforza.  Educ. :  Paris,  took 
degrees  in  literature  and  law. 
Entered  French  Diplomatic  service 
as  attache  to  Cabinet  of  Minister 
for  Foreign  affairs,  1878;  Attache 
of  Embassy,  at  Vienna,  1879;  3rd 
Secretary  of  Embassy  at  Stockholm, 
1882;  Charge  d' Affairs,  1883;  Sec- 
retary of  Embassy  at  Madiid,  1884  ; 
Diplomatic  service  at  Port  au 
Prince,  1885;  at  Lima,  1886;  at 
Buenos  Ayres,  1887 ;  Charge 
d'Affaires  in  Argentine  Republic, 
1889;  2nd  class  Secretary  of  Legation 
at  Tokyo,  1891;  appointed  to 
initiate  a  French  Consulate  at 
Formosa,  1895  ;  acting  1st  Secretary 
of  Legation  at  Tokyo,  18£9;  Consul 
(first  class)  Singapore,  since  Sept.  16r 
19G2.  Decorations :  Commander  of 
French  Colonial  Order  of  Cam- 
bodge;  Officer  of  Charles  III  of 
Spain  ;  Knight  Sovereign  Order  of 
St.  Jean  de  Jerusalem  (Malta) ; 
Wasa  de  Suede  and  Takoro  de 
Serbie,  etc.  Club:  Cercle  Agric ole, 
Paris.  Address:  French  Consulate, 
10,  St.  Thomas'  Walk,  Singapore. 
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DE  BOYER  DE  SAINTE  SUZANNE, 
Maurice  M.  M.  J.  F.  R.  (SAIGON), 
Conseiller,  Cour  cl'Appel ;  b.  Mars 
2,  1855.  Entree  rAdministration  de 
la  Justice,  Feb.  3,  1887  ;  Conseiller, 
Mai  13,  1902.  Address  :  Saigon, 
Cochin-China. 

DE  CARCER,  M.  (PEKING),  Envoy  Ex- 
traordinary and  Minister  Plenipo- 
tentiary for  Spain.  Address : 
Spanish  Legation,  Peking,  China. 

DE  COLOMB,  Emmanuel  Joseph 
Albert  (HANOI),  Treasurer;  b.  Jan. 
13,  1857.  Entered  Indo-China  Civil 
Service,  Dec.  23,  1902.  Decoration: 
Chevalier  de  la  Legion  d'Honneur. 
Address  :  Hanoi,  Tonkin,  Indo- 
China. 

DE  FREITAS,  J.  Batallia  (TOKYO), 
Envoy  Extraordinary  and  Minister 
Plenipotentiary  for  Portugal.  Ad- 
dress :  Portuguese  Legation,  7, 
Nagatacho,  Kojimachi,  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

DE  GAIFFIER,  M.  E.  (PEKING),  Envoy 
Extraordinary  and  Minister 
Plenipotentiary  for  Belgium.  Ad- 
dress :  Belgian  Legation,  Peking, 
China. 

DEGORCE,  Dr.  Jean  Charles  Armand 
(HANOI),  Professor,  1'Eeole  de 
Medecine  de  1'Indo-Chine ;  Officer 
d'Academie.  Appointed,  April  18, 
1902.  Address  :  Hanoi,  Tonkin, 
Indo-China. 

DE  GOY,  Pierre  Marie  (ANNAM), 
Resident ;  Administrator,  2nd 
class;  b.  Nov.  29,  1860.  Joined 
Indo-China  Civi^  Service,  June  8, 
1882;  Administrator,  4th  class, 
Nov.  6,  1887;  Administrator,  3rd 


class,  Jan.  1,  1893;  Administrator, 
2nd  class,  June  1, 1896.  Decoration  : 
Chevalier  de  la  Legion  d'Honneur. 
Address:  Annam,  Indo-China. 

DE  GRAY,  Harry  (SHANGHAI), 
Manager  of  China  and  Japan 
Trading  Co.  Member  of  Shanghai 
Municipal  Council.  Club  :  Country, 
Shanghai.  Address :  2,  Sungkiang^ 
Road,  Shanghai,  China. 

DE  HAMEL,  Major  Hargrave  Barry 

(BATU  GAJAH),  Assistant  Commis- 
sioner of  Police ;  b.  1872.  Educ.  : 
Charterhouse.  2nd  Lieut.,  London, 
deny,  R.G.A.,  1889;  Major,  1902; 
seconded  to  the  Hausa  Force, 
1895-97;  Ashanti  Expedition, 
1895-96;  seconded,  Straits  Settle- 
ments Police,  1897-1905;  seconded, 
Federated  Malay  States  Police 
1905.  Decoration:  Ashanti  Medal, 
1895-96.  Club:  Junior  United 
Service,  London,  W.  Address: 
Batu  Gajah,  Perak,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

DE  HAVILLAND,  (see:  HAVILLAND, 
WALTER  AUGUSTUS  DE). 

DE  HORSEY,  Captain  Spencer  V.  Y. 
(HONGKONG),  R.N.  ;  Captain  of 
H.M.  first  class  cruiser  "  Kent." 
Promoted  to  present  rank,  Oct.  21, 
19CO  ;  appointed  to  command,  Dec. 

15,  1905.      Club:    Hongkong.    Ad- 
dress :  H.M.S.  "  Kent,"  Hongkong. 

DE  LALANDE-CALAN,  Oliver  Char- 
les Arthur  (SAIGON),  Resident ; 
Administrator,  1st  class ;  6.  Nov., 

16,  1853.    Joined  Indo-China  Civil 
Service,  July  1, 1881 ;  Administrator 
4th  class,  Jan.,   1,   1884;  Adminis- 
trator,    3rd     class,    Jan.    1,    1886 ; 
Administrator,  2nd  class,  Aug.   1, 


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1889 ;  Administrator,  1st  class,  Aug. 

I,  1892.    Decoration :   Chevalier  de 
la    Legion    d'Honneur.     Address: 
Saigon,  Cochin-China. 

DE  MELLO,  Aloysius  (SINGAPORE), 
Straits  Settlements  Civil  Service;  b. 
Nov.  8, 1880.  Appointed  to  Colonial 
Secretary's  Office  as  Acting  Chief 
Clerk,  April,  1904;  transferred  to 
Chinese  Protectorate,  Singapore, 
Nov.,  1904;  is  Magistrate  for  Singa- 
pore ;  studied  Chinese  at  Canton. 
Address :  Singapore,  Straits  Settle- 
ments. 

DE  MIRIBEL,  Marie  Joseph  (HANOI), 
Resident ;  Administrator,  1st 
class;  b.  Feb.  15,  185S.  Joined 
Indo-China  Civil  Service,  Sept.  11, 
1890 ;  Administrator  4th  class  Sept. 

II,  1898 ;  Administrator,  3rd  class, 
July  14,   1894 ;   Administrator,  2nd 
class,  Jan.  1,  1890  ;  Administrator, 
1st  class,  Jan.,  1,  1902  ;  Decoration : 
Chevalier  de  la  Legion  d'Honneur. 
Address :    Hanoi,     Tonkin,     Indo- 
China. 

DEMPSTER,  Capt.  Herbert  Thomas 
(KUALA  LUMPUR),  Company  Com- 
mander, Malay  States  Guides ;  b, 
May  26,  1882.  Wing  officer,  Malay 
States  Guides,  1902  ;  Company 
Commander,  1904.  A  ddress :  Kuala 
Lumpur,  Selangor,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

DENHAM,  John  Edward  (SHANGHAI), 
Architect;  b.  Feb.  7,  1875  ;  m.  1901, 
Gladys,  e.  d.  of  John  Smedley, 
Architect  and  Painter.  Educ.  : 
Hele's  School,  Exeter.  Articled  to 
Edward  George  Warren,  Architect ; 
for  seven  years  held  appointment 
as  Architect  to  the  Shanghai 


Municipality ;  1901  joined  partner- 
ship in  the  firm  of  John  Smedley 
and  Son,  Architects,  Shanghai  and 
Chefoo.  Address:  Shanghai,  China. 

DENING,  Walter  (SENDAI),  Professor 
of  English  in  2nd  High  School, 
Sendai ;  Journalist ;  b.  July  23,  1846; 
m.  1870  and  1891.  Educ. :  Taignton, 
Devonshire,  and  Church  Missionary 
College,  London.  Ordained  in  1869; 
priest  in  Mauiitius,  1870 ;  mis- 
sionary, under  Church  Missionary 
Society  at  Andoverante,  Madagas- 
car, 1870-73 ;  missionary  under 
Church  Missionary  Society  |at 
Hakodate,  1874 ;  relinquished  holy 
orders,  Nov.  17.  1885,  and  joined 
Japanese  Education  Department; 
appointed  Lecturer  in  Ethics  at 
High  Normal  School ;  joined  the 
Naval  Department  as  teacher  of 
English  at  Naval  Academy  in  1890  ; 
became  Editor  of  "Japan  Gazette," 
1891 ;  went  to  Australia  in  1892 ; 
engaged  in  farming  at  Healesville, 
Victoria,  for  three  years ;  returned 
to  Japan  in  July,  1895,  and  took  up 
present  post.  Decorations:  5th 
order  of  Rising  Sun.  Publications : 
"  Life  of  Toyotomi  Hideyoshi," 
1888;  "Japan  in  Days  of  Yore," 
1888,  (2nd  edition,  enlarged,  1905) ; 
"  New  Life  of  Toyotomi  Hideyoshi," 
1904;  "High  School  Series  of 
English  Readers  "  ;  "  Anglo-Japan- 
ese Readers";  "Short  Japanese 
and  Chinese  Stories,"  and  numerous 
contributions  to  periodicals.  Ad- 
dress :  Sendai,  Japan. 

DENNYS,  Frederick  Onslow  Brooke 

(SUNGKAi),  Assistant  Conservator  of 
Forests  ;  b.  Oct.  31,  1873.  Forest 
Inspector  at  Selangor,  1902  ;  acting 


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Forest  Officer,  Selangor,  1902  ; 
Forest  Inspector,  1902  ;  acting 
assistant  Conservator  of  Forests, 
Perak,  1903  ;  acting  General  Assis- 
tant to  Conservator,  1904;  appointed 
to  present  position,  1906.  Address  : 
Sungkai,  Perak,  Federated  Malay 
States. 

DENNYS,  Henry  Lardner  (HONG- 
KONG), Solicitor  and  Notary  Public; 
b.  Hampshire,  1852.  Admitted  as  a 
solicitor  of  the  Supreme  Court  of 
Hongkong,  Jan.  1874  ;  Secretary, 
Librarian  and  Curator  of  the  City 
Hall,  Hongkong,  1877  to  1900  ; 
Crown  Solicitor,  1896  to  1900  ; 
Solicitor  of  H.B.M.  Supreme  Court 
in  China  and  Japan ;  Foreign 
Member  of  the  Chartered  Institute 
of  Patent  Agents.  Address  : 
Hongkong ;  Surbiton,  Surrey. 

DERRY,  Robert  (SINGAPORE),  As- 
sistant Superintendent,  Botanical 
Gardens  ;  b.  Dec.,  24,  1860.  Engaged 
Botanical  Gardens,  British  Guiana, 
1883;  assistant  Superintendent  of 
Forests,  Malacca,  1886;  acting 
Superintendent  of  Forests,  Singa- 
pore, 1888 ;  assistant  Superinten- 
dent of  Forests,  Penang,  1891  ; 
Superintendent  Government  Gar- 
dens, Taiping,  Perak,  1898;  as- 
sistant Superintendent,  Botanical 
Gardens,  Singapore,  since  1903; 
Member  of  Committee  for  Govern- 
ment Agricultural  Shows.  Address : 
Singapore,  Straits  Settlements 

DESBOROUGH,  Charles  Ernest  Mait- 
land  (  SEREMBAN  ),  Magistrate  ; 
b.  Nov.  30,  1865.  Secretary  to 
British  Resident,  Pahang,  1890  ; 
acting  Collector  and  magistrate, 
Rompin,  1891 ;  acting  Collector  and 


Magistrate,  Kuala  Pahang,  and 
Rompin,  1892 ;  acting  Collector  and 
Magistrate  and  acting  Registrar 
of  Mines,  Pekan,  1892 ;  assistant 
Collector  and  Magistrate,  Jelabu, 
1893 ;  Financial  Officer,  Sungei 
Ujong  and  acting  Auditor  for  N.egri 
Sembilan,  1894;  Collector  of  Land 
Revenue,  Sungai  Ujong,  1895;  Ma- 
gistrate, Treasurer,  and  Inspector 
of  Schools,  1897  ;  acting  District 
Officer,  Jelebu,  1898 ;  Warden  of 
Mines,  Selangor,  1900 ;  acting  Dis- 
trict Officer,  Port  Dickson,  1901 ; 
circuit  Magistrate,  1901 ;  acting 
Collector  of  Land  Revenue  and 
Registrar  of  Titles,  Perak,  1901 ; 
assistant  District  Officer,  Kinta, 
1904 ;  filled  other  posts,  and  ap- 
pointed Circuit  Magistrate,  acting 
Collector  of  Land  Revenue,  and 
Registrar  of  Titles,  Seremban,  1906. 
Address  :  Seremban,  Negri  Sembi- 
lan, Federated  Malay  States. 

DESHON,  Hon.  H.  F.  (SARAWAK),. 
Resident,  3rd  Division  ;  b.  April  24,. 
1858,  at  West  Ashton,  Wiltshire,  s. 
of  Rev.  H.  C.  Deshon  ;  m.  1869, 
Nora,  y.  d.  of  late  George  Bird, 
Madras  Civil  Service.  Educ.  : 
Sidney  College,  Bath.  Cadet  in 
Sarawak  service,  1876  ;  assistant 
Resident,  Batang  Lupar  District, 
1881 ;  Resident,  Batang  Luparr 
1883-1891;  Divisional  Resident  of 
4th  Division,  1891-1894  ;  acting- 
Resident  of  1st  Division,  1894-1896  : 
Personal  A.D.C.  to  H.H.  the  Rajah 
on  visits  to  England,  1883  and  1901  r. 
commanded  punitive  expedition 
against  head-hunters  in  Batang 
Lupar,  1902.  Recreations  :  Riding 
and  :  cycling.  Clnbs  :  Sports  ; 


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Sarawak ;  Singapore  sporting.    Ad- 
dress :  Sarawak,  Borneo. 

DESORMEAUX,  Alphonse  Pierre 
(SAIGON),  Directeur  ties  Postes  et 
des  Tel^graphes  ;  Chef  tin  Service, 
Saigon  ;  b.  April  28,  1856.  Entree 
TAdministration,  April  1,  1873; 
Directenr,  Jan.  1,  1904.  Address: 
Saigon,  Co  chin- China. 

DESVAUX,  Leopold  (SHANGHAI),  Sub- 
Manager,  Banque  del'Indo-Chine  ; 
I).  Oct.  9,  1865.  Educ.  :  Privately. 
Was  formerly  on  staff  of  Banque 
Francaise  du  Bresil  at  Rio  cie 
Janeiro,  Sao  Paulo  and  Santos. 
Club:  Shanghai.  Address:  Banque 
de  I'lndo-Chine,  Shanghai,  China. 

DEVAWONGSE,  Prince  (BANGKOK), 
Minister  for  Foreign  Affairs,  Siam. 
Decoration :  Order  of  St.  Alexander 
Nevski,  1st  class,  Russia  Address: 
Office  of  Foreign  Affairs,  Bangkok, 
Siam. 

DEW,  Arthur  Tomkyns  (PELOK 
ANSON),  District  Officer;  b.  March 
6,  1853  ;  in.  Lucy  Elizabeth,  d.  of 
Charles  Amphlett,  of  Four  Ashes 
Hall,  Bridgewoith.  Educ. :  Bell 
.and  Johnson's  Preparatory  School 
for  Royal  Navy,  Southsea.  Naval 
cadet,  1867  ;  Midshipman,  1869 ; 
Sub.-Lieut.,  1874;  took  part  in  the 
Expeditions  to  the  Linggi  and 
Lukut  rivers  in  1874,  and  in 
suppression  of  piracy  on  Malayan 
coast,  1874-75;  left  navy,  1876; 
Coffee  planter  Ceylon  and  Johore, 
Malay  Peninsula,  1876-81 ;  Magis- 
trate and  Collector,  Perak,  1881; 
is  a  J.P. ;  Magistrate  for  Singapore 
andPenang;  Commissioner,  Court 
of  Requests;  District  Magistrate, 


Krian,  Apr.,  1899;  acting  District 
Magistrate,  Lower  Perak,  July, 
1901;  District  Officer,  Batang 
Padang,  Perak,  Nov.,  1902  ;  District 
Officer,  Lower  Perak,  1904. 
Publications:  "Exploring  Ex- 
pedition from  Selama,  Perak,  over 
the  mountains  to  Pong  Patani," 
1883;  "The  Fishing  Industry  of 
Krian  and  Kuran,  Perak,"  1885. 
Decorations:  Indian  Medal  with 
Perak  Clasp.  Clubs :  Junior  Army 
and  Navy,  London.  Address :  Pelok 
An  son,  Perak,  Federated  Malay 
States. 

DEW,  Edward  Costa  (TAMPIX),  F.M.S. 
Civil  Service ;  b.  Sept.  4,  1872.  As- 
sistant Engineer,  Public  Works 
Department,  Gold  Ooast,  1899; 
District  Surveyor,  Negri  Sembilan, 
1901 ;  Surveyor,  1st  grade,  Tampin, 
1904.  Address  :  Tampin,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

DEWAR,  Lieut.  Arthur  Robert 
Jolinstone  (SINGAPORE),  Assistant 
Superintendent  of  Police;  b.  Oct. 
11, 1869.  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant, 
5th  New  Zealand  Mounted  Rifles  in 
South  Africa,  1900 ;  wing  officer, 
Malay  States  Guides,  1902;  2nd 
Lieut.,  5th  Royal  Warwickshire 
Militia,  1903  ;  Assistant  Superinten- 
dent of  Police,  Singapore,  1906. 
Address :  Singapore,  Straits  Settle- 
ments. 

DICKSON,  Eric  Ayton  (KUALA  PILAH), 
F.M.S.  Civil  Service  ;  b,  Jan.  13, 
1876.  Junior  Officer,  Selangor,  1896  ; 
in  charge  of  Septang  sub-district, 
1898  ;  acting  assistant  Collector  of 
Land  Revenue,  Kuala  Lumpur, 
Jan.,  1900;  acting  District  Officer, 

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Klang,  continued  as  acting 
tant  Collector  of  Land  Reve- 
nue, Kuala  Lumpur,  May,  1900 ; 
acting  assistant  District  Officer, 
Serendah,  June,  1800  ;  acting 
District  Officer,  Kuala,  Langat, 
Mar.,  1901 ;  acting  2nd  Magistrate, 
Kuala  Lumpur,  Nov.,  1901 ;  acting 
District  Officer,  Kuala  Langat, 
Dec.,  1901  ;  passed  in  law,  1903  ; 
Magistrate,  Registrar  of  Titles  and 
Superintendent  of  Prisons,  Pahang, 

1903  ;  Circuit  Magistrate,  Selangor, 

1904  ;  acting  District  Officer,   Kuala 
Pilah,  since  1904.    Address  :  Kuala 
Pilah,  Negri  Sembilan,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

DICKSON,  Hon.  Charles  Wedderburn 
(HONGKONG),  Partner  in  the  firm 
of  Jardine,  Matheson  and  Co. ; 
Member  of  Legislative  Council ; 
Deputy  Chairman  of  Hongkong 
and  Shanghai  Banking  Corpor- 
ation ;  director  of  various  local 
companies;  b.  Feb.,  23,  1863;  m. 
Frances  Emiline,  y.  d.  of  late  Sir 
Harry  Parkes,  British  Minister  at 
Tokyo  and  Peking.  Educ. :  Scot- 
land. Arrived  in  Hongkong,  1884, 
and  commenced  association  with 
Jardine,  Matheson  and  Co.,  was 
at  Shanghai  from  1894-7.  Club: 
Thatched  House ;  Hongkong.  Ad- 
dress :  East  Point,  Hongkong. 

DIGUET,  Lieut-Colonel  Edouard  J.  J. 

(HANOI),  Commandant  de  Territoire 
Militaire  et  Cercles.  Decorations: 
Chevalier  de  la  Legion  d'Honneur; 
Officier  d'Academie.  Address: 
Hanoi,  Tonkin,  Indo-China. 

BINSMORE,  William  Holmes  (SEREN- 
DAH),  B.A.,  LL.B.,  Dublin;  F.M.S. 


Civil  Service  ;  b.  Aug.  3,  1877.  Cadet 
at  Negri  Sembilan,  1902;. acting 
assisting  Disti'ict  Officer,  Kuala 
Pilah,  Mar.,  1904;  acting  District 
Officer,  Kuala  Pilah,  April,  1904; 
acting  assistant  District  Officer, 
April,  1904;  passed  in  law,  1903; 
acting  assistant  District  Officer, 
Serendah,  1906.  Address :  Serendah, 
Selangor,  Federated  Malay  States. 

DISHAM,  Arthur  John  (BATANG 
PADANG),  Inspector  of  Mines ;  b. 
Feb.  27,  1876.  Entered  F.M.S.  Civil 
Service,  1894  ;  appointed  to  present 
post,  1903.  Address :  Batang  Pa- 
dang,  Perak,  Federated  Malay 
States. 

DITTE,  Colonel  Albeit  (HANOI), 
Commandant  3e  Regiment  de 
Tirailleurs  Tonkinois.  Decora- 
tion :  Chevalier  de  la  Le"gion 
d'Honueur.  Address:  Hanoi,  Ton- 
kin, Tndo-China. 

DIXON,  Arthur  Wesley  (HONGKONG), 
Master  Mariner ;  Superintendent  of 
West  River  British  Steamship 
Company ;  b.  Dec.  25,  1869.  Educ.  : 
Private  Schools.  Joined  mercantile 
marine  in  1882;  visited  almost 
every  part  of  the  world ;  in  the 
pilgrim  trade  to  Jeddah  for  several 
years  ;  for  some  years  in  command 
on  China  Coast ;  travelled  exten- 
sively as  Commercial  Agent  in  the 
South  of  China;  present  at  the 
opening  at  Kongmoon,  1904.  Ad- 
dress: c/o  Butteriield  and  Swire, 
Hongkong. 

DOBERCK,  William  (HONGKONG), 
Director  of  the  Government  Obser- 
vatory ;  b.  1852.  From  1874  to  1883 
Astronomer  in  Charge  of  the 


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astronomical  and  meteorological 
observatory,  Markree,  Co.  Sligo, 
Ireland.  Pi'blications :  Has  pub- 
lished 20  volumes  of  observations 
and  researches  at  Hongkong, 
and  200  papers  on  astronomical 
and  magnetic  subjects  in  scientific 
periodicals,  and  in  the  publications 
of  scientific  societies  and  institu- 
tions in  Europe  and  America. 
Address  :  Observatory,  Kowloon, 
Hongkong. 

DOCEUL,    Fernand   Louis    Samuel 

(SADEC),  Resident ;  Administrator, 
1st  class  ;  b.  Nov.  14,  1857.  Joined 
Indo-China  Civil  Sen-ice,  July  1, 
1882;  Administrator,  4th  class, 
June  1,  1887 ;  Administrator,  3rd 
class,  Aug.  6,  1888  ;  Administrator, 
2nd  class,  Jan.  1,  1893 ;  Adminis- 
trator, 1st  class,  Sept,  1,  1898. 
Decoration':  Officier  d' Academic. 
Address  :'  Sadec,  province  of  Sadec, 
Cochin-China. 

"DOLLY"  (see:  D'OLIVER,  LEONARD). 

DOMERGUE,  Eugene  (HANOI),  Re- 
sident ;  Administrator,  1st  class  ;  b. 
Mar.  1,  1849.  Joined  Indo-China 
Civil  Sen-ice,  Aug.  8, 1886 ;  Adminis- 
trator, 4th  class,  Mar.  12,  1888; 
Administrator,  3rd  class,  Jan.  12, 
1892  ;  Administrator,  2nd  class,  July 
20,  1895  ;  Administrator,  1st  class, 
Jan.  1,  1902;  Address:  Hanoi, 
Tonkin,  Indo-China. 

DONALD,  William  Henry  (  HONG- 
KONG), Journalist;  Managing- 
Editor,  "China  Mail";  b.  June 
22,  1875,  at  Lithgow,  N.S.W.  ; 
e.  s.  of  George  Donald,  first 
Mayor  of  Lithgow,  later,  M.P. 
for  Hartley.  Educ.  :  Cooer- 


wull  Academy.  Was  sub-Editor 
and  Editor  of  Bathurst  "National 
Advocate,"  1898-1900  ;  member  of 
staff  of  "  Daily  Telegraph,"  Sydney, 
and  "  The  Argus,"  Melbourne,  Nov. 
1900- April  1903;  came  to  Far  East 
in  May,  1903,  joining  "  China  Mail  " 
as  sub-Editor;  appointed  Manag- 
ing-Editor in  June,  1904  ; 
represented  "  Daily  Telegraph," 
Sydney  ;  "  The  Age,"  Melbourne  ; 
"  Advertiser,"  Adelaide,  and 
"  China  Mail,"  on  special  service  in 
Japan  from  outbreak  of  Russo- 
Japanese  war  until  June,  1904  ;  was 
special  correspondent  for  "  Daily 
Express,"  London,  and  "  China 
Mail,"  with  Baltic  Fleet,  under 
Admiral  Rozhdestveusky,  at  Van- 
fong  Bay  and  Port  Dyot,  Annam, 
Indo-China,  19C5,  being  only  Eng- 
lish correspondent  to  witness  final 
departure  of  fleet  from  coast  for 
Tsushima  on  May  14.  Clubs  : 
Hongkong  ;  Royal  Hongkong: 
Yacht ;  Corinthian  Yacht,  etc. 
Address:  Hongkong  Hotel,  Hong- 
kong. 

DONALDSON,  Charles  Egerton 
(LARVT),  Second  assistant  Distnct 
Officer,  b.  Feb.,  23,  1873.  Joined 
the  Derak  Civil  Service  in  May. 
1893 ;  at  present  in  class  4,  of 
Federated  Malay  States  Civil 
Service.  Club :  Sports,  London  ; 
New,  Taiping,  etc.  Address  :  Larut, 
Derak,  Federated  Malay  States. 

DONOVAN,  John  Patrick  (HANKOW), 
District  Postmaster;  b.  London 
Jan.  7,  1852 ;  ?/i.  Margaret,  daughter 
of  Richard  Ewart,  North  Chields, 
England.  Educ. :  London.  Joined 
Imperial  Maritime  Customs,  1875 ; 


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in  charge  of  Customs  Post 
Office,  Peking,  1880-83;  Deputy 
Postmaster  and  Inspecting  Deputy, 
Chinese  Imperial  Po.st  Office, 
Shanghai,  1899-1900  ;  acting  Postal 
Secretary,  1900-1901 ;  District  Post- 
master, Hankow,  1903-06 ;  travelled 
extensively  in  China,  and  speaks 
several  dialects,  as  well  as 
mandarin  ;  prominent  member 
for  many  years  of  Shanghai 
Literary  and  Debating  Society, 
member  Irish  Literary  Society, 
Gaelic  League  and  China  Branch' 
of  Royal  Asiatic  Society  ;  lectured 
in  many  parts  of  England  on  China 
and  other  subjects ;  recommended 
to  Postmaster-General,  India,  for 
recognition  in  connection  with 
services  Indian  Field  Force,  IJHM)- 
1901.  Decorations :  Civil  rank  of 
Fourth  class,  China;  Shanghai  Jubi- 
lee Medal;  China  War  Medal,  1900 
(Biiti.'li).  Publications:  Lectures 
on  "Oliver  Cromwell,"  "Irish 
Humour,"  "  Cycle  of  Progress 
(hiring  the  reign  of  Queen 
Victoria";  "  W.  K.  Gladstone"; 
"Matthew  Arnold";  "The  Work- 
ing  classes  of  China";  "Disestab- 
lishment," etc.  Club :  Hankow. 
Addrcsx :  Hankow,  China  ;  and  c/o 
K.  S.  King  &  Co.,  l>:>,  Cornhill, 
London. 

D'OLIVER,  Leonard  (HONGKONG), 
Chief  Officer  steamer  "  Kut  Sang." 
and  Author,  "  Dolly  "  ;  b.  Sept.  10, 
1875.  Educ.  :  Roan  School,  Black- 
heath  ;  Concordia  College,  Zurich. 
Went  to  sea  in  "  Moy,"  sailing 
vessel  of  J.  Nourse  and  Co.,  Oct., 
1891 ;  joined  Indo-Chiua  S.  N.  Co.'s 
st-vvice,  1899.  Publications:  "Tales 


of  Hongkong,"  1891;  "China 
Coasters,"  1903;  "The  Vampire 
Nemesis,"  1905  ;  "  Paul  the  Preten- 
der," a  Romance  of  Hongkong  (iu 
preparation);  many  contiibutions 
to  "  China  Mail,"  and  "  Hongkong 
Telegraph."  Address:  Steamer 
"  Kut  Sang,"  Hongkong;  Thornton 
Heath,  Suirey,  England. 

DOOLY,  John  Schauffler  (SHANGHAI), 
Managing  Director  and-Secretajy, 
Dunning  and  Co.,  Ltd  ;  b.  Oct.  SI, 
1873.  Edvc.:  U.S.A.  Club:  Mafonic, 
Shanghai.  A  ddi-crs  :  S  h  a  n  g h  a  i, 
China. 

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j  DOSSCGNE.  Lecn  (BANGKOK),  Minis- 
ter Resident  and  Consul  General 
for  Belgium.  Add  res*  :  Belgian  Con- 
sulate, Bangkok,  Siam. 

j  DOUGLAS,  Francis  William  (KINTA), 
Secretary  of  the  Sai;itaiy  Board; 
b.  Dec.  31,  1874.  Joined  service 
at  Perak,  1895 ;  acting  assistant 
District  Magistrate,  Tanjong 
Malim,  1896;  acting  District 
Office-r,  Kuantan,  1897;  acting  Dis 
tiict  Officer,  Temerloh,  1898  ;  acting- 
Superintendent,  Ulu  Pahang,  1898 ; 
assistant  Distiict  Magistrate, 
Tanjong  Malim,  1899 ;  acting  Forest 
Officer,  Perak,  1900;  acting  assis- 
tant Secretary  to  Resident,  1902 ; 
assistant  District  Officer,  Tanjong 
Malim,  1903  ;  acting  chief  assistant 
Distiict  Officer,  Batti  Gajah,  1903; 
assistant  District  Officer,  Ipoh, 
and  acting  assistant  Distiict  Officer, 
Larut,  1904  ;  appointed  Deputy 
Chairman  and  Secretary  of  Sanitary 
Board,  Kinta,  1905.  Address:  Kinta, 
Perak,  Federated  Malay  States. 


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DOUGLAS,  James  (II  o  N  G  K  o  N  G), 
A.I.N.A.  ;  Marine  Surveyor;  part- 
ner in  firm  of  Gocldard  and 
Douglas  ;  b.,  1864.  Edac. :  George 
Watson's  College,  Edinburgh. 
Went  to  sea,  1880 ;  came  to  Hong- 
kong, 18S5;  joined  Douglas  Steam- 
ship Co. ;  promoted  ito  commander 
1895  ;  retired  from  sea,  1930.  Club  : 
Hongkong ;  member  jockey,  cricket, 
golf  clubs,  etc.  Address :  Barker 
Road,  Hongkong. 

DOUGLAS,  John  Charles  Edward 
(SHANGHAI),  B.A. ;  Merton  Oxford, 
Honours  Jurisprudence,  1899;  Bar- 
rister-at-law.  Called  to  the  Bar 
at  Grey's  Inn,  June  27,  1900  ;  served 
in  the  Mines  Department  of  the 
British  South  Africa  Company  in 
Rhodesia,  from  Feb.  to  Sept.,  1901 ; 
appointed  Registrar  of  the  Supreme 
Court  for  China  and  Corea,  and 
also  Chief  Clerk,  Aug.  31,  1901; 
acting  Assistant  Judge  at  Shanghai 
from  April  3,  1904  to  July,  1905; 
is  also  Sheriff  and  Coronsr.  Ad- 
dress :  Shanghai,  China. 

DOUGLAS,  R.  Stair  (BAKAM),  Cadet, 
Sarawak  Civil  Service,  1896  ;  assis- 
tant Resident,  1833  ;  Resident,  2nd 
class,  1932;  2nd  class  Resident, 
Baram,  1934.  Address:  Baram, 
Sarawak,  North  Borneo. 

DOUGLAS,  William  Willes  (TAIPIXG), 
F.M.S.  Civil  Service;  b.  Aug.  17, 
1860.  Inspector  Perak  Armed  Police, 
1878  ;  Superintendent  of  Police  and 
Prisons,  Negri  Sembilan,  Oct., 
1881 ;  Officer  in  Charge,  Sungei 
Ujong,  April-May,  1885  ;  Superinten- 
dent of  Police  and  Prisons,  May, 
1886 ;  Collector  and  Magistrate, 


Port  Dickson,  Oct.,  1831  ;  Officer  in 
Charge,  Sungei  Ujong,  May-June, 
1893;  District  Officer,  Klang,  Dec., 
1895 ;  Deputy  Commissioner  of 
Police,  Perak,  Feb.,  1897;  acting 
Commissioner  of  Police,  Federated 
Malay  States,  July,  1897  ;  Deputy 
Commissioner  of  Police,  Taiping, 
1906.  Address :  Taiping,  Perak, 
Federated  Malay  States. 

DOWDALL,  William  Macdonnell 
Mitshell  (SHANGHAI),  F.R.I.B.A., 
A.M.I.C.E.  ;  Architect,  Civil  and 
Military  Engineer.  Consulting  In- 
spector General  of  Fortifications, 
China  Coast;  Engineer  Staff  Officer, 
Shanghai  Volunteers.  Decoration  : 
China  Medal,  1930.  Clubs:  Shang- 
hai ;  R.U.S.I.,  London.  Address: 
Shanghai,  China. 

DOWDEN,  Dr.  Richard  (TAPAH),  M.D., 
M.B.,  B.Ch.,  B.A.,  etc. ;  Physician 
and  Surgeon ;  b.  Sept.  28,  1873. 
Educ. :  Dublin  Univ.,  and  Vienna. 
Surgical  and  Medical  Resident, 
Sir  P.  Dun's  Hospital,  Dublin ; 
studied  in  Vienna.  Medical  Officer 
and  Pathologist,  Banshead,  Lon- 
don Country  Council  Service  ; 
Medical  Officer,  Jamaica  Civil 
Service,  1900  ;  transferred  to  Fede- 
rated Malay  States  on  promotion, 
1903.  Clu b  .-New,  Taiping.  Ail'lrexx  : 
Tapah,  Perak  F3d3rated  M  ilay 
States. 

DOWNING,  T.  C.  (HONGKONG), 
Accountant,  Chartered  Bank  of 
Indi  i,  Australia  and  China.  Club  : 
Hongkong.  Address  :  Queen's 
Road,  Hongkong. 

DREWELL,  Albert  Augustus  Samuel 
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Agent  ;  b.  May  19,  1857  ;  m. 
Josephine  Bose-Beymond,  widow 
of  late  X.  C.  X.  Mancini.  Educ.  : 
London.  Clubs:  Kobe ;  Shanghai ; 
Xippon  Bace ;  Kobe  B.  and  A. ; 
Kobe  Cricket  ;  Kobe  Golf.  Ad- 
drcxs :  Kobe,  Japan. 

DROSEMEIER,  William  (SHANGHAI), 
Director  of  Busso-Chinese  Bank ; 
•b.  Aug.  28,  1863.  Educ.  :  Moscow. 
Decorations  :  Franz  Joseph's 
Order;  Chinese  Order.  Clubs  : 
Shanghai  ;  Concordia.  Address  : 
Busso-Chinese  Bank,  Shanghai ; 
and  St.  Petersburg. 

DROUGHET,  Frederic  (  CHOLON  ), 
Mayor  of  Cholon  ;  President  of 
Municipal  Council.  Address  : 
Cholon,  via  Saigon,  Cochin-China. 

DRUMMOND,  W.  V.  (SHANGHAI), 
Barrister-at-Law  ;  senior  partner  in 
tirm  Drummond,  White-Cooper,  and 
Phillips  ;  H.I.C.M.  Chief  Law 
Officer  for  Foreign  Affairs  of 
Southern  Ports ;  arrived  in  China 
In  1871.  Club  :  Shanghai.  Address  : 
11,  Peking  Boad,  Shanghai,  China. 

DUBAIL,  G.  (PEKING),  Envoy  Extra- 
ordinary and  Minister  Plenipoten- 
tiary for  France.  Decoration : 
Officier  de  la  Legion  d'Honneur. 
Address:  French  Legation,  Peking, 
China, 

DUBOYS  DE  LARAMIERE,  Jean 
Armand  (SAIGON),  Conseiller,  Cour 
d'Appel  ;  b.  Fev.  1,  1847.  Entree 
1' Administration  de  la  Justice, 
Janv.  9,  1892  ;  Conseiller,  Juillet.  1, 
1904.  Address  ::  Saigon,  Indo- 
China.. 


DUBREUIL,  Leon  (HANOI),  Procureur 
General ;  Chef  du  Service  Judiciaire 
en  Indo-Chine ;  b.  Avril  21,  1848. 
Entree  1' Administration  de  la 
Justice,  Oct.  2,  1878;  Procureur 
General,  Sept.  15,  1934.  Decora- 
tion: Chevalier  de  la  Le'gion 
d'Honneur.  Address :  Hanoi,  Ton- 
kin, Indo-China. 

DUDENEY,  Leonard  (SHANGHAI), 
Journalist ;  b.  1875 ;  m.  Ellen,  d.  of 
late  Chas.  Higginson.  Educ,: 
Brighton  ;  Bedford.  Assistant 
Editor,  "  Xorth  China  Herald  "  and 
"North  China  Daily  News"  since 
190C.  Club  :  Shanghai.  Address : 
17  Bund,  Shanghai,  China. 

DUFRENIL,  Paul  Edgard  (  ANNAM  ), 
Besident;  Administrator,  1st  class; 
b.  July  18,  1856.  Joined  Indo- 
China  Civil  Service,  July  20,  1883 ; 
Administrator,  4th  class,  Aug.  1, 
1889  ;  Administrator,  3rd  class, 
Nov.  19,  1892;  Administrator,  2nd 
class,  July  1,  1893  ;  Administrator, 
1st  class,  July  1, 1896.  Decoration: 
Chevalier  de  la  Legion  d'Honneur. 
Address:  Aunam,  Indo-China. 

DUGMORE,  Lieut.-Commander  Eric 
V.  F.  R.  (SHANGHAI),  B.N. ;  in  com- 
mand of  H.  M.  river  gunboat 
"Kinsha."  Lieutenant,  June  22, 
1897  ;  appointed  to  command,  April 
7,1905.  Club :  Shanghai.  Address: 
H.M.S.  "  Kinsha,"  Shanghai,  China. 

DUKES,  Oscar  A.  (KOBE),  Teacher  of 
English,  Kobe  Commercial  School ; 
b.  July  2,  1854,  at  St.  George's, 
Dorchester  Co.,  S.C.  ;  m.  1886. 
Educ. :  Vantlerbilt  University,  and 
Actual  Business  College  ;  went  to 


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China  as  Medical  Missionary  in 
1885 ;  was  transferred  to  Japan  ; 
after  10  years  devoted  whole  time 
to  school  work  ;  has  occupied 
present  position  for  past  nine 
years.  Address:  Yamamoto  dori,  5 
Chome,  46  Kobe,  Japan. 

DUNCAN,  Chesney  (PENAXG),  Journa- 
list; editor  "  Straits  Echo  " ;  b.  Sept. 
15,  1854.  Educ  :  Clifton  College. 
Connected  with  Royal  Corean 
Customs,  1883;  became  Instructor 
in  Japanese  School  at  Seoul,  Corea ; 
special  correspondent  in  Corea  to 
"  Hongkong  Telegraph,"  "  Japan 
Gazette,"  "  Shanghai  Mercury," 
"Chinese  Times,"  Tientsin,  and 
occasional  correspondent,  "  China 
Mail,"  Hongkong,  1883-9;  organised 
British  Mercantile  Marine  Officers' 
Association,  Hongkong,  18UO ;  took 
prominent  part  in  carrying  through 
Sunday  Labour  Ordinance,  putting 
stop  to  unnecessary  labour  on 
Sunday  which  is  taken  as  model 
for  similar  legislation  in  all  British 
Crown  Colonies  ;  edited  "  Hong- 
kong Telegraph,"  1895;  organised 
and  edited  "  Straits  Echo,"  1903 ; 
appointed  editor  in  chief  1905  ; 
received  thanks  of  Lord  Charles 
Beresford  for  assistance  rendered 
on  his  tour  in  South  China,  1898; 
proceeded  to  front,  Aug.  1900,  for 
"Daily  Mail,"  during  Boxer  out- 
break; for  many  years  correspon- 
dent, London  "  Globe  "  ;  first  to  give 
gist  of  Cassini  Convention  with 
China,  which  precipitated  late  war. 
Keceived  gold  medal  for  special 
services  during  plague  epidemic, 
Hongkong,  1894,  also  testimonial 
from  community  ;  mentioned  in 


despatches  to  Colonial  Secretary  ; 
was  presented  by  Sir  W.  Robinson 
with  Queen's  Diamond  Jubilee- 
silver  medal.  Publications:  "All 
is  not  Gold  that  Glitters,'  1882  ; 
"  Slave  Trade  in  China  and  Hong- 
kong," 1883  ;  "  Corea  and  the 
Powers,  a  Review  of  the  Far 
Eastern  question  "  ;  edited  AquinaT- 
do's  "  The  Truth  about  the 
Philippines,"  1899.  Address:  Pe- 
nang,  Straits  Settlements. 

DUNCAN,  Prof.  Moir  ISHAXSI),  M.A., 
LL.D.  ;  Principal  of  Iinperial 
University,  Western  Department. 
Shausi;  b.  18(51;  m.  1890,  Jessie 
Chalmers  Lister,  L.L.A.  Eilue,  : 
Stoneywood  Public  Schools,  Glas- 
gow ;  Oxford  University.  Member 
of  Pioneer  Mission  in  Shansi, 
1889-99;  special  correspondent  of 
"  North  China  Daily  News  "  ;  in- 
terpreter British  Field  Force  in 
China,  1900-02;  member  American 
Famine  Relief  Commission  ;  Deputy 
on  Education  to  Japan  ;  has  or 
cupied  present  position  since  1903. 
Jiecreation :  Riding.  Decoration  .- 
Red  Button,  1st  rank,  :ind  grade. 
A  ddress :  Imperial  University. 
Shansi,  via  Peking,  North  China. 

DUNLOP,  Rev.  John  GasMn  (FrKin  >. 
M.A.;  Missionary  and  Minister:. 
b.  July  7,  1867,  e.  s.  of  William 
Dunlop,  of  Kingston,  Ontario, 
Canada ;  m.  1894,  Emma,  d.  of 
Samuel  Ely,  Kingston,  Ontariov 
Canada.  Educ.  :  Queen's  Univer- 
sity, Kingston,  Canada.  Employed 
as  instructor  in  English  by  Impel  ia! 
Japanese  Government,  1888-90 ; 
since  1890  engaged  in  missionary 
work  in  connection  \\ith  American, 

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Presbyterian  Mission  ;  spent  some 
months  in  1905  in  Manchuria  in 
special  work  for  Japanese  soldiers, 
conducted  by  Y.M.C.A.  Add >•  fax  : 
Fukui,  Echizen,  Japan. 

DUNN,  St3phen  Troyte  (HONGKONG), 
B.  A.,  F.L.S.;  Civil  Service;  b.  Bristol, 
Dec.,  26,  1868  ;  m.  1901,  Maud 
Thornton.  Edttc. :  Radley  and 
Merton  College,  Oxford ;  B.A.  1889  ; 
Private  Secretary  to  Director,  Royal 
Hardens,  Kew,  1898;  appointed 
Assistant  for  India  1900 ;  appointed 
Superintendent  Botanical  and  Af- 
forestation Department,  Hongkong, 
1903;  sent  to  report  upon  the 
agricultural  prospects  of  Wei- 
hai-wei,  1903.  Publications:  Flora 
of  S.W.  Surrey,  1903  ;  Alien  Flora  of 
Britain,  1905.  Club:  Hongkong. 
.4 ddrex*  :  Botanic  (Hardens,  Hong- 
kong. 

DURANTON,  Jean  Augusts  (HA- 
DONG),  Resident ;  Administrator, 
1st  class ;  b.  Oct.  8,  1858  ;  Joined 
Fndo-China  Civil  Service,  Sept.  17, 
1884  ;  Administrator,  4th  class,  Jan. 
1,  1893;  Administrator,  3rd  class, 
Jan.  1,  1898;  Administrator,  2nd 
class,  Aug.  2,  1900  ;  Administrator, 
1st  class,  Jan.  1,  1903.  Address: 
Ha-Dong,  Province  of  Ha-Dong, 
Tonkin,  Tudo-China. 

DURAZZO,  Etienne  (HANOI),  Vice- 
President,  3e  Chambre,  Com- 
d'Appel ;  b.  Sept.  28,  1850.  Entree 
d'Administration,  Oct.  14,  1880. 
Decoration  :  Chevalier  de  la  Legion 
d'Honneur.  Address:  Hanoi,  Ton- 
kin. Indo-China. 

DURRWELL,  Louis  Georges  (SAIGON), 


Vice-President,  Cour  d'Appel ; 
b.  Avril  7,  1857.  Entree  I'Adminis- 
tration  de  la  Justice,  Indo-Ohine, 
Janv.  1,1881.  Decorations:  Cheva- 
lier de  la  Legion  d'Honneur; 
Officier  de  1'Instruction  Publique. 
Address :  Saigon,  Indo-China. 

DUVAL,  Capt.  R.  (SAIGON),  Comman- 
dant de  Vaisseau  "  Montcalm." 
Decoration:  Officier  de  la  Legion 
d'Honneur.  Address:  Saigon, 
Cochin-China, 

DYKES,  Frecheville  Joseph  Ballan- 
tine  (KUALA  LUMPUR),  P.M.S. 
Civil  Service ;  b.  Sept.  7,  1869. 
Inspector  of  Mines,  Kinta,  1892; 
Demarcation  Officer,  Kinta,  1895; 
Inspector  of  Mines,  Kuala  Lumpur, 
1897;  Warden  of  Mines,  Negri 
Sembilau,  1898 ;  Warden  of  Mines, 
Selangor,  1901 ;  Warden  of  Mines, 
Pahang,  1902;  -Senior  Warden  for 
F.M.S.,  1903.  Address:  Kuala 
Lumpur,  Selangor,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

DYSON,  Cecil  Venn  (KUALA  LUMPUR), 
B.A.,  Cantab.;  F.M.S.  Civil  Service; 
b.  Aug.  7, 1873.  Passed  law  exami- 
nation, 1900;  cadet  at  Negri 
Sembilan,  1896 ;  Superintendent, 
Posts  and  Telegraphs  and  Collector 
of  stamp  duties,  1899;  Magistrate, 
Sembilan,  and  Secretary  to  Central 
Census  Committee,  1900 ;  acting 
second  assistant  District  Officer, 
Larut,  1904;  assistant  District 
Officer,  Ipoh,  1904  ;  second  assistant 
District  Officer,  Krian,  and  acting 
Magistrate  at  Kuala  Lumpur,  1906. 
Address :  Kuala  Lumpur,  Selangor, 
Federated  Malay  States. 


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EAKIN,  Rev.  J.  A.  (BANGKOK),  M.A., 
D.D.  ;  Presbyterian  Minister  and 
Missionary  ;  b.  Feb.  28, 1854.  Educ.': 
Washington  and  Jefferson  College ; 
Western  Theological  Seminaiy, 
U.S.A.  Founder  and  Principal  of 
Bangkok  Christian  High  School 
since  1888  ;  came  to  Bangkok  in  1880 
as  teacher  in  the  King's  School, 
in  Siamese  Government  Service. 
Publications  :  Translator  cf  Euclid; 
Editor  of  Siamese  Magazine, 
"  Sang  Aroon,"  1892-1903.  Address  : 
Bangkok,  Siam. 

EAST  WICK,  Robert  William  Eger- 
tcn  (SINGAPORE),  B.A.  ;  Managing 
Editor  "  Straits  Times."  Educ.  : 
Westminster  School ;  Oxford  Uni- 
versity ;  Middle  Temple.  Graduat- 
ed with  honours,  Oxford ;  served 
under  Pi-ivy  Council,  London ;  re- 
signed and  read  for  Bar  for  several 
years  at  Middle  Temple;  served 
as  Deputy  Registrar,  Supreme 
Court,  Penang;  Sheriff  of  Singa- 
pore; 2nd  Magistrate,  Penang; 
Secretary  of  Penang  Chamber  of 
Commerce ;  Editor  of  "  Pinang 
Gazette  "  till  sold  to  syndicate  ; 
Secretary  and  Chief  Treasurer  of 
New  Docks  ;  is  Managing  Editor 
"  Straits  Times  " ;  was  Secretary  to 
Tanjong  Pagar  Dock  Company 
Arbitration  Court,  which  com- 


menced its  sittings  at  Singapore, 
Oct.  16,  1905,  and  is  hearing  and 
sifting  evidence  in  England ;  still 
holds  position  of  Secretary  to 
Court,  being  represented  in  England 
by  deputy.  Publications:  Editor 
of  "  Oracle  Encyclopedia  "  and 
contributor  to  "  Humaiiitarian," 
"Fortnightly  Review,"  and 
"Lancet,"  etc.  Address:  Singa- 
pore, Straits  Settlements  ;  Kensing- 
ton, London,  England. 

EBDEN.  Leonard  Powney  (PKNANG), 
B.A.,  Cantab.  ;  Acting  Magistrate 
b.  Aug.  18,  1864.  Assistant  District 
Officer,  Rawang  and  acting  Secre- 
tary to  Resident,  1889 ;  acting 
Magistrate,  Kuala  Lumpur,  June, 
1889  ;  acting  Secretary  to  Resident, 
Aug.,  1889;  assistant  Magistrate, 
Kuala  Lumpur,  Nov.,  1889;  actinsi- 
Srd  Magistrate,  Penang,  1890;  Col- 
lector of  Land  Revenue  and  Regis- 
trar of  Titles,  Selangor,  Jan.,  1891 ; 
acting  Chief  Magistrate,  1895  ;  Col- 
lector of  Land  Revenue  and  Regis- 
trar of  Titles,  Larut,  Mar.,  1897  , 
Warden  of  Mines,  North,  Jan.,  1899  ; 
acting  Senior  Magistrate,  Selangor 
and  Negri  Sembilan,  Feb.,  1900; 
District  Officer,  Larut  and  Krian, 
and  Registrar  of  Titles,  North 
Perak,  Jan.,  1903;  Senior  Magis- 
trate, Selangor  and  Negri  Semhilan, 


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Edm 


Feb.,  1904  ;  acting  1st  Magistrate, 
Peuang,  since  Dec.,  19C4.  Address  : 
Penang,  Straits  Settlements. 

EBARA,  Soroku  (TOKYO),  M.P.;  b.  1842, 
at  Tokyo.  Appointed  Secretary  of 
Prefecture  of  Shizuoka,  1870 ;  has 
sat  several  times  in  House  where 
now  represents  Tokyo;  is  member  of 
Constitutionalist  Party;  is  Director 
of  Azabu  Middle  School,  Member 
of  Higher  Education  Council. 
Address:  Tokyo,  Japan. 

EBINA,  Danjo  (TOKYO),  Evangelist; 
6.  Oct.,  1856,  at  Kumamoto.  Is  one 
of  most  noted  Japanese  Christian 
ministers  ;  is  at  present  engaged 
in  evangelical  work  at  Tokyo; 
has  been  Principal  of  Schools  at 
various  centres.  Address:  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

ECKHARDT,  Henry  Charles  (TEMER- 
LOH),  B.A.,  Cantab  ;  Federated 
Malay  States  Civil  Service ;  b. 
April  27,  1877.  Cadet  at  Selangor, 
1899 ;  acting  assistant  District 
Officer,  Negri  Langat,  June,  1900; 
acting  2nd  assistant  District  Officer, 
Kuala  Kubn,  Jan.,  1901  ;  acting 
Secretary  of  Sanitary  Board,  Kuala 
Lumpur,  May,  1901  ;  acting  District 
Officer,  Kuala  Langat,  Sept.,  1902; 
acting  assistant  District  Officer, 
Kuala  Langat,  Feb.,  1903;  acting 
2nd  Magistrate,  Kuala  Lumpur, 
April,  1903  ;  acting  District  Officer, 
Kuantan,  May,  1903  ;  acting  District 
Officer,  Temerloh,  Aug.,  1903  ;  2nd 
assistant  District  Officer,  Kuala 
Kangsar,  Mar.,  1904 ;  acting  District 
Officer,  Temerloh,  Mar.,  1904.  Ad- 
dress :  Temerloh.  Federated  Malay 
States. 


EDDISON,  E.  (YOKOHAMA),  M.A., 
Cantab  ;  Engineer  ;  b.  1864.  Educ.  : 
Charterhouse  ar.d  Trir.ity  College, 
Cambridge.  Clubs:  Isthmian; 
Yokohama  United.  Address :  22, 
Yarna  s  hitacho,  Yt  kcharr.a,  Japan. 

EDMUNDS,  Charles  Keyser  (CANTON), 
B.A.,  Ph.  D. ;  Professor  of  Physics 
and  Electrical  Engineering,  Chris- 
tian College;  b.  Sept.  21,  1876. 
Educ. :  Public  Schools  of  Balti- 
more, Md.,  U.S.A. ;  Johns  Hopkins 
University ;  graduated  Johns 
Hopkirs  University,  1897 ;  hon. 
Scholar,  1895-96;  ordinary  Scholar, 
1896-97  ;  University  Scholar,  1897-98. 
Acting  Professor  of  Physics, 
University  of  Utah,  Salt  Lake  City, 
1898-99;  Magnetic  Observer,  U.S. 
Coast  and  Geodetic  Survey,  1899- 
1900 ;  Instructor  in  Physics, 
Washington,  D.C.,  High  School, 
1900-01  ;  General  Secretary, 
Y.M.C.A.,  Johns  Hopkirs  Univer- 
sity, 1901-C2;  Fellow  in  Physics, 
Johns  Hopkins  University,  1902-03  ; 
Professor  of  Physics,  Canton 
Christian  College,  1903;  Observer 
in  Charge,  Magnetic  Survey  of 
China,  Carnegie  Institution,  Wa- 
shington, D.C.  ;  member  of  Ameri- 
can Physical  Society  ;  member  of 
American  Association  of  China  ; 
Associate  member  American 
Institute  of  Electrical  Engineers  ; 
member  of  Education  Association 
of  China.  Publications:  "Some 
Optical  Properties  of  Selenium  ; " 
Editor  of  "  South  China  Collegian  ;  " 
series  of  articles  on  Chinese  educa- 
tional topics  in  Popular  Science 
Monthly.  Address:  Honglok, 
Canton,  China. 


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EDWARDS,  F.  W.  (HONGKONG),  As- 
sistant Superintendent,  Eastern 
Extension  Telegraph  Co.  Resident 
in  the  East  about  20  years.  Club  : 
Hongkong.  Addrex* :  Connaught 
Road,  Hongkong. 

ELCUM.   John  Bowen    (SINGAPOUK). 
B.A.,    Uxou.  ;    Financial    Commis- 
sioner;  d.    Nov.    18,    1860;    Educ.  : 
Highgate     School     and      Queen's 
College,  Oxford  ;  Scholar  of  Queen's 
College,  1878.   Cadet,  Straits  Settle- 
ments, Oct.,  1834 ;  passed  in  Malay, 
18S6;  acting  District  Officer,   South 
.Malacca,    1887;    District     Officer, 
Btikit     Mertajam,     Public    Works 
Department,    Jan.,    1893;    Sheriff, 
Penang,  Mar.,  1892  ;  acting  Sheriff, 
Singapore,  June,   1893;   2nd   Magi- 
strate, Penang,  Nov.,  1893  ;  acting 
Collector  of  Land  Revenue,  Singa- 
pore,   Dec.    1393,     to    Feb.,      1894 ; 
acting  Inspector  of  Schools,  Straits 
Settlements,  June,  1895 ;  also  acting 
Official  Assignee  and  Registrar  of 
Deeds,  Singapore.    Mar.    to  June, 
1898 ;  Collector   of  Land    Revenue 
and  Officer  in  Charg3  of  Treasury, 
July,   1897;  acting  1st  Magistrate, 
Singapore,  March,  1898  ;   Inspector 
of  Schools,  Aug.,  1898,  but  continu- 
ed to  act  as  First  Magistrate  till 
Feb.,     1893;     Director     of    Public 
Instruction,  Aug.,  1931 ;  Inspector 
of    Prisons,  July,    1904;    Financial 
Commissioner,      Federated    Malay 
States,  Oct.,  1934.  Club  :  Singapore. 
Address:  Sin.?*pore,  Straits  Settle- 
ments. 

ELDRIDSE,  G.  T.  B.  J.  (SHANGHAI), 
Acting  Coast  Inspector,  Imperial 
Maritime  Customs ;  b.  July  15,  1864. 


Educ.:  H.M.S.  Worcester  (Thames 
Nautical  Training  College).  Deco- 
rations :  Fouth  class  civil  rank 
(China).  Club  :  Country,  Shanghai  ; 
Hongkong  ;  Canton.  Address:  Im- 
perial Maritime  Customs,  Shanghai, 
China. 

ELLERTON,  Henry  Brooke  (KINTA), 
Registrar  of  Courts  ;  6.  May  7,  1862. 
Entered  F.M.S.  Civil  Service  as 
acting  Collector  and  Magistrate, 
Rompiii,  Aug.,  1892;  acting 
Treasurer,  Pahang,  Aug.,  1892; 
District  Officer,  Pekau,  April,  1896; 
assistant  District  Magistrate,  Ipoh, 
Jan.,  1930;  District  Officer,  Kuala 
Langat,  Mar.,  1930;  acting  District 
Officer,  Klang,  Feb.,  1901;  acting 
Circuit  Magistrate,  Selangor,  Nov., 
1901  ;  acting  District  Officer,  Coast, 
Negri  Sembilan,  Dec.,  1902  ;  Re- 
gistrar of  Courts,  Kinta,  and  acting 
District  Officer  of  Coast,  Negri 
Sembilan,  Jan.,  1903.  Add*'**: 
Kinta,  Perak,  Federated  Malay 
States. 

ELLES,  Bertram  Waltar  (KUAIA 
Ll  MPI-U),  B.A.  Cantab  ;  F.M.S. 
Civil  Service  ;  b.  July  3,  1877.  Cadet 
at  Perak,  1900;  acting  assistant 
District  Magistrate,  Selama,  July. 
1901  ;  acting  Collector  of  Land  Re- 
venue, Mataug,  Jan.,  1902;  acting 
2nd  assistant  District  Officer,  Kuala 
Kangsar,  Jan.,  1903  ;  acting  2nd 
assistant  Secretary  to  Resident 
General,  Federated  Malay  States, 
May,  1903. 


ELLIS,  Emery  Ward  (P'AM; 

B.A.,  B.D.  ;  Missionary  of  American 
Board   (North    China    Mission);    b. 


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Oct.  20,  1876;  M.  Jan.  6,  1904, 
Minnie  C.  Case.  Edue.. :  Crete 
Academy,  Nebraska  ;  Doaue  Coll- 
«'gt'.  Nebraska;  Chicago  Theological 
.Seminary,  Chicago.  Graduated  from 
Crete  Academy  1894,  ranking  second 
in  class  ;  during  College  course  was 
captain  of  Track  Athletic  Team  for 
three  years ;  captain  of  College 
Military  Co.  and!  Orator  in  State 
Oratorical  Contest  in  junior  year  ; 
College  Secretary  for  Nebraska 
Young  Men's  Christian  Associa- 
tion, 1898-99;  Pastor  at  Naponee, 
Nebraska,  1899-1900  ;  Pastor  of 
Porter  Memorial  Church,  Chicago, 
for  two  and  half  years  previous  to 
coming  to  China  in  Nov.,  1904 ; 
represented  Doaue  Coll.  at  Clevel- 
and Student  Volunteer  Convention, 
1889;  represented  Chicago  Theol- 
ogical Seminary  at  Toronto  Student 
Volunteer  Convention,  1902.  Ad- 
dress: P'ang  Chuang,  via  Shanghai 
and  T.s'ing-Tao,  China. 

ELLIS,  Frank  Thomas  (PEX.VXO), 
Straits  Settlements  Civil  Service ; 
b.  Nov.  14,  1881.  Appointed  Cadet 
1903 ;  studied  Chinese  at  Amoy  ; 
attached  to  Chinese  Protectorate, 
Penang.  Addret*  :  Penang,  Straits 
Settlements. 

ELLIS,  Dr.  William  Gilmore  (SINGA- 
PORK),  M.D.,  M.R.C.S.  ;  Medical 
Superintendent,  Lunatic  Asylum, 
Singapore,  1888;  acting  also  Muni- 
cipal Health  Officer,  Singapore, 
May,  1889,  to  Feb.,  1892,  again  1894  ; 
acting  Colonial  Resident  Surgeon 
inl901,1902,  1903;  Medical  Officer, 
Lunatic  Asylum.  Club  :  Singapore. 
Address:  Singapore,  Straits  Settle- 
ments. 


EN-H3IANG,  Lieut. -General  (PEKING), 
native  of  Manchuria.  Deputy  Lieut.- 
Geueral,  Huu-ch'un,  Sept.,  1895 ; 
degraded  three  steps  and  trans- 
ferred, Dec.,  1893  ;  Commandant  of 
forces,  Hi,  Nov.,  1897 ;  Deputy 
Lieut.-General,  Manchu  White  Ban- 
ner Corps,  July,  1900. 

EN-MING  (  AXCH'IXH  ),  Governor  ; 
native  of  Manchuria.  Kuei-sui 
Tao,  Shansi,  Jan.,  1901 ;  K'ou-Pei 
Tao,  Apvil,  1902;  Salt  Commission- 
er, Liang-Hnai  (Kiang-Nan),  Jan., 
1903;  Judge,  Kiangsu,  Jan.,  1904; 
Treasurer,  Kiangniu,  (Nanking)  ; 
Governor  of  Auhwei,  March,  1900, 
is  a  reactionary  official,  opposed  to 
reforms.  Address  :  Anching-fu, 
Anhwei,  China. 

ENOMOTO,  Viscount  Buyo  (TOKYO), 
Vice-Admiral  (retired) ;  b.  at  Tokyo, 
Aug.  25,  1836.  Edue.  :  Holland, 
where  sent  by  Tokugawa  Govern- 
ment. Returned  from  Holland, 
1868,  on  board  corvette  "  Kanyo 
Maru,"  built  at  Amsterdam  to 
order  of  Tokugawa  Government ; 
at  outbreak  of  civil  war  of 
Restoration  was  in  charge  of 
vessel,  and  with  others  fled  to 
Hakodate,  where,  for  several 
months,  with  Otori  (now  Baron) 
successfully  withstood  attack  of 
Imperial  Army ;  eventually  sur- 
rendered to  leader  of  Imperial 
Army  and  was  released  after 
imprisonment  and  appointed  to 
Government  post  in  Hokkaido  ;  in 
1874  was  despatched  to  St.  Peters- 
burg to  conclude  treaty  in  connec- 
tion with  exchanging  Saghalien  for 
the  Kuriles ;  Minister  at  Peking, 
1882;  has  held  almost  every  Minis- 


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terial  portfolio,  with  exception  of 
those  of  Army,  Finance  and  Justice ; 
created  Viscount,  1884.  Address  : 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

EN-SHOU  (TAIYUEN),  Governor ;  native 
of  Manchuria ;  metropolitan  grad- 
uate, 1874.  Prefect  of  Ch'eng-tu, 
Szechwan ;  Shan-An  Tao,  Shensi, 
March,  1897;  Judicial  Commissioner, 
Kiangsi,  Nov.,  1898;  Financial  Com- 
missioner,  Nanking,  May,  1899; 
Director-General,  grain  transport, 
Nov.,  1901 ;  Governor  of  Kiangsu, 
Dec.,  1901 ;  acting  Director-General 
grain  transport,  May,  1904 ;  Gover- 
nor of  Kianghnai,  Jan.,  1905;  post 
abolished  July,  19C5 ;  engaged 
special  duties  ;  Governor,  Taiyuen- 
fu,  Shansi,  Feb.,  1906;  appointment 
protested  against  by  British  and 
French  Ministers  owing  to  anti- 
foreign  tendencies. 

EN-SHUN  (PEKING),  Vice  -  President 
Board  of  War;  native  of  Manchuria; 
metropolitan  graduate.  Supervisor 
of  Instruction,  Aug.,  1901 ;  Vice- 
President,  Censorate,  Sept.,  1902. 
Vice-President,  Board  of  War,  Oct., 
1903. 

ENYU,  Lieut.  -  General  (PEKING), 
native  of  Mongolia.  Deputy  Lieut.- 
General,  Chinchou,  Shengking, 
1882 ;  Deputy  Lieut. -General,  Bor- 
dered Blue  Banner  Corps ;  Assistant 
Director,  Board  of  Admiralty  ; 
Lieut.-General,  Bordered  Blue  Ban- 
ner Corps,  Dec.,  1891. 

EPHRAUMS,  Wilfred  Clement 
(TAIPING),  F.M.S.  Civil  service; 
l>.  June  30,  1868.  Clerical  service, 
Perak,  Feb.,  1885;  Demarcation 


Officer,  Kinta,  Jan.,  1894  ;  Financial 
Assistant,  Tapah,  Dec.,  1895 ;  acting 
District  Treasurer,  Kinta,  May, 
1899 ;  District  Treasurer,  Kinta, 
Sept.,  1901;  acting  District  Trea- 
surer, Taiping,  Aug.,  1903  ;  District 
Treasurer,  Taiping,  Sept.,  1903 ; 
acting  District  Treasurer,  Kuala 
Lumpur,  Feb.,  1904;  District  Trea- 
surer, Taiping,  1908.  Address 
Taiping,  Perak,  Federated  Malay 
States. 

ERDMAN,  Rev.  John  Pinney 
(YAMAGUCHI),  A.B. ;  b.  Dec.  6,  1874, 
at  Morristown,  New  Jersey, 
U.S.A.;  in.  1904,  Marion  Eleanor 
Dillingham,  d.  of  B.  F.  Dillingham, 
of  Honolulu.  Educ.  :  Princeton 
University ;  McCormick  Theological 
Seminary,  Chicago  ;  received  A.B. 
degree  from  Princeton  University, 
June,  1896.  Ordained,  1899 ;  Asst. 
Pastor  of  Central  Union  Church, 
Honolulu,  Hawaii,  1899-1903;  ap- 
pointed to  missionary  work  in 
Japan  by  American  Presbyterian 
Church,  1903.  Ad-dre**:  N<>d:i. 
Yaraagu'chi,  Japan. 

ESCOUBERT,  Jean  C.  A.  A.  (Cmn.ox), 
Inspector,  Civil  Service  of  Indo- 
China,  Chief  of  the  province  of 
Cholon  ;  b.  Nov.  21,  1849.  Entered 
Civil  Service,  Indo-China,  March  19, 
1873  ;  appointed  Administrator  of 
3rd  class,  April,  1S73;  2nd  class, 
Jan.,  1876;  1st  class,  Jan.,  1836; 
inspector,  July,  1893.  Aililre**: 
Cholon,  (via  Saigon)  Cochin-China. 

EVANS,  Jun,  Dr.  Philip  S.,  O  AN.; 
CHOW),  A.B.,  M.D.  ;  Medical  Mis- 
sionary ;  b.  Aug.  18,  1S70  ;  HI.  Man  . 
d.  of  Joshua  Levering  of  B.iltimoiv.. 


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Nov.  14,  1899.  Educ. :  Yale  Univer- 
sity. Johns  Hopkins  University. 
In  1894  accompanied  "  Miranda  " 
expedition  to  Greenland  :  was  inter- 
collegiate Secretary  of  Y.M.C.A.  at 
Baltimore,  1899-1900  ;  externe  at 
Johns  Hopkins  Surgical  Clinic,  1900- 
1901 ;  came  to  China,  1901,  as  mis- 
sionary of  Southern  Baptist  mission. 
Clubs :  Arctic  (N.Y.).  Address  : 
Yangchow,  via  Chinkiang,  China. 

EVANS,  William  (MALACCA),  Acting 
Resident  Commissioner.  Educ. : 
King's  College,  Cambridge.  Acting 
assistant  Protector  of  Chinese, 
Singapore,  Dec.,  1885;  acting  Col- 
lector of  Land  Revenue,  Malacca, 
May,  1886  ;  acting  assistant 
Protector  of  Chinese,  Singapore, 
Feb.,  1888  ;  acting  2nd  Magistrate, 
Penang,  July,  1888 ;  passed  ex- 
aminations in  Chinese  and  Malay  ; 
J.P.,  acting  District  Officer,  Din- 
dings,  1888;  assistant  Protector  of 
Chinese,  Singapore,  June,  1890; 
acting  Protector  of  Chinese,  Pe- 
nang, July,  1890 ;  ditto,  Straits 
Settlements,  Nov.  and  Dec.,  1891, 
to  June,  1893;  assistant  Protector 
of  Chinese,  Penang,  1893 ;  Protector 
of  Chinese,  Straits  Settlements, 
April,  1895 ;  acting  Auditor-Gen- 
eral, Straits  Settlements,  May, 
-1901,  to  July,  1902;  President  of 
Municipal  Commissioners,  Singa- 
pore, Sept.,  1903;  seconded  for  6 
months  for  special  service  in 
Transvaal  as  Protector  of  Chinese, 
Dec.  25,  1933;  acting  Resident 
Commissioner,  Malacca,  1905-6. 
Address:  .Malacca,  Straits  Settle- 
ments. 

EVERETT,  Major  E.   Henry  Joseph 


(SINGAPORE),  Headquarters  Staff  ; 
b.  March  5,  1866.  Lieut.,  Somerset 
Light  Infantry,  Feb.  7,  1885;  Capt., 
Jan.  14,  1892;  brevet  Major  Nov., 
1900;  A.D.C.  to  General,  Shorncliffe, 
Jan.  to  Nov.,  1899;  Special  service 
in  South  Africa,  Nov.,  189D,  to 
April,  1900;  Staff  Office,  M.  I.  Corps, 
Mobile  Column  (graded  D.A.A.G.)r 
South  Africa,  April,  1900  to  Juner 

1902  ;  D.A.A.G.,  Straits  Settlements, 
Jan.,     1903  ;     D.A.Q.M.G.,     April, 

1903  ;    Permanent     Staff     Corps  ; 
service  in  South  Africa  from  relief 
of     Kimberiey      to     Cape    Colony 
operations,    1902  ;     mentioned     in 
despatches.      Decoration  :    Queen's 
and     King's     Medals.        Address  ; 
Headquarter's     Office,     Singapore,. 
Straits  Settlements. 

EVINGTON,  Right  Rev.  Henry 
(NAGASAKI),  M.A.,  D.D.  ;  Bishop, 
Church  of  England  in  Kyushu  and 
Lu  Chu  Islands,  b.  Oct.  7,  1848 ; 
m.  Sept.  1,  1881.  Educ.  :  Man- 
chester Grammar  School  ;  Pem- 
broke College,  Oxford.  Ordained 
Deacon  for  mission  work  in  Japan 
under  theChurchMissionary  Society, 
1874;  curate,  St.  Anne's,  Manchester,, 
March  to  Sept.,  1874 ;  Missionary 
in  Osaka,  Japan,  1875-92 ;  Kuma- 
moto,  1893 ;  acting  Secretary, 
Church  Mission  Society,  Japan  Mis- 
sion,  1885-89;  ordained  Priest  by 
Bishop  Burdon,  at  Victoria,  Hong- 
kong, 1876;  consecrated  Bishop  of 
Kyushu,  March  4,  1894,  by  Arch- 
bishop of  Canterbury  (Benson), 
assisted  by  Bishop  of  Rochester 
(Davison)  and  Bishop  Royston. 
Address:  Bishop's  Lodge,  9  Deshi- 
rna,  Nagasaki,  Japan. 

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FALSHAW,  Percy  Scott  (SINGAPORE), 
M.E.C.V.S.  Eng.;  Government  Vete- 
rinary Surgeon  ;  b.  June  8,  1870. 
Educ. :  Leeds  Grammar  School ; 
Royal  Veterinary  College,  London. 
Senior  Resident  Hospital  Surgeon, 
Royal  Veterinary  College,  London, 
1892-1893;  Goveniment  Veterinary 
Surgeon  at  Singapore,  since  1893. 
Recreations  :  Gardening.  Club  : 
Singapore.  Address  :  Singapore, 
Straits  Settlements. 

FAN  KUANG-HENG  (PEKING),  Sub- 
Director,  Court  of  Imperial  Stud; 
native  of  Shun-t'ien;  metropolitan 
graduate,  1880.  Sub-Director,  Ban- 
queting Court,  Dec.,  1898  ;  deputy 
Commissioner,  Office  of  Transmis- 
sion, July,  1901 ;  Sub-Director,  Court 
of  Imperial  Stud,  Sept.,  1901. 

FAN  TSENG -H3IANG  (HSIAN-FU), 
Treasurer  ;  native  of  Hupeh  ;  met- 
ropolitan graduate,  1887.  Feng- 
yiug-liu-Ssu  Tao,  Anhwei,  Jan., 
1901  ;  Judge,  Shensi,  Aug.,  1901 ; 
employed  in  Government  Council, 
July,  1901 ;  Judicial  Commissioner, 
Chekiang  Jan.,  1903;  do.,  Shensi, 
Oct.,  1903 ;  Treasurer,  Ilsian-fu, 
Shensi,  Dec.,  1904. 

FANG  KUNG-CHAO  (TIENTSIN),  ex- 
Taotai ;  native  of  Chekiang  :  pro- 


vincial graduate.  Secretary,  Tsung- 
li-Yamen  (Office  of  Foreign  Affairs) ; 
Chiug-I-Shih  Tao,  Hupeh,  May, 
1888 ;  Taotai,  Tientsin,  June,  1892 ; 
vacated  post  through  illness ;  re- 
appointed  Taotai,  Tientsin,  Dec., 
1896 ;  not  in  office. 

FAREL.  Jules,  (  SAIGON  ),  Couseiller, 
Cour  d'Appel ;  b.  Oct.  29,  1862. 
Entree  1'Administration  de  la 
Justice,  Dec.  13,  1888;  Conseiller, 
Avril  7,  1903.  Address:  Saigon, 
Cochin-China. 

FARNHAM,  Dr.  John  Marshall 
Willoughby  (  SHANGHAI  ),  D.D. ; 
Clergyman,  Missionary  of  American 
Presbyterian  Board;  b.  Sept.  30, 
1829,  at  Lebanon,  Maine,  U.S.A.  ; 
m.  May  4,  1859,  Mary  Jane  Scott 
of  Newcastle-on-Tyne.  Educ : 
Lebanon  Academy,  Parsonstield 
Seminary  ;  Union  College  ;  Prince- 
ton Theological  Seminary.  En- 
gaged in  teaching  and  study, 
1847-59;  landed  in  Shanghai  as 
Missionary  of  American  Presby- 
terian Church,  1860;  established, 
and  for  24  years  was  Superintendent 
of  Lowrie  High  School ;  Pastor  of 
1st  Presbyterian  Church  in  Shang- 
hai; Superintendent  of  Presby- 
terian Mission  Printing  Press 
since  1885  ;  commenced  "  The 


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Chinese  Child's  Paper/'  May 
1,  1875 ;  took  part  in  organisation 
of  the  Chinese  Tract  Society,  and 
was  elected  1st  Corresponding 
Secretary  and  Manager,  1878; 
commenced  publication  of  "  The 
Temperance  Union,"  April  26, 
1879  ;  commenced  "  The  Chinese 
Illustrated  News,"  May  1,  1880; 
with  Mrs.  Farnhain  was  surrounded 
by,  and  entirely  at  mercy  of, 
Taiping  rebels  while  the  British 
soldiers  were  firing  upon  them, 
but  almost,  miraculously  escaped 
unharmed ;  has  been  Editor  of 
"The  Child's  Paper"  for  31  years, 
and  "  The  Illustrated  News  "  for 
26  years.  Publications:  In  Eng- 
lish: "Homeward:  A  Book  of 
Travel "  ;  "  The  Word  for  Life  in 
Chinese";  "A  Genealogy  of  the 
Farnham  Family";  In  Chinese: 
"  A  Bible  Dictionary  "  ;  "  Natural 
Philosophy  " ;  "Elementary 
/oology  "  ;  "  The  Bible  Reader  "  ; 
First  Lessons  in  Drawing '' ;  "  The 
First  Reader";  "The  Illustrated 
Primer";  "Around  the  World 
Pictures  "  ;  In  Chinese  and  Eng- 
lish :  "Bible  Names";  for  many 
years  engaged  in  translating  Bible 
into  Shanghai  colloquial.  Address : 
61,  Range  Road,  Shanghai,  China. 

FARRER,  Roland  J.  (BUKIT  MKKTA- 
JAM),  District  Officer.  Educ. :  Eton 
and  Balliol  College,  Oxford.  Cadet, 
Straits  Settlements,  Nov.,  1896; 
acting  District  Officer,  Nibong 
Tebal,  Mar.,  1897,  to  Sept.,  1898, 
Dec.,  1898,  to  Mar.,  1900 ;  acting 
Collector  of  Laud  Revenue,  Penang, 
Mar.,  1900;  District  Officer, 
Dindings,  May,  1900;  acting 


Superintendent  of  Education, 
Penang,  June  to  Aug.,  1900  ;  Ilead 
of  Malay  College,  Malacca,  May, 
1901 ;  acting  2nd  assistant  Colonial 
Secretary,  June,  1901 ;  acting  Dis- 
trict Officer,  Bukit  Mertajam,  May, 
1902;  confirmed,  July,  1904;  acting 
Deputy  Prosecutor,  July,  1904 
District  Officer,  Bukit  Mertajam, 
1905.  Address:  Bukit  Merta.j;iin. 
Straits  Settlements. 

FEARN,  Dr.  John  B.  (HL CHOW),  Doctor 
of  Medicine;  b.  Aug.  26,  1871. 
Kntered  upon  medical  missionary 
work  in  China  for  Methodist 
Episcopal  Church,  South  (U.S.A.), 
March  26,  1895.  Add  re**:  lluchou, 
(  hekiaug,  China. 

FENG  CH'E,  Lieut. -General  (PKKLXC), 
native  of  Manchuria.  Commissioner, 
Equipage  Department,  May,  1888 ; 
Deputy  Lieut. -General,  Bordered 
Veilow  Banner  Corps,  Dec.,  1891  ; 
Lieut.-General,  Chahar,  June,  1900  ; 
Lieut.-General,  Bordered  White- 
Banner  Corps,  Dec.,  1900. 

FENG  HSU  (AXCHIXG),  native  of 
Kiangsu;  metropolitan  graduate, 
1886.  Ho-Tung  Tao,  Shansi,  Jan., 
1902;  Judge,  Szechwan,  Jan.,  1903; 
Treasurer,  Anching-fu,  Anhwei, 
Sept.,  1905. 

FENG-SHENG-A,  General  (M.\  LAN 
CHEN),  native  of  Manchuria,  Im- 
perial Agent,  Urga,  May,  1899; 
Brigade-General,  Man  Lan  Chen 
(Eastern  Tombs),  Sept.,  1904. 

FENG-SHEN-T'AI  (LAX-Cnou),  native 
of  Manchuria.  Taotai,  Kirin,  1884 ; 
Salt  Comm.,  Shantung,  March,  1888  ; 
Judge,  Kansu,  Jan.,  1902;  Kirin, 


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Shansi,  1903;  Treasurer,  Kansu, 
July,  1905.  Address:  Laii-Chou-fu, 
Kansu,  China. 

FERGUSON,  Rev.  Duncan  (TAIN AX), 
M.A.  ;  Minister  and  Missionary;  b. 
Dec.,  30,  1860 ;  widower.  Educ. : 
Glasgow  University,  Free  Church 
-College,  Glasgow.  Arrived  Formo- 
.sa,  1889 ;  passed  through  troubles 
consequent  upon  cession  of  the 
island  to  Japan,  1894-5;  was 
instrumental,  with  Rev.  T.  Barclay, 
in  saving  Tainan  city  from  bom- 
bardment and  destruction  by 
Japanese  under  General  Nogi,  and 
was  decorated  by  Mikado  in  con- 
sequence. Decoration :  5th  class 
order  of  Rising  Sun.  Address: 
Tainan,  South  Formosa. 

FERGUSON,  John  C.  (SHANGHAI),  B.A., 
Ph.D.;  Chinese  Government  Service; 
b.  March,  1866 ;  m.  1887  M.E.  Wilson. 
Educ. :  Boston  University,  B.A., 
1886,  Ph.  D.,  1902.  President  of 
Nanking  University,  1888-97  ;  Presi- 
dent of  Nanyang  College,  Shang- 
hai, 1897-1902;  Secretary,  Chinese 
Ministry  of  Commerce,  1902-03; 
Chief  Secretary,  Imperial  Chinese 
Railway  Administration,  1903-05 ; 
Adviser  of  Viceroy  of  Nanking, 
since  1898;  Adviser  of  Viceroy  of 
Wuchang,  since  1901 ;  member  of 
-Commission  for  Treaty  Revision, 
1903-04 ;  Special  Deputy  of  Viceroy 
of  Nanking  to  settle  extension  of 
Shanghai  Settlements,  1898-93  ;  also 
Special  Deputy  to  settle  Ningpo 
Joss-house  case,  1899;  assisted 
Shanghai  Taotai  in  arranging 
Yangtsze  compact  for  protection  of 
South  Eastern  Provinces,  1900; 


Special  Commissioner  to  investigate 
Commercial  Schools  in  Europe  and 
America,  1901 ;  Special  Commis- 
sioner to  America  concerning 
railway  affairs,  1904;  Honoraiy 
Secretary,  China  branch,  Royal 
Asiatic  Society  ;  Member  American 
Oriental  Society.  Decorations  :  3rd 
grade  button,  China ;  3rd  class  of 
2nd  grade  of  order  of  Double 
Dragon,  China;  Chevalier  de  la 
Legion  d'Honneur,  France ;  order 
of  Sacred  Treasure,  Japan.  Pub- 
lications :  Works  on  Chemistry, 
Pedagogy  and  Military  Regulations 
(in  Chinese)  ;  numerous  Magazine 
articles  ;  edited  Education  Depart- 
ment's "Chinese  Reviewer,"  1893-99; 
editor  of  Journal  of  China  Branch, 
Royal  Asiatic  Society.  Clubs : 
Shanghai ;  Golf,  Shanghai,  etc. 
Address:  16,  Love  Lane,  Shanghai, 
China. 

FERRA,  Claude  Jean  (HANOI), 
Directeur  de  1'Observatoire  Central, 
Magnetique  et  Meteorologique ; 
Administrator  de  2e  classe  ;  b.  Dec. 
12,  1857.  Entree  1' Administration, 
Sept.  20,  1886;  Administrateur  de 
4e  classe,  Juil.  14,  1893 ;  Adminis- 
trateur de  3e  classe,  Janv.  1,  1898  ; 
de  2e  classe,  Aout  2,  1900.  Decora- 
tion :  Officier  de  la  Legion  d'Hon- 
neur. Address  :  Hanoi,  Tonkin, 
Indo-China. 

FIELD,  Rev.  Frank  William  (TOKYO), 
B.S.,  Minister;  b.  Nov.  5,  1863  at 
Vernon,  Wisconsin,  U.S.A.  ;  »i.  1889, 
Effie  Wright  Stewart.  Educ. :  Battle 
Creek  College,  Battle  Creek,  Michi- 
gan. After  graduating  in  1893 
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work  at  Mount  Vernon,  Ohio,  for 
eight  years  ;  ordained  to  Ministry, 
19)1 ;  Superintendent  of  Japan  Mis- 
sion of  Seventh  Day  Adventists 
since  1901.  Address:  30,  Oiwake- 
cho,  Hongo-ku,  Tokyo,  Japan. 

FIGG,  Frederick  George  (HONGKONG), 
First  Assistant,  Observatory;  b. 
Feb.  10,  1856.  Formerly  Assistant 
and  Magnetic  Observer  at  Kew 
Observatory  ;  arrived  in  Colony, 
1883  ;  Acting  Director  of  Obser- 
vatory, 1902-1903.  Address:  Obser- 
vatory, Hongkong. 

FINCHAM,  Charles  (KINTA),  F.M.S. 
Civil  Service;  b.  March  17,  1852. 
Acting  Inspector  of  Mines,  Taiping, 
1890  ;  Government  Mining  Prospec- 
tor, Kuala  Kangsar,  July,  1890  ; 
Inspector  of  Mines,  April,  1895; 
Inspector  of  Boilers,  Mines  Depart- 
ment, Kinta,  since  1899.  Address: 
Kinta,  Perak,  Federated  Malay 
States. 

FINK,  C.  (SHANGHAI),  Journalist ;  b. 
March  27,  1861;  in.  Helene,  d.  of 
late  Job.  Koch,  of  Bremen,  1887  ; 
Educ. :  Universities  at  Leipzig  and 
Berlin  ;  studied  law  and  political 
science.  After  University  studies 
and  Military  Service  in  Mexico  and 
United  States,  from  1884  to  1893,  was 
sub-editor  of  "Die  Post,"  Berlin, 
from  1894  to  1898 ;  since  1898  Editor 
"Der  Ostasiatische  Lloyd,"  Shang- 
hai ;  established  in  1904  and  still 
publishes  in  Tsingtau,  "Tisangtauer 
Xeueste  Nachrichten."  Publica- 
tions: "Der  Kampf  um  die  Ost- 
mark."  Clubs:  Concordia,  Shang- 
hai ;  and  Shanghai.  Address :  24A, 
Nanking  Road,  Shanghai,  China. 


FINLAYSON,  Dr.  George  Alexander 
(SINGAPORE),  M.A.,  M.B.,  Aber- 
deen ;  Medical  Practitioner ;  &. 
Dec.  1C,  1874.  Educ. :  At  Aber- 
keen ;  Leipzig;  London.  Is  Muni- 
cipal Health  Officer  and  Municipal 
Bacteriologist  at  Singapore.  Public- 
ations :  Articles  in  medical  journals. 
Club  :  Singapore.  Address:  Muni- 
cipal Health  Office,  Singapore, 
Straits  Settlements. 

FINNIE,  William  (SINGAPORE), 
M.I.M.E.,  M.I.S.I.,  M.  Soc.  E., 
M.I.E.S.  ;  Civil  and  Mechanical  En- 
gineer ;  b.  March  11,  1872,  at  Aber- 
deen. Educ.  :  Academy,  Peterhead  ; 
Gordon's  College,  Aberdeen,  Scot- 
land. From  1892-98,  Superintending 
Engineer  and  Works  Manager  to 
William  Jackson's  Experimental 
and  Patent  Machinery  Develop- 
ment Works,  a  branch  of  Marshall 
Sons  and  Co.  Ltd.,  Gainsborough, 
England  ;  from  1898  to  date  under 
engagement  with  firm  of  Howarth 
Erskine,  Ltd.,  at  Head  Office  and 
Works,  Singapore,  and  at  branches 
at  Burrnah,  Malay  Peninsula,  Siam 
and  China;  1898,  Chief  Draughtsman 
and  Consulting  Engineer;  1900, 
Acting  General  Manager  of  firm  ; 
1902,  General  Manager  and  Director 
of  Co.  Club  :  Singapore.  Address: 
c/o  Howarth  Erskine,  Ltd.,  Singa- 
pore, Straits  Settlements;  and  3, 
Lloyd's  Avenue,  London,  England. 

FIELD,  Rev.  Walter  Paul  Gray 
(YOKOHAMA),  M.A.  ;  Clergyman  of 
the  Church  of  England;  6.  Jan. 
25,  1861.  Educ. :  Christ's  Hospital ; 
Keble  College,  Oxford  ;  Cudderdon 
College.  Ordained  1887  ;  Curate  of 
St.  John-the-Divine,  Kennington, 


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1887-1889;  Oxford  University  Mis- 
sion in  Calcutta,  1889-94  ;  Chaplain, 
India  Ecclesiastical  Establishment 
(Diocese,  Calcutta)  1894-97  ;  Rector 
of  Wootton  near  Canterbury,  1897- 
1902 ;  Chaplain  of  Christ  Church, 
Yokohama,  since  1902.  Club : 
Yokohama  United.  Address:  234, 
Bluff,  Yokohama,  Japan. 

FIRMSTONE,     H.     W.     (MALACCA), 

Treasury  Officer.  Educ.  :  Rugby 
and  Hertford  College,  Oxford 
(scholar).  Cadet,  Straits  Settle- 
ments, 1890";  passed  final  examina- 
tion in  Chinese,  Dec.,  1893 ;  acting 
District  Officer,  South  Malacca, 
May,  1894 ;  acting  Assistant  Pro- 
tector of  Chinese,  Singapore,  Jan., 
1893;  District  Officer,  Public  Works 
Department,  Oct.,  18^6 ;  assistant 
Protector  of  Chinese,  Singapore, 
Feb.,  1897 ;  acting  assistant  Pro- 
tector of  Chinese,  Superintendent  of 
Indian  Immigrants,  and  Municipal 
Commissioner  for  Penaug,  Aug., 
1898,  to  Feb.,  1902,  and  from  Aug., 
1902;  acting  Protector  of  Chinese, 
Straits  Settlements,  Feb.  to  July, 
1902  ;  acting  assistant,  ditto,, 
Penang,  Aug.,  1902,  to  Feb.,  190,1, 
and  from  Aug.,  1903  ;  Collector  of 
Land  Revenue  and  Treasury  Officer, 
Malacca.  Add  MX*  :  Malacca, 
Straits  Settlements. 

FIRTH,  Alfred  Richard  (MANILA), 
2nd  class  assistant,  II.B.M.  Consu- 
lar Service.  Appointed  Student 
Interpreter  in  Japan,  July  9,  1898  : 
acting  Vice-Consul ;  acting  Consul, 
and  acting  Consul-General  at 
Manila,  during  1903.  Address: 
II.B.M.  Consulate.  Manila,  Philip- 
pine Islands. 


FISHER,  Henry  George  Corral! 
(HONGKONG),  A.R.I.B.A.  ;  Execu- 
tive Engineer,  Public  Works  Dept.  ; 
b.  March  14,  1870.  Arrive;!  in 
Colony,  1902  ;  appointed  to  present, 
position,  1903.  Address:  PubliV 
Works  Department,  Hongkong. 

FISHER,  William   Woodhouse 

(SINGAPORE),  Puisne  Judge.  Called 
to  the  Bar,  Lincoln's  Inn,  Nov., 
1877  ;  acting  Crown  Counsel,  North 
Circuit,  Ceylon,  Jan.,  1885,  to  Feb., 
1886;  acting  District  Judge, 
Matara,  June,  1886  to  Feb.,  1887: 
acting  Crown  Counsel,  Kandy,  Feb. 
1887  ;  Crown  Counsel,  North  West 
Province  Ceylon,  Mar.,  1887  ;  Secre- 
tary to  Committee  for  drafting  Code 
of  Civil  Procedure,  June,  1887,  to 
May,  1888  ;  additional  Crown 
Counsel,  North  Circuit,  Jan.,  1890; 
President,  District  Court,  Kyrenia, 
Cyprus,  1891 ;  acting  Puisne  Judge, 
1894 ;  Magistrate,  Jamaica,  1895 ; 
Puisne  Judge,  Straits  Settlements, 
190.',.  Club:  Singapore.  Addrc** ••: 
Singapore,  Straits  Settlements. 

FITCH,  Dr.  Mary  Elliot  (SOOCHOW), 
Medical  Missionary  ;  b.  1875. 
Educ.  :  Wooster  'University,  Ohio 
Women's  Medical  College,  Penn- 
sylvania, U.S.A.  ;  at  present 
practising  at  'looker  Memorial 
Hospital,  Soochow,  China.  .!</- 
dt-exx  :  Soochow,  China. 

FITCH,  Rev.  Robert  Ferris  (NIN<U'<», 
M.A.  ;  Minister  and  Missionary. 
American  Presbyterian  Church  ; 
b.  Dec.  20,  1873,  at  Shanghai. 
e.  s.  of  George  F.  Fitch,  of 
Shanghai  Mission  Press  ;  ?». 
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May  10,  1898.  Educ. :  Primarily 
private  ;  Wooster  University,  Ohio  ; 
Westein  Theological  Seminary, 
Allegheny,  Pa. ;  during  1902-4  re- 
organised and  rebuilt  the  Ningpo 
Presbyterian  Academy,  being  Prin- 
cipal ;  by  1905  organised,  built  and 
••quipped  Ningpo  College,  obtaining 
funds  entirely  from  Chinese 
sources ;  is  Principal  of  College. 
Recreations :  Photography,  bicycl- 
ing, violin.  Addwus  :  Ningpo, 
China. 

FITTON,  Lieut-Col.  Hugh  Gregory 
(HONGKONG),  D.S.O. ;  Commanding 
'2nd  Batt.  Queen's  Own  (Royal 
West  Kent  Regiment);  I.  Nov.  If), 
1863.  Lieut.,  Royal  Berkshire 
Regiment,  Feb.  6,  1884;  Capt., 
May  1,  189C;  Major,  May  7,  1902; 
R.W.  Kent,  Feb.  10,  1904;  Lieut. - 
Col.,  Aug.  19, 19C5;  employed  with 
Egyptian  Army,  May,  1894  to  Dec., 
1899;  D.A.A.O.  South  Africa, 
Sept.,  1889  to  Sept.,  19G2  ;  D.A.Q.M. 
«.,  7th  Div.,  ;:rd  Army  Corps,  Oct., 
1902  to  Mar.,  1904;  took  part  in 
Soudan  Expedition,  188i>  (Suakin) 
Soudan,  1885-G,  Frontier  Field 
Force  action  at  Giniss,  and  attack 
on  Ambigole  Wells  ;  Expedition  to 
Dongola,  1896;  D.A.A.G.  Inf.  Div. 
(wounded);  operations  of  Jun.  7 
(horse  killed),  and  Sept.  19  (men- 
tioned Despatches,  Nov.,  3  1896); 
Nile  Expedition,  1897,  Staff  Offr.  to 
G.O.C. ;  Flying  Cols,  occupation  of 
Berber,  and  to  Atbara  River 
(mentioned  Despatches,  Jan.  25, 
1898) ;  Nile  Expedition,  1898  as 
D.A.A.G.  ;  battles  of  the  Atbara 
and  Khartoum  (mentioned  in  De- 
spatches,  Sept.  30,  1898) ;  Brev.  Maj. 


8.  African  War,  1899-1902;  on  Staff; 
operations  in  the  Orange  Free 
State,  Feb.  to  May,  1900,  including 
operations  at  Paardeberg,  actions 
at  Poplar  Grove,  Karee  Siding,  Vet 
River,  May  5  and  6,  and  Zand 
River,  operations  in  the  Transvaal 
in  May  and  June,  1900,  including, 
actions  near  Johannesburg  and 
Pretoria  ;  operations  in  the  Trans- 
vaal, Nov.  30,  1900,  to  May  31,  1902 
(mentioned  Despatches,  Sept.  10, 
1901  and  July  20, 1902) ;  Brev.  of  Lt.- 
Col.  Decorations :  Medal  with  clasp, 
Bronze  star,  Soudan;  D.S.O.  and 
Egyptian  Medal  with  2  clasps ;  4th 
class  Medjidie,  clasp  to  Egypt. 
Medal  Nile  1897  ;  2  clasps  to  Egypt. 
Medal,  Nile  Ex.,  1898;  Queen's 
Medal  with  3  clasps,  S.  African 
war ;  King's  Medal  with  2  clasps. 
Club :  Hongkong.  Address:  Mili- 
tary Headquarters,  Hongk^.g. 

FLAHERTY,  Alfred  John  (HANKOW). 
2nd  Class  Assistant,  H.B.M.  Con- 
sular Service.  Appointed  Student 
Interpreter  in  China,  Aug.  6,  1898 ; 
was  at  Peking  during  the  Siego, 
1900  ;  promoted  2nd  class  assistant, 
Nov.  4,  1902.  Vice-Consul,  Hankow, 
1906.  Decoration* :  China  Medal 
an-1  clasp.  Addre**  :  IJ.B.M.  Lega- 
tion, Peking,  China. 

FLEMING,  Thomas  Clivers  (TAMPIN), 
District  Officer  ;  b.  March  11,  1863. 
Appointed  Inspector  of  Police, 
Pekan,  1890 ;  acting  Collector  and 
Magistrate,  Temerloh,  Aug.,  1893  ; 
acting  Superintendent,  Ulu  Pahang, 
July,  1894 ;  District  Officer,  Kuau- 
tan,  Jan.,  1896;  acting  District 
Officer,  Pekau,  Oct.,  1898 ;  District 
Officer,  Pekan,  June,  1900 ;  acting 


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District  Officer,  Tampin,  Dec.,  1904  ; 
District  Officer,  Tampin,  1906.  Ad- 
dress: Tampin,  Negri  Sembilan, 
Federated  Malay  States. 

FLETCHER,  Arthur  George  Murclil- 
son  (HONGKONG),  B.A.,  Oxon.  ; 
Civil  Service  ;  b.  Sept.  27,  1878. 
Arrived  in  Colony,  1902  ;  appointed 
Deputy  Registrar  of  Mirriiges, 
1903;  acting  Assistant  R3gistrar 
General,  Dec.,  1903 ;  acquainted 
with  Cantonese  dialect.  Club:  Hong- 
kong. Address:  Registrar-General's 
Department,  Hongkong. 

FLETCHER,  Dr.  William  (KUALA 
LUMPUR),  District  Surgeon  ;  b.  Dec. 
11,  1872;  District  Surgeon,  Tapah, 
Jan.,  1903  ;  District  Surgeon,  Larut, 
July,  1903;  acting  District  Surgeon, 
Selangor,  Dec.,  1903;  appointed 
District  Surgeon  at  Kuala  Lumpur, 
1906.  Address:  Kuila  Lumpur, 
Selangor,  Federated  Malay  States. 

FOLEY,  Edward  Lawrence  (KIXTA), 
F.M.S.  Civil  Service  ;  b.  June  15, 
1884.  Appointed  to  Settlement 
Office,  Lower  Perak,  1902;  Settle 
ment  Officer,  Batu  Gajah,  April, 
1904;  Assessment  Officer,  Sanitary 
Board,  Kinta,  since  1905.  Address : 
Kinta,  Perak,  Federated  Malay 
States. 

FONSECA,  Aloysius  Hsrmenegill 
do  Rozario  (TAIP.NG),  F.M.S. 
Civil  Service;  b.  April  6,  1877. 
Cadet  at  Perak,  1900  ;  acting  Secre- 
tary, Sanitary  Board,  Kinta,  O^t., 
1903 ;  acting  assistant  Revenue 
Auditor,  Federated  Malay  States, 
Perak,  April,  1904;  acting  Protes- 
tor of  Chinese,  Perak,  Sept.,  1904; 


acting  assistant  Revenue  Auditor, 
Federated  Malay  States,  Perak, 
Oct.,  1904;  assistant  Superinten- 
dent of  Immigrants,  Federated 
Malay  States,  Jan.,  19)5;  acting 
assistant  Revenue  Auditor,  Ta- 
ping, 1906.  Address  :  T  aping, 
Perak,  Federated  Malay  States. 

FORBES,  Andrew  (HONGKONG),  Mer- 
chant; b.  Sept.  13,  1872;  m.  in  19J8. 
Edac. :  Privately.  Was  trained  for 
mercantile  career  and  spent  10 
years  with  the  firm  of  Sinclair, 
Hamilton  and  Co.,  London. 
Arrived  in  Hongkong,  1898;  is  a 
partner  of  the  firm  of  Bradley  and 
Co. ;  was  appointed  to  directorate 
of  Union  Insurance  Co.  of  Canton, 
Ld.,  in  19)4.  Clubs:  Ho-igkong ; 
Jockey.  Address  :  "  Eilandouan," 
The  Pea*,  Hongkong. 

FORD  Dr.  Donald  McNeil  (SINGA- 
PORE), L.R.C.P.,  L.R.C.S.,  Edin.' 
L.F.P.S.,  Glas. ;  House  Surgeon, 
General  Hospital ;  b.  Dec.,  21,  1873. 
Appointed  House  Surgeon,  Nov., 
1901,  and  has  since  held  that  posi- 
tion. Address:  General  Hospital 
Sepoy  Lines,  Singapore,  Straits 
Settlements. 

FORD,  Dr.  John  Colin  Campbell 
(PENANG),  L.R.C.P.,  L.R.C.?.,  L.F. 

P.  and  S. ;  Deputy  Port  Health 
Officer  ;  b.  May  3,  1872.  Educ. : 
Edinburgh  and  Glasgow,  Appointed 
Deputy  Port  Health  Officer,  Pe- 
naiig,  Au?.,  19  JO,  and  has  since  held 
that  position.  Address:  Peuaug, 
Straits  Settlements. 

FORGTTES,  Marie  Aialbsrt  Eugene 
Daurand-(HANOi),  Avoeat  General; 


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b.  Sept.  9,  1857.  Arrived  in  Indo- 
China,  Jan.  10,  1887;  Avocat 
G£«£ra],  Sept.  5,  1898.  Decora- 
tions: Chevalier  de  la  Legion 
d'Honneur ;  Officier  d' Acade"mie. 
Address :  Hanoi,  Tonkin,  Indo- 
China. 

FORSTER,  Ralph  George  Elliott 
(HAKODATE),  H.B.M.  Vice-Consul. 
Appointed  Student  Interpreter  in 
Japan,  Feb.  16,  1883 ;  acting  Consul 
at  Nagasaki,  1890 ;  served  as  Japan- 
ese Interpreter  to  Admiral  Sir  E. 
Fremantle,  on  outbreak  of  Japan- 
China  War,  1894  ;  Consul  at 
Nagasaki,  1895,  1896,  and  1897; 
promoted  1st  Assistant,  Aug.  8, 
1896 ;  acting  Consul  General  at 
Yokohama,  1897 ;  acting  Consul 
at  Nagasaki,  1897;  at  Yokohama, 
1898, 1899,  and  1900 ;  at  Tamsui,  from 
1900  to  1901 ;  at  Nagasaki,  1901  to 
1902;  acting  Vice-Consul  at  Hako- 
date, 1902  to  1903 ;  promoted  Vice- 
Consul  for  Consular  District  of 
Hakodate,  May  21, 1903.  Address: 
H.B.M.  Consulate,  Hakodate, 
Japan. 

FORSYTE,  Charles  (HONGKONG), 
M.B.,  Ch.B.,  F.R.C.S. ;  Physician  ; 
b.  Glasgow  1875.  Educ. :  Wakefield, 
Edinburgh  and  Cambridge  ;  Medal- 
list in  anatomy.  Late  House 
Physician  and  House  Surgeon, 
Royal  Infirmary,  Edinburgh  ;  As- 
sistant Surgeon,  Deaconess  Hos- 
pital, and  Eye,  Ear  and  Nose 
Hospital,  Edinburgh  ;  lecturer  in 
Midwifery  and  Gynecology,  Hong- 
kong Medical  College  ;  Lieut.  H.K. 
V.C.  ;  Freeman  of  the  Borough  of 
Berwick-on-Tweed.  Clubs:  Union, 


Edinburgh  ;  Hongkong.     Address  : 
Hongkong. 

FOSS,  Right  Rev.  Dr.  Hugh  James 
(KOBE),  D.D.,  M.A. ;  Bishop  (C.  of 
E.)  at  Osaka  ;  b.  June  25,  1848,  *.  of 
late  Edward  Foss,  F.S.A.,  Solicitor, 
author  of  "  The  Judges  of  England"; 
»«.  1880,  Janet  McEwen,  d.  of  late 
William  McEwen,  M.D.,  of  Chester 
(died  1894);  1901,  Lina  Janet  Owens, 
e.  d.  of  late  John  Lambert  Owens, 
Solicitor,  of  East  Sheen,  Surrey. 
Educ.  :  Marlborough  College  ; 
Christ's  College,  Cambridge ;  1st 
class  in  classical  tripos,  1871;  1st 
class  in  theological  tripos,  1872. 
Ordained  priest  1873  ;  Curate  of  St. 
Barnabas,  Liverpool,  1872-74  ;  M.A., 
1874;  Curate  of  St.  Michael's 
Chester,  1874-76;  S.P.G.  Missionary, 
Kobe,  Japan,  1876-98 ;  exam,  chap- 
lain to  B.  of  O^aka,  1895-97  ;  con- 
secrated Bishop  of  Osaka,  1899; 
received  D.D.  degree,  1899.  Publica- 
tions :  Japanesa  translations  of 
"  Imitatis  Christi,"  and  Walsham 
How's  "  Holy  Communion."  Ad- 
dress: The  Firs,  Shinomiya,  Kobe, 
Japan. 

FOSTON,  Dr.  Edmund  Christopher 
(NEGAPATAM),  L.E.C.P.,  Edin., 
L.F.P.S.,  Glas.  Emigrant  Depot 
Superintendent.  Colonial  Surgeon, 
Province  Wellesley  (South),  Straits 
Settlements,  Aug.  20,  1891  ;  Su- 
perintendent, Straits  Settlements 
Emigrant  Depot,  Negapatam,  Nov. 
17,  1930.  Address :  Negapatam, 
Straits  Settlements. 

FOUCHER,  Alfred  (HANOI),  Directeur, 
Ecole  Francai.se  d'Extreme-Orient ; 


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Officier  d'Acade'mie ;  Ancien  e"leve 
de  1'Ecole  normal  superieure, 
agrege  de  1'Universite  Maitre  de 
conferences  &  1'Ecole  des  Halites- 
Etudes.  Address:  Hanoi,  Tonkin, 
Indo-China. 

FOURES,  Auguste  Julien  (HANOI), 
Chief  Resident  of  Tonkin.  Decora- 
tion: Officier,  Legion  d'Honneur. 
Address:  Hanoi,  Tonkin,  Indo- 
Cluna. 

FOCRESTIER,  Norbett  Maurice 
(CAMBODGE),  Resident;  Adminis- 
trator, 1st  class  ;  I.  May  8,  1863. 
Joined  Indo-China  Civil  Service, 
June  25,  1886;  Administrator,  4th 
class,  July  1,  1894 ;  Administrator, 
3rd  class,  July  1,  1896 ;  Administra- 
tor, 2nd  class,  Aug.  2,  1900; 
Administrator,  1st  class,  July  25, 
1904.  Addrf**:  Cambodge,  Indo- 
China. 

FOWLIE,  Dr.  Peter  (SINGAPORE), 
M.B.;  Physician;  b.  1867;  m.  1895, 
Mary,  e.  d.  James  Lawrence,  of 
Forres,  N.B.  Educ. :  Aberdeen  Uni. 
Physician  in  Charge,  Maternity 
Hospital,  Singapore,  and  Hospital 
for  Women,  Kandang  Kerban ; 
Lecturer  on  Obstetrics  and  Dis- 
eases of  Women  and  Infants, 
Straits  Medical  College.  Club : 
Sports,  London.  Address:  Mater- 
nity Hospital,  Singapore,  Straits 
Settlements. 

FOX,  Guilherme  Henry  (KUALA  LUM- 
PUR), A.M.I.C.E.;  District  Engineer 
I'.M.S.  Railways.  Assistant  Engi- 
neer, SelangorGovernmentRaiiway, 
Selangor,  Oct.,  1890  ;  acting  Chief 
Assistant  Engineer,  Selangor 
Government  Railway,  Selangor, 


Feb.,  1897  ;  District  Engineer, 
Selangor,  Government  Railway, 
Selangoi-,  Jan.,  1900;  District  Eng- 
ineer, Federated  Malay  States 
Railways,  since  1903.  Address  : 
Kuala  Lumpur,  Selangor,  Fede- 
rated Malay  States. 

FOX,  Harry  Halton  (ICIIANG),  H.B.M. 
Consul.  Appointed  Student  Inter- 
preter in  China,  Aug.  21,  1S90  ; 
acting  Vice-Consul  at  Chemulpo, 
Corea,  1893  to  1894;  acting  Consul 
at  Wench ow,  1895  to  1896;  promoted 
1st  Assistant,  May  13,  1899;  acting 
Consul  at  Samshui,  1898  to  1899; 
at  Wuchow,  1899 ;  at  Samshui,  189!> 
to  1900 ;  acting  Vice-Consul  at 
Shanghai,  1900  to  1901;  Assistant 
employed  in  Shipping  Office. 
Shanghai,  1901  to  1902  ;  acting 
Vice-Consul  at  Chemulpo,  Corea, 
1902 ;  acting  Consul  at  Wuchow, 

1903  to    1904  ;    acting    Consul    at 
Kongmoou   and  again  at  Wuchow. 

1904  ;     Consul     at     Ichang,     1906. 
Address  :    H.B.M.     Consul  a  t  e. 
Ichang,  China. 

i  FOX,  Dr.  Stephen  Charles  Gundry 
(BATU  GAJAH),  M.R.C.S.,  Eng.,  L- 
R.C.P.  Lond. ;  Senior  District 
Surgeon ;  b.  Dec,  18,  1864.  District 
Surgeon,  at  Telok  Anson,  1888; 
acting  District  Surgeon,  Kintar 
May  1888 ;  District  Surgeon,  Larut,. 
Jan.,  1890;  District  Surgeon,  Ipoh, 
Sept.,  1895 ;  District  Surgeon,. 
Larut,  Jan.,  1898;  Senior  District 
Surgeon,  Kinta,  May,  3898  ; 
acting  State  Surgeon.  1'erak, 
May,  1900  ;  Senior  District  Surgeon, 
Batu  Gajah,  Kinta,  19CG.  Address  : 
Batu  Gajah,  Perak,  Federated 
Malav  States. 


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FOX,  Waltar  (PEXAXG),  Agricultural 
and  Horticultural  Botanist  b. 
June  21,  1858.  Entered  Royal 
Gardens,  Kew,  May,  1876 ;  ap- 
pointed by  Secretary  of  State 
assistant  Superintendent,  Botanic 
Gardens,  Singapore,  June,  1879 ; 
acted  as  Director  of  Gardens  and 
Forests  on  various  occasions ;  ap- 
pointed Superintendent,  Forests 
and  Gardens,  Penang,  Dec.,  3, 
1903.  Address:  Forests  and  Gar- 
dens Department,  Penang,  Straits 
Settlements. 

FKAMPTON,  G.  Russell  (SEOUL), 
Teacher ;  b.  July  3,  1869.  Edue. : 
Board  Schools,  Leamington;  St. 
John's  College,  Battersea.  Joined 
staff  of  Diocesan  School,  Hong- 
kong, March,  1899;  arrived  in 
Corea,  1900;  appointed  Head 
Master  of  Imperial  School,  Seoul, 
in  August,  1900.  Clubs:  Seoul; 
Chemulpo.  Add  res* :  Seoul,  Corea. 

FRANCE,  Rev.  John  Hoole  (Hoxo- 
KON(i),  M.A. ;  Chaplain,  Missions 
to  Seamen;  b.  March  21,  1862. 
Edue. :  Trinity  College  Dublin  ; 
Ordained  by  Bishop  of  Wakefield, 
1889;  was  curate  of  St.  Andrews, 
city  and  diocese  of  Wakefield, 
1889-93  ;  curate,  St.  Nicholas,  Not- 
tingham, 1893-98.  Address:  3, 
Babington  Path,  West  Point, 
Hongkong. 

FRANCO,  Dr.  LUTZ  Lourenco  (MACAO), 
ft.  Aug.  25,  1849;  m.  Maria  Luiza 
de  Silva  Franco.  Edue, :  Medical 
College,  Goa  (India) ;  joined  the 
army  as  surgeon ;  upon  attaimng  . 
rank  of  First  Lieutenant  vetiml 
with  rank  of  Captain.  >Fi>blica- 


tions  :  "Belatorio  de  Service  de 
Saude  de  Timor."  Address: 
Pharmacia  Popular,  Macao. 

FRANKLIN,  Alfred    Edward    Cyril 

(TAMPIN),  F.M.S.  Civil  Service  ;  b. 
June  18,  1875.  Cadet  at  Negri 
Sembilan  189S  ;  acting  Inspector  of 
Schools,  1930-1932;  acting  Settle- 
ment Officer,  1931  ;  acting  assistant 
District  Officer,  Tampin,  1912;  as- 
sistant Collector  of  Laud  Revenue, 
Seremban,  1903  ;  assistant  District 
Officer,  Tampin,  since  1915.  Ad- 
dress :  Tampin,  Negri  Sembilan, 
Federated  Malay  States. 

FRASETl,  Evarard  Duncan  Home 
(HANKOW),  C.M.G.  ;  H.B.M.  Consul 
General  ;  b.  Feb.  27,  1859,  ».  of 
Lieut.-ColonelR.W.  Fraser,  B.M.I.  ; 
m.  1899,  Constance;  d.  of  A.W. 
Walkinshaw,  of  Faochow.  Edue.  : 
Aberdeen.  Appointed  Student  In- 
terpreter in  China,  March  33,  1880  ; 
acting  Consul  at  Foochow,  1886  ;  at 
Kiukiang,  1839;  acting  Consul  at 
Ichang,  1889  to  1891  ;  acting  Vice- 
Consul  at  Chemulpo,  Corea,  1891  to 
1892  ;  acting  Consul  at  Chemulpo, 
1892  to  1894;  promoted  1st  As- 
sistant, Dec.  1,  1893  ;  Vice-Consul  at 
Canton,  1895  to  1897  ;  acting  Consul 
there  1895  to  1897  ;  promoted  Vice- 
Consul  at  Pagoda  Island,  1897; 
Consul  at  Chinkiaug,  1899  ;  acting 
Consul  at  Foochow,  1898  to  1899  ; 
acting  Consul-General  at  Hankow, 
1900  to  1931  ;  Consul-General  at 
Hankow,  since  July  1,  1901.  Ad- 
dress :  H.B.M.  Consulate,  Hankow, 
China  . 


,   S.   'V.   (YOKOHAMA),   Mer- 

!         chant;   b.   Aug.  17,  1867;   m.   1896, 


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Maud  Wolcott.  Educ.:  Stevens' 
Institute  Technology,  Hoboken, 
N.  Jersey,  U.S.A.  Took  degree, 
Mechanical  Engineer,  at  Stevens' 
Institute  in  1890 ;  employed  private 
laboratory  of  Thos.  A.  Edison,  1891 ; 
travelled  in  Europe,  1892-4 ;  came 
to  Japan,  1896;  became  partner, 
Frazar  and  Co.,  1901,  and  partner  in 
Sale  and  Frazar,  Ltd.,  1902.  Club  :* 
Yokohama  United.  Address:  No. 
200,  Yokohama,  Japan. 

FREER,  Dr.  Gerald  Dudley  (SING A- 
PORE),  M.B.,  London,  D.P.H., 
M.K.C.S.,  L.B.C.P. ;  Principal,  Go- 
vernment Medical  School ;  6. 1866. 
Formerly  Honorary  Surgeon,  Gen- 
eral Hospital,  Birmingham,  and 
General  Hospital,  Singapore ; 
Colonial  Surgeon,  Malacca ;  Co- 
lonial Surgeon,  Residency,  Penang; 
Principal,  Straits  Settlements  and 
Federated  Malay  States  Govern- 
ment Medical  School.  Address: 
Medical  School,  Singapore,  Straits 
Settlements. 

FROC,  Aloysius  (SHANGHAI),  Jesuit 
Missionary;  Director  of  Sicawei 
Observatory;  I.  Dec.  14,  1859,  at 
Brest,  France.  Educ.  :  Catholic 
University,  Paris.  Arrived  in 
China,  1883;  Assistant  in  Obser- 
vatory, 188") ;  studied  in  France, 
1887-95;  returned  to  Observatory, 
1895  ;  Director,  Aug.,  1897 ;  conducts 
meteorological  and  seismological 
departments.  Publications:  "Ty- 
phoon Highways  in  the  Far  East"  ; 
"The  Iltis  Typhoon";  "The  De 
Witte  Typhoon "  and  numerous 
reports  on  Magnetism. and  Mete- 
orology and  report.!  I'R  connection 
with  Shangltai  »  d\^ete«>rologior.! 


Society.  Decoration* :  4th  order, 
Sacred  Treasure,  Japan  ;  La  ureat 
de  la  Socie"te  de  Geographic  de 
Paris  ;  Medal  for  Wissensc  haft 
from  German  Emperor.  Address  : 
Sicawei  Observatory,  near  Shang- 
hai, China. 

FROST,  Meadows  (  KEIMH  ),  B.A.  ; 
H.B.M.  Consul;  b.  April  18,  1875. 
Educ. :  Charterhouse  ;  Braseno.se 
College,  Oxford.  Senior  Scholar, 
Charterhouse  ;  Exhibitioner  of 
Brasenose  College,  Oxtord  ;  B.A. 
degree,  2nd  class  honours  in  history. 
Passed  examination  for  Federated 
Malay  States  Civil  Service,  1898  ; 
entered  Service,  1898 ;  seconded 
to  Consular  service,  Jan.,  1906. 
Clubs:  Penang;  Lake,  Kuala  Lum- 
pur. Address  :  H.B.M.  Consulate 
Alor  Sta,  Kedah,  near  Penang, 
Straits  Settlements. 

FRY,  R.  S.  (SINGAPORE),  Registrar  of 
Shipping.  Trigonometrical  Assis- 
tant, Survey  Department,  Straits 
Settlements,  Jan.,  1881;  resigned, 
Aug.,  1884;  rejoined,  July,  1885; 
District  Surveyor,  Sept.,  1885; 
Chief  Surveyor,  Dec.,  1888;  Ob- 
server for  Time  Balls  and  Deputy 
Registrar  of  Shipping,  Jan.,  1894. 
Addres*:  Singapore,  Straits  Settle- 
ments. 

FRY,  Dr.  William  Herbert  &L-ALA 
LlPlS),  L.R.C.P.,  Lond.,  M.K.C.S. 
Eng.  ;  Resident  Surgeon.  House 
Surgeon,  Straits  Settlements,  Aug., 
18%;  Supernumerary  Colonial 
Surgeon,  Singapore,  April,  1900  ; 
Colonial  Surgeon,  Province  Welles- 
ley,  South,  Nov.,  1900;  ditto, 
Province  Wellesley,  North,  Mar., 


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19C1;  Resident  Surgeon,  Kuala 
Lipia,  Pahang  Federated  Malay 
States.  Address  :  Kuala  Lipis, 
Pahang,  Federated  Malay  States. 

FRYER,  George  Will'am  (KUALA 
LUMPUR),  Chief  Resident  Engineer 
for  Construction,  F.M.S.  Railways  ; 
6.  May  1,  1859  ;  assistant  Engineer 
Railways,  Perak,  1891 ;  District 
Railway  Engineer,  Kinta,  1894; 
1st  assistant  Engineer  Construc- 
tion; 1896;  Divisional  Engineer, 
1897 ;  acting  Resident  Engineer, 
Railways,  1899;  Divisional  Engi- 
neer, Selangor  and  Negri  Sembilan, 
19€2;  Resident  Engineer,  Negri 
Sembilan  Extension,  1903;  present 
position,  since  1904.  Address : 
Kuala  Lumpur,  Selangor,  Fede- 
rated Malay  States. 

FU-CHEN,  Lieut-General  (PEKING), 
native  of  Manchuria.  Married 
Imperial  Piincess;  Supeiintendent 
of  Live  Stock,  Peking,  1899;  Dep. 
Lieut. -General  of  Banner  Corps; 
Lieut.-General,  Plain  White  Banner 
Corps. 

FU-CH'I,  Lieut-General  (P  E  K  i  x  c), 

native  of  Ma  nchuria.  Sub-Chancel- 
lor, Grand  Secretariat,  Mar.,  1900  ; 
Dep.-Lieut.-General,  Bordered 
Yellow  Banner  Corps,  Jan.,  1901  ; 
Vice-President  Board  of  Punish- 
ments, Jan.,  1903;  Lieut.-General, 
Bordered  White  Manchu  Banner 
Corps,  Feb.,  1906. 

FUCH3,  A.  (HONGKONG),  Merchant. 
Partner  in  firm  of  Siemssen  and  Co. 
Clubs :  Germania  ;  Hongkong.  Ad- 
dress: 2  Praya  Central,  Hongkong. 

Ft  CHS,    Carl    (WUCHANG),    Military 


Instructor  in  Chinese  Service ;  b. 
Hamburg,  April  14,  1858.  Educ.  : 
Hamburg  Military  School ;  Artil- 
lery and  Engineering  School,  Berlin. 
Officer  in  the  German  army ;  in 
1897  entered  Chinese  military  ser- 
vice ;  at  present  in  surveying  depart- 
ment of  H.E.  Viceroy  Chang  Chi- 
tung  of  the  Hu  Kwang  provinces, 
ill  Wuchang.  Publications :  Maps 
of  Wuchang,  Hankow  and  environs. 
Decorations :  2nd  class,  3rd  rank, 
Order  of  the  Double  Dragon  ;  4th 
class  German  order  of  the  Red 
Eagle  ;  3rd  class  Grand  Ducal 
Mecklenburg  Order  of  the  Hawk. 
Club:  Hankow.  Address:  Military 
School,  Wuchang,  China. 

FUJINAMI,  Viscount  (TOKYO), 
Promoter  of  Nippon  Rail  Company ; 
b.  Sept.,  1853, at  Kyoto.  Chamberlain 
to  H.I.  Majesty  from  childhood ; 
since  1889,  Supeiintendent  of 
Imperial  Mews  ;  created  Viscount, 
1884.  Address  :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

FUJIOKA,  Dr.  Ichisuke  (TOKYO), 
Electrical  Engineer ;  b.  Feb.,  1856, 
in  Choshu.  Educ.:  Tokyo  Engi- 
neering College,  1881.  Professor  of 
that  College,  1884  to  1886,  when 
retired  to  start  business ;  chief 
electrician  to  Tokyo  Electric  Light 
Co.,  one  of  the  founders  of  Tokyo 
Street  Railway  Co.,  at  present  its 
chief  engineer ;  one  of  pioneers  of 
electrical  engineering  in  Japan. 
Address  :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

FUJISAWA,  Dr.  Rikitaro  (TOKYO), 
]*rofes«or  of  Science  at  Tokyo 
University;  b.  Sept.,  1861,  in  Echigo. 
Educ. :  England  and  Germany, 
1883-87.  Publications  :  Several 


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works  on  Mathematics.    Address: 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

FUJITA,  Denzaburo  (OSAKA),  Mer- 
chant; b.  May,  1841,  at  Choshu. 
Promoted  Sanyo  Railway  Co.,  and 
.started  in  Osaka  Fujita  Firm  to 
undertake  contract  business  with 
Government,  besides  mining  and 
engineering  works.  Address:  Osaka, 
Japan. 

FUJITA,  Shiro  (KYOTO),  Member  of 
House  of  Peers ;  b.  June,  1861,  at 
Tokyo.  Appointed  attache"  of 
Japanese  Legation  in  Vienna, 
1886,  later  at  Berlin  ;  subsequently 
Private  Secretary  to  Minister  of 
Communications  and  of  Agriculture 
and  Commerce,  Vice-Minister  of 
Agriculture  and  Commerce,  1898  ;  at 
present  President  of  Kyoto  Silk 
Spinning  Co.  Address :  Kyoto, 
Japan. 

FUKIEN,  Bishop  of  (see :  PURE,  RT. 
RKV.  II.  McC.  E.) 

FUKtHA,  VlSCOUnt  (TOKYO),  Member 
of  House  of  Peers ;  b.  July 
1831.  Was  formerly  retainer  of 
small  fief  in  Iwami ;  now 
member  of  House  of  Peers ;  created 
Viscount,  1884.  Address:  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

FUKUOKA,  Viscount  (TOKYO),  Mem- 
ber of  Privy  Council ;  b.  Feb.,  1835, 
at  Tosa.  After  Restoration  of 
1867,  entered  Civil  Service  and 
became  Minister  of  Education, 
1882;  was  appointed  in  1888  to 
present  post;  created  Viscount 
1884.  Address:  Tokyo,  Japan. 

FUKUSHEMA,    Major  -  General    Sir 

Yasu-nasa    (TOKYO),     Assistant 


Chief  of  General  Staff  ;  b.  Sept., 
1853,  in  Shinano.  Entered  military 
service  as  Lieutenant,  1878 ;  Cap- 
tain, 1883;  Military  Attache  of 
Japanese  Legation  at  Peking,  1883 : 
at  Berlin,  1887-92;  Major,  1888;  was 
welcomed  by  populace  almost  as 
triumphant  hero  when  in  June,  1893, 
returned  home  successfully  after 
travelling  through  Siberia  on  horse- 
back ;  was  promoted  Major-General 
in  1900,  acquired  international  fame 
as  Commander  of  Japanese  contin- 
gent on  occasion  of  Boxer  trouble, 
and  was  knighted  by  King  Edward  ; 
was  on  staff  of  Marshal  Oyama  in 
the  Russo-Japan  War ;  appointed 
Assistant  Chief  of  General  Staff, 
Apr.,  1906.  Address:  Tokyo,  Japan. 

FUKUYAWA,  Sutejiro  (TOKYO), 
manager  of  "Jiji"  newspaper; 
b.  1863  at  Tokyo.  Edvc. :  Yak- 
University.  Returned  from 
America,  1890,  and  has  since  been 
managing  the  Tokyo  "Jiji,"  and 
Osaka  "Jiji."  A'Mre**:  Tokyo. 
Japan. 


FULFORD,     Harry    English 

CHWAXO),  C.M.G.  ;  H.B.M.  Consul. 
Appointed  Student  Interpreter  in 
China,  March  30,  1880  ;  acting  Vice- 
Consul  at  Chemulpo,  Corel,  1887 ; 
acting  Vice-Consul  in  Corea,  3888  to 
1890;  employed  on  Special  Service 
at  Chungking,  1890  to  1891,  acting 
Consul  there,  1891  to  1892 ;  promoted 
1st  Assistant,  June  15,  1893  ;  acting 
Chinese  Secretary  at  Peking,  1893 
to  1894  ;  acting  Consul  at  Swatow, 
1896  to  1897;  acting  Consul  at  Soo- 
chow,  1897;  promoted  Vice-Consul 
.it  Shanghai,  1897  ;  Consul  at  New- 


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<-h\\ang,  May  13,  1899;  acting 
<'hine.se  Secretary,  Peking,  1898  to 
1900;  created  C.M.G.  1900;  acting 
Consul  General  at  Tientsin,  1904  ; 
Consul  at  Newchwang,  1936.  Ad- 
dress: H.B.M.  Consulate,  New- 
chwang, Manchuria. 

FULKERSON,  Dr.  E.  R.  (NAGASAKI), 
LL.D.  ;  College  President  ;  b.  Oct.  2, 
1859.  Educ. :  Marionville  Collegiate 
Institute  ;  Simpson  College  ;  Taylor 
University.  Entered  the  pastorate, 
1889  ;  appointed  to  Japan,  1887  ;  Pro- 
fessor in  Anglo-Japanese  College, 
Tokyo,  J887-88;  President,  Anglo  - 
Japanese  College,  Tokyo,  1888-89; 
in  Professor  Chinzei's  Seminary, 
Nagasaki,  1889-94;  President  of 
Chinzei  Seminary,  Nagasaki,  since 
1891  ;  Vice-Consul  for  U.S.A.  at 
Nagasaki  during  Spanish  American 
War;  lectured  extensively  in  U.S.A. 
in  1894,  1900,  and  1904.  Address: 
Nagasaki,  Japan. 

FULTON,  Rev.  George  W.  (KA>ASA\VA), 
A.B.  ;  Minister  nml  Missionary;  b. 
Sept.  29,  1865,  at  Pinsmore,  Pa., 
U.S.A.  ;  m.  Oct.  14,  1889;  Amy  Sex- 
ton. Eiuc. :  Washington  and  Jef- 
ferson College,  Penna.,  U.S.A., 
(classical  prize  1885);  Allegheny 
Theological  Seminary  ;  McCormick 
Theological  Seminary.  Licensed  to 
preach,  April,  1888 ;  ordained  as 
Evangelist,  April,  1889;  appointed 
Foreign  Missianary  of  Presbyterian 
Church  and  left  America  for  Japan, 
Sept.  21, 1889  ;  located  in  Kauazawa 
till  March,  1891;  Fukui,  till  May, 
1898;  furlough  in  U.S.A.  till  April, 
1930 ;  Kanazawa  till  present  time  : 
Secretary,  West  Japan  Presbyterian 


Mission  ;  Chairman,  Standing  com- 
mittee of  Co-operating  Christian 
Missions  in  Japan,  1905.  Publica- 
tion*: Semi-monthly  paper  in  Ja- 
panese. Address :  34,  Tobi-ume-cho, 
Kanazawa,  Kaga,  Japan. 

FUNAKOSHI,  Baron  Mamoru 
(TOKYO),  Member  of  House  of 
Peers  ;  b.  June,  1840,  at  Hiroshima. 
Entered  Civil  Service,  1868 ;  appoint- 
ed Secretary  of  Home  Office  ;  filled 
successively  Governorship  of  Chiba, 
Ishikawa,  and  Miyagi ;  nominated 
to  House  of  Peers,  1894.  Address: 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

FUNG  WA  CHUN  (HONGKONG),  Com- 
pradore,  Shewan,  Tomes  and  Co. 
b.  Hongkong,  March  9, 1857.  Educ. : 
Hongkong  Government  Central 
School  (now  Queen's  College).  After 
leaving  school  joined  Yan  Woo  Co., 
opium  farmers,  with  which  firm 
still  connected ;  upon  establish- 
ment of  Shewan,  Tomes  &  Co. 
became  compradore;  was  compra- 
dore  of  National  Bank  of  China 
for  many  years ;  served  on  comtees, 
Tung  Wa  Hospital  and  Po  Leung 
Kok  (institute  for  protection  of 
women  and  children)  for  several 
terms;  successfully  advocated  in- 
struction of  Chinese  in  European 
medical  science  at  Tung  Wa 
Hospital ;  was  member  of  coratees. 
Queen  Victoria  Jubilee,  Diamond 
Jubilee  (awarded  gold  medal  by 
Governnient1)  and  Coronation  cele- 
brations, South  African  War 
Fund;  typhoon  relief  com  tee., 
food  commission ;  special  juror 
for  nearly  20  years ;  is  a  J.P. ;  has 
been  member  of  Sanitary  Board 


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since  1889;  member,  Chamber  of 
Commerce  ;  Chairman,  Chinese 
Chamber  of  Commerce;  member  of 
Commission  appointed  on  May  11, 
19C6,  to  enquire  into  the  adminis- 
tration of  the  Public  Health  and 
Buildings  Ordinance  of  Hongkong. 
Address:  57  Robinson  Road,  Hong- 
kong. 

FURUICHI,  Dr.  Koi  (TOKYO),  Member 
of  House  of  Peers,  and  President 
of  Seoul  -  Fusan  Railway  Co.  ; 
I.  July,  1854,  at  Mimeji.  Educ. : 
In  engineering  in  France, 
1875-80.  Filled  posts  of  Director 
of  Public  Works  Bureau,  Home 
Office ;  Vice-Minister  of  Communi- 
cations, and  Director-General  of 
Government  Railways  ;  resigned 
last  post  in  1903  in  order  to  take  up 
present  position.  Address:  Tokyo, 
Japan. 


FUSHIMI,  Prince  (TOKYO),  General  ; 
b.  April  28,  1858  ;  m.  Oct.  6,  1876,  to 
Princess  To.shiko,  d.  of  late  Prince 
Arisugawa.  Was  in  command  of 
Brigade  during  Chi  no- Japanese 
war ;  represented  Emperor  at 
Coronation  of  Czar  Nicholas  ;  com- 
manded First  Army  Division  at 
battle  of  Nanshan,  Russo-Japanese 
War ;  promoted  General,  June, 
1904 ;  attended  St.  Louis  Exposition 
as  Court  representative ;  member 
of  Supreme  Council  of  War.  Ad- 
dress :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

FYSON,  Rt.  Rev.  Philip  Kemball 
(HAKODATE),  D.D. ;  Bishop  of 
Hokkaido.  Educ. :  Christ's  Col- 
lege, Cambridge ;  1st  class  classical 
tripos,  1870.  Ordained,  1871  ;  mis- 
sionary, C.M.S.,  Japan,  1874-95 
consecrated  Bishop  of  Hokkaido 
(N.  Japan),  1896.  Address:  Hako- 
date, Japan. 


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OA,  Reishi  (TOKYO),  Member  of 
House  of  Peers;  &.  July,  1840,  at 
Nagasaki.  Has  been  a  Member  of 
House  of  Peers  since  1891 ;  has 
held  several  important  posts  in 
Government  service.  Address: 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

GAD,  Svend  Gamel  (SINGAPORE), 
Merchant ;  Consul  for  Denmark ; 
b.  April  22,  1867 ;  m.  Aug.  30,  1901, 
Sigricl  Hirsch,  d.  of  Colonel  Hirsch, 
of  the  Danish  Army.  Educ. : 
College,Denmark.  Went  to  England, 
1888;  to  Singapore,  1890;  joined 
the  staff  of  East-Asiatic  Co.,  Ltd., 
Copenhagen,  1897, ;  went  back  to 
Singapore  to  open  branch  office  of 

»  Company,  1902;  became  Danish 
Consul  for  Straits  Settlements,  1902. 
Address  :  Singapore,  Straits  Settle" 
ments. 

GALE,  Charles  Hsnry  (HONGKONG), 
J.P.,  A.M.I.C.E;  Civil  Engineer;  b. 
1863.  Appointed  Chief  draughtsman, 
Public  Works  Department,  Sept., 
1890 ;  assistant  Engineer,  April, 
1901.  Chibs:  Blenheim,  London; 
Hongkong.  Address:  Hongkong. 

GALEMBERT,  P.  M.  G.  de  (SHANGHAI), 
Postal  Commissioner,  Imperial 
Chinese  Post  Office.  Joined  Chin- 
ese Imperial  Maritime  Customs, 


1878  ;    appointed    Postal   Commis- 
sioner at  Shanghai,  1903.   Address  : 
Imperial      Chinese     Post     Office 
Shanghai,  China. 

GALLOWAY,  Dr.  David  James 
(SINGAPORE),  M.D.,  Edin., 
F.R.C.P.,  J.P. ;  b.  May  8,  1858 ;  m, 
1886.  Educ.  :  Daniel  Stewart's- 
College,  Edinburgh  ;  Edinburgh 
University.  Physician  to  H.H.  the 
late  Sultan  of  Johore ;  decorated,. 
1895,  for  services  to  late  Sultan  : 
has  twice  been  a  member  of 
Legislative  Council  of  Straits 
Settlements  ;  President  M  a  1  a  y  a 
Branch  of  British  Medical  Associa- 
tion, 1906;  Vice-President,  Royal 
Asiatic  Society,  Straits  Branch. 
Publications:  On  Splenic  Abscess 
B.M.J. ;  On  Otomycosis,  Journal  of 
Otology  ;  several  articles  on  Sprue 
in  Journal  of  Tropical  Medicine. 
Clubs  :  Singapore  ;  Johore ;  Univer- 
sity, Edinburgh.  Decoration:  2nd 
class  Crown  of  Johore.  Address  : 
The  Manor  House,  Singapore, 
Straits  Settlements. 

GANDE,  James  William  (SHANGHAI), 
Merchant;  b.  Feb.  22,  1862;  MI. 
Dulciebella  Margaret  Trodd.  Educ." 
City  of  London  School.  Arrived  in 
China,  1879 ;  established  business- 


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on  own  account,  1892.  Address :  34, 
Nanking  Road,  Shanghai,  China. 
GARDNER,  Rev.  G.  MiltDn  (Foo- 
CHOW),  b.  Dec.  17,  1873;  m.  April 
24,  1889.  Educ. :  Boston,  Mass., 
U.S.A.  Pastor  in  Cambridge,  Mass., 
from  1887  to  1889;  Missionary  in 
China,  since  1889.  Address:  Foo- 
chow,  China. 

GARNIER,  Albert  Edmond  Joseph 
Marlus  (LAOS),  Treasurer;  Ad- 
ministrator, 2nd  class ;  b.  Nov.  14, 
1870.  Joined  Indo-China  Civil 
Service,  Aug.  4,  1901 ;  Administra- 
tor, 4th  class,  Sept.  1,  1898;  Ad- 
ministrator, 3rd  class,  Feb.  7,  1901 ; 
Administrator,  2nd  class,  Jan.  1, 
1904.  Decoration:  Officier  de 
Vlustruction  Publique.  Addfes*  : 
Laos,  Indo-China. 

GARRARD,  C.  G.  (MALACCA),  Assistant 
Registrar.  Educ.  :  llaileybury. 
Deputy  Registrar  of  Supreme  Court, 
Peuang,  Jan.,  1892  ;  acting  Deputy 
Registrar  of  Supreme  Court,  Singa- 
pore, Feb.  to  Oct.,  1893;  acting 
Registrar  of  Supreme  Court,  Pe- 
nang,  July,  1894;  acting  Deputy 
Registrar  of  Supreme  Court,  and 
Magistrate,  Malacca,  April,  1895; 
also  acting  Collector  of  Land  Rs- 
venue,  and  Officer  in  charge  of 
Treasury,  Malacca,  Aug.,  1895;  act- 
ing Deputy  Registrar  of  Supreme 
Court,  Penang,  March,  1896 ;  assis- 
tant Registrar  and  Magistrate, 
Malacca,  1896.  Address  :  Malacca, 
Straits  Settlement*. 

OARRETT,  Harbert  Leonard  Offley 
(HONGKONG),  B.A.,  Cantab ;  As- 
sistant Master  Queen's  College,  b. 


June  16,  1881;  s.  of  Dr.  G.  M. 
Garrett,  the  Composer  of  Church 
Music.  Educ. :  Charterhouse  and 
St.  John's  College,  Cambridge  (B.A., 
1902);  Assistant  Master,  Lodge 
School,  Barbados,  1903-4.  Clubs  . 
Cambridge  Union ;  West  Indian  ; 
Hongkong.  Address  :  Queen's  Col- 
lege, Hongkong.  % 

GASKELL,  William  Hanry  (HONG- 
KONG), J.P. ;  Accountant ;  6.  Nov., 
1859;  m.  July  24,  1902.  Educ. : 
London.  Joined  the  Hongkong  and 
Shanghai  Banking  Corporation  in 
1881,  and  was  for  some  time  as- 
sociated with  head  office,  Hong- 
kong ;  after  leaving  bank's  service 
became  a  public  accountant ; 
started  the  Company  of  William 
Powell,  Limited,  and  .subsequently 
became  Chairman  of  the  Company. 
Publication.*:  "Silver  Tables,'' 
showing  relative  equivalents  of 
bar  silver  in  London  and  New 
York,  1894.  Club :  Hongkong.  Ad- 
dress :  Hongkong. 

GATRELL,  Dr.  Thomas  J.  N.  (TIEN 
TSIN),  M.D.,  F.R.G.S. ;  Physician 
and  Surgeon ;  b.  Jan.  18,  1870. 
Educ. :  English  Public  Schools  and 
private  tutors.  Was  associated  with 
American  Bible  Society,  Shanghai. 
1888-90,  and  travelled  in  Kiaug-su 
and  Chekiang ;  at  Peking,  1893-1900. 
and  travelled  in  Shantung,  Chihli, 
Shausi,  and  Mongolia ;  took  degree 
of  M.D.  (Univ.  of  Chicago),  1900; 
was  Chinese  Secretary  for  Head- 
quarters' Staff  of  Sir  Alfred  Gaselee, 
1900-01 ;  Surgeon  English  Charitabje 
Hospital,  Peking,  1901-04;  acting 
agent  for  "Renter,"  '  1902  -03; 


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journeyed  across  Mongolia,  via 
Urga,  to  Uliasutai,  back  to  Peking ; 
fleeted  F.R.G.S.,  1905;  appointed 
Medical  Officer  and  Chinese  Sec- 
retary, Pekin  Syndicate,  Ltd;  ac- 
companied General  Gaselee  on  ex- 
pedition to  Paotingfu  when  Chinese 
officials  concerned  with  massacre 
of  missionaries  were  tried  and 
executed.  Decoration:  China  Medal, 
1900.  Publications  :  Provided  ma- 
terial for  Gazetteer  of  Chihli  Pro- 
vince, incorporated  with  history  of 
North  China  Campaign  of  1900-01. 
Address:  Pekin  Syndicate,  Tientsin, 
North  China. 

GAUNTLETT,  Prof.  George  Edward 

L.     (OKAYAMA),     F.R.G.S.,     F.I. PS., 

F.  Inc.  8.T. ;  Teacher  of  English 
and  Latin  in  Okayama  High 
School ;  b.  Dec.  4,  1868 ;  m.  Oct.  26, 
1898.  Educ.:  Brighton  and  Swan- 
sea, England.  Publication* : 
"  Phonographia  Japonica,"  1899; 
"  Scientific  Copy  Books,"  1899 ;  "The 
Sanseido  Vertical  Copy  Books,'1 
1904;  "The  Elements  of  Japanese 
and  English  Phonetics,"  1905; 
"  Exercises  in  Synthesis,"  and  Key, 
19C5.  Address:  High  School, 
Okayama,  Japan. 

GAUTRET,  Fernand  (MATCIIE), 
Administrator-iu-chief,  Kouang* 
tcheou-wan ;  b.  Jan.  5, 1862.  Educ. : 
Lyons.  Formerly  Maire  ;  Conseiller 
Ge'ne'ral ;  Deputd  de  la  Vendee ; 
Resident  Maire  si  Tourane,  Hai- 
phong and  Hanoi ;  has  held  present 
post  since  1905.  Decorations: 
Officier  d'Acade"mie.  Address: 
Matche*,  Kouang-tcheou-wan,  South 
China. 


<*EDYE,  Rev.  Ernest  Francis  (WU- 
CHANG), M.A. ;  Wesleyan  Minister  ; 
b.  Jan.  29,  1869;  in.  Sarah  Saunder- 
son  Simon,  d.  of  Rev.  John 
S.  Simon,  Governor  of  Didsbury 
College,  near  Manchester.  Educ.  : 
The  Leys  School,  Cambridge;  St. 
John's  College,  Cambridge, 
Foundation  Scholarship,  St.  John's 
College,  Cambridge,  1887-92.  Head 
Master  of  Wuchang  High  School, 
since  1895.  Publications:  Transla- 
tions into  Chinese  of  Tolstoi's 
"  Where  Love  is  there  is  God  also  " 
etc.  Address:  Wuchang  High 
School,  Wuchang,  China. 

GEE,  Nathaniel  Gist  (Soociiow),. 
M.A.  ;  Professor  of  Natural 
Sciences,  Soochow  University ;  b. 
U.S.A.,  April  20,  1876;  m.  Clara 
Belle  Davis,  U.S.A.  Educ.:  Wof- 
ford  College ;  Harvard  University  ; 
University  of  Chicago.  Principal, 
Jordan  Academy,  1896-8;  principal, 
Marion  High  School,  1898;  Profes- 
sor of  Natural  Sciences  in  Columbia 
College,  S.C.,  U.S.A.,  1898-1901; 
Professor  of  Natural  Sciences  in 
Soochow  University  since  1901 ; 
Director  of  Book  Exhibit  of  Educa- 
tional Association  of  China  for 
session,  1904;  Editor  of  Educa- 
tional Directory  of  China  for 
Educational  Association  of  China, 
1904  ;  Secretary  of  Science  Section 
of  Educational  Association  of 
China,  1904-7.  Publications:  Some 
Common  Insects  (in  Chinese).  Ad- 
dress :  Soochow  University,  Soo- 
chow, China. 

GERRARD,    Dr.    Percy    NettarvilL 

(PARIT      BUXTARX       B.A.,      B.A.O., 


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M.D.,  L.M. ;  District  Surgeon;  t» 
Aug.  9,  1890.  Educ. :  Dublin 
University  (M.D.);  Rotunda 
Hospital,  Dublin  (L.M.).  District 
Surgeon,  Ula  Sslangor,  1896  ;  Dis- 
trict Surgeon,  Klang,  1898  ;  acting 
District  Surgeon,  General  Hospital, 
Kuala  Lumpur,  1990;  Residency 
Surgeon,  Pahang,  1901;  District 
Surgeon,  General  Hospital,  Kuala 
Lumpur,  1902 ;  District  Surgeon, 
Raub,  1904  ;  District  Surgeon,  Tai- 
ping,  Nov.,  1904  ;  District  Surgeon, 
ParitBuntar,  1906.  Publications: 
Hand  Book  and  Vocabulary  on 
Malay  Medical  Terras,  1906.  Ad- 
dress: Parit  Buutav,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

GIBE,  Jun,  Prof.  John  McGregor 
(PEKING),  B.A.,  Professor  of 
Chemistry  ;  b.  1882,  at  Philadelphia  ; 
m.  Dec.  27,  1905,  Kate  E.  Ciudlin. 
Educ. :  Wesleyan  University,  Con- 
necticut, U.S.A.  Occupies  Chair  of 
Chemistry  at  Peking  University ; 
Treasurer  of  North  China  Tract 
Society.  Address:  Peking,  Univer- 
sity, Peking,  China. 

•GIBBS,  Lawrence  (HONGKONG),  A.M. 
Inst.  E. ;  Civil  Engineer ;  b.  1865. 
Joined  Hongkong  Public  Works- 
Department  in  1890 ;  joined  firm  of 
Denisou,  Ram,  and  Gibbs,  in  1900  ; 
designed  Kowloon  waterworks 
gravitation  scheme.  Club:  Hong- 
kong. Address :  Hongkong. 

•GIBSON,  William  S.  (KLANG),  B.A., 
Oxon. ;  Assistant  Protector  of 
Chinese ;  b.  June  21,  1876.  Passed 
in  Cantonese  and  law ;  Cadet  in 
Federated  Malay  States  Service ; 
a-ctin?  Indian  I.n  ni  'r.itija  A?3tit 


and  assistant  District  Magistrate, 
Krian,  1902;  acting  Indian  Im- 
migration Agent,  19J3;  acting 
Second  assistant  District  Officer, 
Larut,  Perak,  Aug.,  1903  :  assistant 
District  Officer,  Klang,  1904  ;  acting 
Second  Magistrate,  -Singapore, 
April,  1904  ;  District  Officer,  Christ- 
mas Island,  May,  1904;  acting 
Second  assistant  Protector  of 
Chinese,  Singapore,  1904  ;  assistant 
District'  Officer,  Klang,  19 J6.  Ad- 
dress: Klang,  Federated  Malay 
States. 

GIBSON,.  Rev.  John  Campbell 
(SWATOW),  M.A.,  Glas.,  D.D.,  Glas.  ; 
Clergyman ;  b.  Jan.  10,  1849,  at 
Kingston,  Glasgow,  s.  of  R3V. 
James  Gibson,  M.A.,  D.D.,  Pro- 
fessor of  Theology  in  Free  Church 
College,  Glasgow ;  m.  1883.  Educ.  : 
Glasgow  Academy ;  University  of 
Glasgow  ;  United  Free  Church 
Theological  College,  Glasgow  ;  first 
holder  (with  T.  Birclay,  Tai-uan)  of 
Thomson  (  Lord  Kelvin )  Experi- 
mental Scholarship,  University  of 
Glasgow,  1839  to  1872.  Ordained 
Missionary  of  Presbyterian  Church 
of  England  to  China,  1874.  Arrived 
Swatow,  Nov.  20  1874  ;  lecturer  on 
Evangelistic  Theology  in  United 
Free  Church  Colleges  of  Edinburgh, 
Glasgow,  and  Aberdeen,  1893-93. 
Publications :  "  The  Number  of 
Readers  in  China,"  1837 ;  "  Learn- 
ing to  Reid  in  South  China," 
1888  :  "A  Swatow  Index  to 
the  Syllabic  Dictionary  of  Chinese," 
1886 ;  "  Mission  Problems  and 
Mission  Methods  in  South  China," 
1901 ;  in  collabai'atwu  witli  others  : 
Translations  of  Books  of  the  Old 


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Testament,  and  the  whole  of 
the  New  in  Swatow  Dialect  in 
Roman  letter;  the  New  Testa- 
ment in  Easy  Classical  Chinese  ; 
In  collaboration  with  T.  Barclay, 
Paper  on  "Measurements  of  Specific 
Inductive  Capacity  of  Dielectrics," 
in  Transactions  of  Royal  Society, 
London,  read  Feb.  2,  1871. 
Address  :  Swatow,  Caina  ;  Kirnau, 
Bearsden,  Scotland. 

GIFFENING,  Julian  T.  L.  (SEKEMBAN), 
F.M.S.  Civil  Service ;  b.  Feb.  20, 
1872.  Coast  Settlement  Officer,  Negri 
Sembilan,  Federated  Malay  States. 
Address;  Seremban,  Negri  Sem- 
bilan, Federated  Malay  States. 

GILES,  Beit  ram  (CANTON),  1st  class 
Assistant  H.B.M.  Consular  Service. 
Appointed  Student  Interpreter  in 
China,  Dec.  8, 1894  ;  1st  class  Assis- 
tant, April  5,  1902;  Assistant  in 
Mixed  Court,  Shanghai,  1902; 
Acting  Consul  at  Canton,  1904.  Ad- 
dress :  H.B.M.  C  jnsulate,  Canton. 

GILMVN,  Edward  Wilmot  Francis 
(PENANG),  B.A. ;  Assistant  Superin- 
tendent, Indian  Immigration ; 
b.  Aug.  16,  1876.  Educ.:  Oxford 
University.  Appointed  Cadet,  Re- 
sident Councillor's  Office,  Penaug, 
Dec.,  1899;  attached  to  Indian 
Immigration  Office,  Penang,  19DO ; 
District  office,  Nibong  Tebal,  1900 ; 
Land  Office,  Penang  and  District 
Officer,  North  Province  Wellesley, 
19)1  ;  acting  3rd  Magistrate, 
Peuang,  19)1;  acting  4th  Migis- 
trate  Singapore,  1901 ;  acting  assis- 
tant Superintendent,  Indian  Im- 
migration, Penang;  1902 ;  assistant 
Superintendent,  Indian  Immigra- 


tion,    Penang,     1904.        Address : 
Penang,  Straits  Settlements. 

GITTINS,  H.  (BANGKOK),  European 
Secretary  to  Minister  of  Public 
Works.  Arrived  in  Siam,  1888 ;  has 
surveyed  almost  every  part  of  Siam, 
and  has  been  associated  with 
railway  administration  since  laying 
of  first  road ;  appointed  to  present 
position,  1906.  Decoration:  Crown 
of  Siam.  Address:  Department  of 
Public  Works,  Bangkok,  Siam. 

GLASS,  Duncan  (SHANGHAI),  Superin- 
tendent, Shanghai  and  Hongkew 
Wharf  Co. ;  arrived  in  China,  1869. 
Address :  Shanghai,  China. 

GLATZER,  Konrad  (WUCHANG), 
Professor,  Government  Civil 
Academy ;  b.  Germany,  1869.  Educ.: 
Wettiner  Gymnasium,  Dresden  ; 
formerly  fellow,  Halle  University, 
Germany.  Professor  of  M. 
Schmidt's  International  Private 
Gymnasium,  Kiel,  1896-1903 ;  Rector, 
from  1899;  Professor,  in  Chinese 
Government  Service,  since  1904. 
Publications:  History  of  the 
Frederick  University  in  Halle ; 
History  of  Societies  of  Halle 
University  Students.  -Club:  Han- 
kow. Address :  Wuchang,  China. 

GLENDINNING,  Frederick  (SEREM- 
BAN),  Executive  Engineer;  b. 
March  8;  1874.  Assistant  Engineer, 
Public  Works  Department,  Perak, 
19J2;  acting  Executive  Engineer, 
Batang  Patang,  1903;  assistant 
Engineer,  Kuala  Pilah  and  Tampin, 
Aug.,  1903;  acting  Executive 
Engineer,  Public  Works  Depart- 
ment, Negri  Sembilan.  Address. 


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Seremban,  Negri  Sembilan,  Fede- 
rated Malay  States. 

GLENNIE,  Commander  Robert  W. 
(HONGKONG),  R.N. ;  in  command  of 
H.M.  surveying  ship  "  Waterwitch." 
Promoted  to  present  rank,  Dec.  31, 
1903 ;  appointed  to  command,  Feb., 
1,1905.  Club  :  Hongkong.  Address: 
H.M..S.  "  Waterwitch/'  Hongkong. 

GLEYSTEEN,  Rev.  William  H.  (PE- 
KING), A.M.,  B.D. ;  Missionary  ;  b. 
July  17,  1876.  Educ.  :  Michigan 
University;  Union  Theological 
Seminary.  U.S.A.  Address  :  Peking. 
China. 

GLOVER,  James  Sands  (KALB),  B.A. ; 
Assistant  District  Officer;  b.  Oct. 
::i,  1877.  Passed  in  Law  and  Malay  ; 
acting  Secretary  to  Sanitary  Board, 
Kuala  Lumpur,  1902 ;  acting  as- 
sistant District  Officer,  Pekan, 
I'erak,  I'jos;  acting  assistant  Dis- 
trict Officer,  Raub,  1904.  Address  : 
Raul},  Perak,  Federated  Malay 
States.  - 

GO,  Baron  Junzo  (TOKYO),  Member  of 
House  of  Peers;  b.  April,  1825,  in 
Mino.  Has  been  Member  of  House 
of  Peers  since  1890 ;  entered  Civil 
Service  and  appointed  to  Finance 
Department  in  1868 ;  Director  of 
Bureau  of  National  Debt,  1876; 
Secretary  of  Finance  Department ; 
Vice-Minister  of  Finance,  1886 ; 
retired  in  1888;  created  Baron,  1900. 
Address :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

GODDARD,  Frederick  Day  (HONG- 
KONG), J.P.  ;  A.I.N.A.  ;  Master 
Mariner,  now  Marine  Surveyor  ;  b. 
March  14,  1853.  Educ. :  Grammar 
School.  Shortly  after  completh.g 


apprenticeship  in  sailing 
joined  Douglas  Lapraik  and  Go's 
steamers  as  3rd  mate,  April  1,  1873  ; 
held  temporary  command  in  1878 
and  1879;  appointed  to  permanent 
command  after  returning  from 
leave,  1882;  remained  in  Douglas 
Steamship  Co.'s  employ  till  April. 
1896  (23  years);  entered  into  part- 
nership with  late  E.  Burnie  in 
April,  1893,  as  Marine  Surveyor, 
to  Local  Insurance  Offices,  German 
Lloyd,  etc.,  and  at  his  death  took 
over  business,  which  is  now  con- 
ducted under  style  Goddard  and 
Douglas.  Club :  Hongkong.  Ad- 
dress :  Prince's  Building.  Hongkong. 

GOETZ,  E.  (HONGKONG),  Merchant. 
Representative  of  Arnhold,  Kar- 
berg  and  Co.  Clubs :  Germania  : 
Hongkong.  Address:  "Lugiusliml 
West,"  Pe.ik  Road,  Hongkong. 

GOFFE,  Herbert  (TENG-YI.EH),  H,B.M. 
Consul.  Appointed  Student  Inter- 
preter in  China,  Aug.  21,  1890  : 
acting  Vice-Consul  at  Macao,  189(> 
to  1897 ;  acting  Vice-Consul  at 
Pa.goda  Island,  1898  to  1899 ;  acting 
Consul  at  Foochow,  1899 ;  promoted 
1st  class  Assistant,  May  is,  189^: 
acting  Vice-Consul  at  Chemulpo. 
Corea,  1899  to  1902  ;  promoted 
Consul  at  Teng-Yueh,  Nov.  4,  1902. 
Address:  H.B.M.  Consulate,  Teng- 
Yueh,  China. 

GOLDRING,  Philip  Wallace  (Hox; 
KONG),  B.A.,  Oxon.;  Solicitor: 
b.  March  !.">,  1875.  Educ. :  Woking 
School  and  Clifton  College ;  Trinity 
College,  Oxford,  1893-1896;  B.A. 
degree,  Aug.  4,  1896;  honours  in 
classical  mods  and  final  school  of 


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Jurisprudence ;  admitted  solieito", 
1899  ;  was  member  of  firm  of  Brut- 
ton,  Hett  and  Golclring  until  April, 
1906,  when  started  on  own  ac- 
count. Recreations:  Football, 
cricket,  shooting,  fishing.  Clubs: 
Hongkong;  Sports,  London.  Ad- 
dress: "Parkside,"  Kowloon, 
Hongkong. 

GOMPERTZ,  Hanry  Hessy  Johnston 
(HONGKONG),  B.A.,  Oxon. ;  Presi- 
dent of  the  Land  Coxirt ;  6.  August 
31, 1867.  Attached  to  the  Colonial 
Secretary's  Office,  Straits  Settle- 
ments, 1890;  acting  Deputy  Re 
gistrar,  Supreme  Court,  Peuang, 
1893 ;  second  assistant  Protector 
of  Chinese,  Penang,  1897  ;  appoint- 
ed assistant  Registrar  General, 
Hongkong,  Aug.,  1897;  called  to 
the  Bar,  1899  ;  assistant  Colonial 
Secretary  and  Clerk  of  Councils, 
1900;  appointed  President  of  Land 
Court,  1902 ;  speaks  the  Tie-Chin, 
Hokkien,  and  Cantonese  dialects. 
Club.  Hongkong.  Address:  Hong- 
kong. 

GOODRICH,  Dr.  Chauncey  (PEKING), 
D.D. ;  Missionary  and  Teacher ;  b. 
June  4,  1836 ;  m.  Sarah  Boardman 
Clapp.  Educ.:  Williams'  College 
Mass.,  Union  and  And  over 
Theological  Seminaries.  Teacher 
in  Tungchou  College,  and  Dean  of 
Theological  Seminary ;  in  1900, 
with  family,  was  besu>ge:l  in 
Peking  during  the  Boxer  Rising ; 
at  pressnt  Dean  of  the  Union 
Theological  College,  Peking.  Pub- 
l  i  cations  :  Pocket  Dictionary 
(English-Chinese),  Character  Study 
of  Mandarin  Colloquial;  Blodget 


and    Goodrich's    Chinese    Hymnal, 
etc,  etc.    Address :  Peking,  China. 

GORBOLD,  Rev.  Raymond  P.  (KYOTO), 
Presbyterian  Minister  ;  m.  April  7, 
1905,  Mary  M.  Palmer  at  Osaka, 
Japan.  Address :  Kyoto,  Japan. 

GORDON,  Alexander  Grant  (HONG- 
KONG), M.I.N.A.,  M.I.M.E.,  M.I.E. 

and  8. ;  Engineer  and  Nav  al 
Architect;  b.  Nov.  1,  1852.  Educ.: 
Glasgow,  Scotland.  Has  had  29 
years'  experience  in  the  East  as 
Engineer  and  Naval  Architect ;  is 
at  the  present  time  Superintendent 
of  China  and  Manila  S.S.  Co.,  Ltd., 
Consulting  Engineer  for  the  Brick 
and  Tile  Works,  Deep  Water  Bay, 
and  various  other  agencies  of 
Shewan  Tomes  and  Co. ;  is  Govern- 
ment Surveyor  of  Boilers  of  pri- 
vate steamships  under  (0  t jns ; 
Surveyor  of  the  Marine  Bo~rJ  of 
Underwriters,  Philadelphia  and 
San  Francisco;  senior  partner  of 
firm  Gordon  and  Co.,  since  1880 ; 
is  J. P.  for  Colony.  Address:  "Tor 
Crest,"  The  Peak,  Hongkong. 

GORDON,    Edward    Lillingston 

Steuart  (MVNILA),  Assistant 
H.B.M.  Consular  Service  f  jr  Japan; 
b.  July  11,  1876,  «.  of  General 
William  Gordon,  C.I.E.  Educ.: 
Wellington  College,  Berks.  Ap- 
pointed Student  Interpreter  in 
Japan,  March  23,  1897  ;  acting 
Consul  at  Tarns ui,  North  Formosa, 
April  13  to  April  22,  1901 ;  ac  ting 
Vice-Consul  at  Hakodate,  July, 
19 J2  ;  acting  Vice-Consul  at  Manila, 
Oct.  1,  1904  to  Oct.  7,  1905;  acting 
Consul  General  at  Manila  since 
Oct.  7,  1905.  Clubs:  Tokyo  ;  Yoku- 
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hama.  Unite  1 ;  Kobe  ;  Nagasaki  ; 
Manila.  Address  :  H.B.M.  Con- 
sulate General,  Mai.il.i,  Philippine 
Islands. 

GORE-E001H  (*ec :  BOOTH,  ROBERT 
HENRY  GORE-) 

GORE,  Frederick  John  (ULU  SKLAX- 
GOR),  -Surveyor ;  b.  Nov.  19,  1878. 
Member  of  Staff  of  Surveyor 
General's  Department,  "Queensland 
(A  us.),  1901;  appointed  Surveyor, 
Selaugor,  1904;  Surveyor  in  Revenue 
Survey,  Ulu  Selangor,  1906.  Ad- 
dress :  Ulu  Selangor,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

GOTO,  Dr.  Simpei  (TAIPEH),  Director 
of  Formosau  Civil  Administration 
Bureau  ;  b.  1S56,  at  Iwate-Ken. 
Ediic. :  Studied  medicine  in  Japan 
and  Germany.  Is  nephew  of  lakano 
who  was  put  to  death  by  Tokugawa 
Government  a  little  before  Res- 
toration ;  was  Chief  Medical  Officer 
of  Nagoya  Hospital ;  was  appointed 
Junior  Director  of  Sanitary  Bureau, 
Home  Office  ;  was  appointed 
Sanitary  Commissioner  at  time  of 
Japan -China  War,  on  conclusion  of 
which  re-entered  the  Sanitary 
Bureau  as  Director;  in  1897  was 
appointed  by  new  Governor-Gen- 
eral of  Formosa,  Baron  Kodama, 
Directoi  of  Civil  Administration 
Bureau ;  since  then  has  continued 
to  occupy  that  post.  Addi-ess : 
Taipeh,  Formosa. 

GOTTLIEB,  F.  H.  Valentine  (PEXANG), 
Assistant  Registrar.  Entered  Go- 
vernment Service,  Straits  Settle- 
ments, Oct.,  1880;  Chief  Clerk  of 
General  Post  Office,  Singapore, 


1888;  called  to  the  Bir,  Middle 
Ternpla,  1892;  Deputy  Registrar  of 
Supreme  Court,  Singapore,  Aug., 
1895;  acting  assistant  Regislrar  of 
Supreme  Court  and  Magistrate, 
Malacca,  March,  1893;  also  acting 
Sheriff,  Sept.,  1898  to  Nov.,  1899; 
assistant  Registrar  of  Supreme 
Court,  Penang,  July,  1904.  Address ; 
Penaug,  Straits  Settlements. 

GOUTTENEGRE,  Colonel  Adrieu 
(HANOI),  Commandant,  ler  teriitoiie 
Militaires  et  Cercles.  Decoration:- 
Officier  de  la  Legion  d'Honneur. 
Address:  Hanoi,  Tonkin,  Indo- 
China. 

GRACE,  Charles  Hsnry  (HoxoKoxs), 
J.P. ;  Secretary,  Hongkong  Club ; 
b.  Slogodore,  Morocco,  O^t.  18, 
1855;  m.  Ellen  Blanche  Peirson, 
Dec.,  1897.  Ediic.:  Christ's  Hospital. 
Joined  Eastern  Telegraph  Co.,  1871; 
Eastern  Extension  Telegraph  Co.  ; 
1S77;  an ived Singapore,  1877;  depart- 
ed for,  and  arrived  at,  Hongkong, 
1884;  Secretary,  Hongkong  Club, 
1886.  Clubs:  The  Sports  and 
Clnist's  Hospital  (Eug.) ;  Amateur 
Dramatic;  Peak;  Cricket;  Foot- 
ball ;  Viet 01  ia  Recreation;  Ladies' 
Recreation;  U.S.R.  Address:  La 
Hacienda  East,  No.  74,  Peak, 
Hongkong. 

GRACEY,  Dr.  Samuel  L.  (Foocnow), 
D.D. ;  Ameiican  Consul ;  b.  Sept.  tf, 
18:5,  at  Philadelphia,  Penn.,  U.S.A.; 
m.  1st,  Leonora  Thompon ;  2nd, 
Corda  Perkins  Pratt.  Educ.: 
Public  Schools,  Philadelphia ;  Bos- 
ton Uiuveitdiy.  Of  English  des- 
cent, ancestors  went  to  America 
with  \Villi.im  Penn ;  for  several 


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years  Pastor  of  churches  in  Boston, 
Mass.,  and  other  centres;  served 
threa  years  as  Chaplain  in  6th 
Penn.  Cavalry  during  Civil  War, 
with  Army  of  ths  Potomac;  ap. 
pointed  American  Consul  at  Foo- 
•chow,  1893,  and  has  since  served 
In  that  position  with  exception 
of  three  years  spent  in  America. 
Decorations:  Double  Dragon,  China; 
G.A.R.,  Amarici.  AZdrsss  :  Ameri- 
can Consul  ite,  Fooehow,  China. 

GRACEY,  Wilbur  Tirrell  (HONG- 
KONG), U.S.A.  Consular  Service ; 
b.  1877.  Educ. :  Public  aud  private 
schools  in  U.S.A.  Appointed  by 
Presidant  McKinley,  Marshal  of 
Conmlar  Court,  Foochow,  1897; 
app iint^d  Vbe-Consul  at  Foochow, 
1893;  acting  Consul  at  Nanking, 
China,  1904-05;  acting  Consul 
General  at  Hongkong,  1906.  Ad- 
drzss:  American  Consulate  General, 
Hju^kon?;  care  of  State  Depart- 
ment, Washington,  D.C.,  U.S.A. 

G3.1HVK,  Alfred  McDowell  (PE- 
RS.K),  Co.Trinndar,  iMalay  States 
Volunteer  Ri3as  ;  &.  Feb.,  1839, 
Pass3d  in  Hindustani  and  Malay, 
1892  ;  Inspector  of  Perak  Sikhs, 
1894;  on  active  sen-ice  during  the 
Pahang  disturbances,  1894  ;  acting 
Adjutint,  Perak  Sikhs,  1894-5; 
Inspector,  do.,  1895 ;  in  command 
of  detachment  of  Malay  States 
Guides,  1897  ;  assistant  Superinten- 
dent of  Prisons,  1931  ;  2nd  Lieuten- 
ant, 3rd  Battalion  Highland  Light 
Infantry,  1901;  Wing  Commander, 
Malxy  States  Guides,  19)2;  acting 
Superintendent  of  Prisons ;  acting 
Second  in  Command,  Malay  States 
=Guid3S,  19J2;  assistant  Commis- 


sioner and  Adjutant  of  Police, 
1904 ;  acting  Wing  Commander, 
Malay  States  Guides,  1934;  Malay 
States  Volunteer  Rifles,  19 J6.  Ad- 
dress :  Perak,  Federated  Malay 
States. 

GRAHAM,  Lawrence  Gra^a^n  Cloet3 
(PEKING),  2nd  class  Assistant,  H.B. 
M.  Consular  Service.  Appointed 
Studentlnterpreter  in  China,  March 
1,  1893;  promoted  2nd  Assistant, 
June,  1902.  Address :  British 
Legation,  Peking,  China. 

GEAHAM,  Walter  Douglas  (HONG- 
KONG), Commission  agents,  branch 
Manager  Wilkinson,  Heywood  and 
Clark,  Ltd. ;  b.  Feb.  27,  1853.  Went 
to  Bombay  in  1884,  and  after 
residing  there  for  10  years 
representing  W.,  H.  &  C.  came  to 
Hongkong  to  look  after  their  in- 
terests in  the  Far  East ;  also  does 
business  on  own  account  as 
Douglas  Graham.  Clubs:  Hong- 
kong; Shanghai;  Royal  Bombay 
Yacht;  United  Empire,  London. 
Address :  Alexandra  Buildings, 
Hongkong. 

GRANDE,  Jules  Camille  Amie  (LAOS), 

Resident ;  Administrator,  2nd  cl  iss; 
b.  Aug.  19,  1854.  Joined  Indo- 
China  Civil  Service,  Nov.  3,  1888  ; 
Administrator,  4th  class,  June  1, 
1895;  Administrator,  3rd  class,  July 
14,  1893;  Administrator,  2nd  i lisa, 
Feb.  7, 1901.  Address  :  Laos,  In  Jo- 
China. 

GRANT-DALTON  (see :  DALTON,   CVP- 
T.VIN  HUBERT  GRANT-). 


GRANT,  Dr.  J.  S.    (NiNGPO),   M.D.; 
Physician ;  &.  June  21,  1861.   Edus. : 
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University  of  Michigan.  In  1890 
was  Surgeon  to  American  Baptist 
Hospital,  Niugpo;  in  1904,  Port 
Medical  Officer;  was  in  Ningpo 
during  Boxer  trouble  of  1900. 
Address:  Niugpo,  China. 

GRAVES,  Dr.  R.  H.  (CANTON),  M.D., 
D.D.  ;  Missionary  of  Southern 
Baptist  Connection  ;  b.  May  29, 
1833,  at  Baltimore,  Md.,  U.S.A. ;  m. 
three  tames,  present  wife  nee  Mrs. 
J.  L.  Sanford,  d.  of  General  Lowry, 
of  Confederate  Army.  Educ.  :  St. 
Mary's  College,  Baltimore  ;  studied 
theology  with  celebrated  preacher, 
Dr.  Richard  Fuller  ;  studied 
medicine  and  took  full  diploma. 
Arrived  in  Canton,  Aug.  14,  1856,  so 
is  now  rounding  out  a  half  century 
of  missionary  work  in  South 
China  ;  only  two  missionaries  have 
been  longer  in  China ;  is  a  mission- 
ary, a  preacher,  trainer  of  converts 
and  a  teacher  of  theology ;  for 
many  years  has  been  teaching 
students  for  the  ministry  and  this 
work  led  to  the  opening  of  the 
Baptist  Theological  School  of 
Canton  ;  the  new  building  for  this 
school  is  to  be  called  the  "  Graves 
Theological  School";  was  a  col- 
league of  late  Bishop  Burdon  iu 
compilation  of  the  Union  version 
of  New  Testament  recently 
published.  Publications:  "Forty- 
Years  in  South  China  '* ;  numerous 
books  in  Chinese,  many  contribu- 
tions to  religious  publications. 
Address :  Canton,  China. 

GRAY,  Norman  Tempest  (PAHANG), 
Acting  Engineer ;  b.  May  19,  1861. 
District  Engineer,  Larut,  1889 ;  has 
been  District  Engineer  at  Larut, 


Kinta,  Kuala  Kangsar,  acting 
Deputy  State  Engineer,  Executive 
Engineer  and  acting  State  Engi- 
neer ;  appointed  State  Engineer, 
Pahang,  1904.  Address:  Pahang, 
Federated  Malay  States. 

GRAY,  Rav.  W.Uiam  Royston 
(YONAGO),  M.A.  ;  b.  July  12,  18b7; 
?7i.  Clementina  Emily,  d.  of  late 
General  Felix  Thackeray  Haig, 
H.E.  Educ.:  Merchant  Taylors', 
London;  St.  John's  College,  Ox- 
ford ;  B.  A.,  Oxford,  1890  ;  M.A.,  do. 
1894.  Tutor  at  Church  Mission 
College,  Islington,  London  ;  Curate 
of  St.  Mary  the  Virgin,  Leamington 
Spa,  Warwickshire,  England,  l£9i- 
96  ;  arrived  in  Japan  as  Missionary 
of  Church  Missionary  Society,  1893. 
Club  :  Oxford  Union.  Address  ' 
Youago,  Japan ;  and  Trevone, 
Woking,  England. 

GREEN,  Claries  Francis  J.  (JASIN), 
District  Officer.  Cadet,  Strait* 
Settlements  Civil  Service  Nov.,  1898 ; 
acting  District  Officer,  Province 
Wellesley,  Mar.,  1900;  acting  4th 
Magistrate,  Singapore,  June,  1901  ; 
passed  final  examination  in  Malay,. 
Oct.,  1901  ;  acting  District  Officer ,. 
Malacca,  Feb.,  1902 ;  confirmed, 
July,  1903  ;  District  Officer,  Jasiu, 
Malacca.  Address :  Jasiu,  Malacca,. 
Straits  Settlements. 

GREENE,  Rev.  Dai'el  Crosby  (TOK- 
YO ),  A.M.,  D.D.  ;  Missionary 
and  Minister;  b.  Feb.  11,  1843,  at 
Boxbury,  Mass,  U.S.A. ;  m.  July 
29,  1869,  Mary  Jane  Forbes. 
Educ.:  Dartmouth  College;  Andover 
Theological  Seminary.  Arrived  in 
Japan,  Nov.  30,  1869,  and,  with 


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exception  of  furloughs,  has  resided 
there  continuously  since  ;  has  been 
Councillor,  Vice  •  President  and 
President  of  Asiatic  Society  of 
Japan.  Publications  :  "  Chinese 
Testa-nent  for  Japanese  Readers," 
1879;  "  The  Christian  Movement  in 
its  relation  to  the  New  Life  in 
Japan,"  numerous  papers  in  the 
Journal  of  the  Asiatic  Society. 
Address;  22  Nakuiocho,  Ichiza/a, 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

GREENE,  Dr.  G.  W.  (Canton),  D.D. ; 
Missionary  of  Southern  Baptist 
Connection;  b.  June  29,  1852,  at 
North  Carolina,  U.S.A. ;  m.  twice, 
present  wife,  Vallie  Page  of  North 
Carolina.  Eluc.:  W*,ke  Forest 
College,  North  Carolina  ;  Southern 
Baptist  Theological  Seminary. 
For  several  years  after  graduation, 
pastor  of  country  churches  in  North 
Carolina  ;  for  H  years  Principal  of 
M  oravi in  Falls  Academy  ;  for  one 
year  Professor  of  Latin  at  Wake 
Forest  College ;  in  1891  appointed 
missionary  to  Canton;  for  many 
years  Treasurer  of  South  China 
Biptist  Mission;  at  present  tea- 
cher in  Baptist  Theological  School, 
Canton.  Publications:  Elementary 
English  Grammar,  1875;  several 
small  treatises  in  Chinese ;  con- 
tributions to  religious  papers. 
Address:  Canton,  China. 

GRE30RY,  Lieut. -Commander 
Arthur  K.  (HONGKONG),  R.N. ;  in 
co.ninand  of  H.M.  torpedo  boat 
destroyer  "  Virago."  Lieutenant, 
Sept.  30,  19J4;  appointed  to  com- 
mand, 19JG.  Club:  Hongkong. 
Address:  H.M.S.  "Virago,"  Hong- 
kong. 


GREGORY,  Stsphen  M.  (PEUAK),  Ac- 
countant, ft.  Jan.  23,  1833.  Ac- 
countant, Perak  Railway,  1835 ;  has 
served  in  Audit  Ofice  and  Ac- 
countants Office,  Perak;  R  tilway 
Accountant  and  Auditor,  Perak  and 
Selangor,  1893;  Chief  Accountant 
and  Auditor,  F.M.S.  Railways,  1903. 
Address:  Perak,  Federated  Malay 
States. 

GRESSON,  William  J.  (SHANGHU% 
Managing  Partner  Jardine  Mathe- 
soii  and  Co.,  Shanghai  branch ; 
member  of  Municipal  Council  ; 
director  of  several  local  campanies  ; 
for  many  years  represented  firm  in 
Hongkong  and  was  an  unofficial 
member  of  Legislative  Council  ; 
supporter  of  all  sports,  especially 
racing.  Club :  Shanghai.  Address: 
The  Bund,  Shanghai,  China. 

GREY,  Robert  Campbell  (SKLANGOR), 
Secretary  to  Resident;  b.  July  9, 
1868.  Junior  Officer  of  Treasury, 
Selangor,  Aug.  1,  18S8;  Assistant 
in  Land  Office,  Kriau,  June  H, 
1889;  passed  final  examination  in 
Malay,  Dec.  6,  1890;  assistant 
Magistrate,  Kinta,  Dec.  24,  1890; 
acting  Superintendent  of  Penghulns, 
Lower  Perak,  June  14,  1891 ;  Super- 
intendent, ditto,  Nov.  1,  1891;  as- 
sistant Magistrate  and  Collector 
of  Laud  Revenue,  Lower  Perak, 
April  1,  1893;  acting  District 
Magistrate,  Kuala  Kaugsar,  Jan. 
1, 1894 ;  assistant  Secretary  to 
Government,  Selangor,  Feb.  28, 
1895;  acting  District  Magistrate, 
Krian,  April  9,  1896 ;  District 
Officer,  Ulu  Selangor,  May  1,  1897 ; 
ditto,  Kuala  Selangor,  Jan.  1, 1899  ; 
ditto,  Ulu  Pahang,  Nov.  1,  1893; 


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District  Magistrate,  Kuala  Kang- 
sar,  Jan.  19,  1900  ;  acting  Secretary 
to  Government,  Selangor,  Oct.  1,  to 
Dec.  30,  1900  ;  acting  District 
Magistrate,  Kinta,  Oct.  10,  1901; 
resumed  duties  as  District  Magis- 
trate, Kuala  Kangsar,  Nov.  21, 
1901 ;  Secretary  to  Resident, 
Selangor,  1903.  Address:  Selangor, 
Federated  Malay  States. 

GRIFFIN,  Albeit  Edwin  (HONGKONG), 
A.M.I.C.E. ;  Civil  Engineer  ;  b. 1867. 
Educ. :  Rugby.  Came  to  Hongkong, 
June,  1901,  in  connection  with 
Quarry  Bay  Shipyard  Construction 
works ;  was  previously  engaged 
on  Preston  Dock'  and  Harbour 
works ;  Manchester  Ship  Canal ; 
B-illiua-Killala  Railway,  Co. 
Mayo ;  Fairhaven  Estate  works, 
Lytham  ;  London  and  India  Docks  ; 
proposed  new  line  from  London  to 
South  Wales  (survey)  ;  Great 
Central  Ry. ;  Dover  Harbour  works. 
Club :  H ongkong.  A  ddresa :  Bark er 
Road,  Hongkong. 

GRIFFITH,  Tom  Edward  (CANTON), 
Silk  Merchant;  b.  Oct.  11,  1869; 
m.  1897.  Educ.:  Rotherhara  Gram- 
mar School  ;  Elberfeld  Gymnasium : 
Zurich  University.  Head  of  firm  of 
T.  E.  Griffith.  Clubs  :  Hongkong  ; 
Canton;  Sports,  London.  Addrew : 
Canton,  China. 

GRIFFITHS,  Ernest  Alfred  (Siu- 
MOXOSEKI),  H.B.M.  Consul ;  b. 
1863.  Educ.  :  Dulwich  College. 
Clerk  in  the  Exchequer  and  Audit 
Department,  London,  1880-4 ;  ap- 
pointed student  interpreter  in 
Japan,  April  7,  1884;  2nd  class 
Assistant  Oct.  1,  1888  ;  1st  Assistant. 


Aug.  8,  1896  ;  Vice-Consul  at  Kobe, 
May  21,  19G3;  Consul,  Shimonoseki, 
1904 ;  was  acting  Vice-Consul  at 
Tokyo,  Oct.,  1888,  to  April,  1881  ; 
acting  Consul  at  Tainan,  Formosa, 
from  Nov.,  1896,  to  Jan.,  1897,  from 
July,  1897  to  Dec.,  1899,  and  again 
from  Jan.,  1902,  to  Nov.,  1903.  Club* : 
Yokohama,  Kobe  ;  Shimor.oi-eki. 
Address:  British  Consulate,  Shi- 
mouoseki,  Jr.pan. 

GRIGGS,  Dr.  James  F.  (PEKING), 
A.M.,  M.D.  ;  b.  Aug.  27,  1871;  »n. 
Alice  E.  Van  Gorder,  1901.  Educ. : 
University  of  Pennsylvania,  Phila- 
delphia, Pa.  Address:  American 
Presbyterian  Mis.sion,  P  e  k  i  n  gr 
China. 

GRIST,  Edward  James  (HONGKONG), 
Solicitor  ;  b.  March  7,  I860  ;  Clvb  : 
Hongkong.  Address  :  9  Queen's 
Road  Central,  Hongkong. 

GROLEAU,  Elie  Jean  Henri  (NAM- 
Dixiii),  Inspector,  Civil  Service, 
Indo-Chiua,  Chief  of  Nf-m-Dinh 
Province;  6.  Feb.  16, 1859..  Entered 
Civil  Service,  Indo-Chiua,  Aug.  11, 
1882  ;  Srd  class  Administrator,  Jan., 
1891;  2nd  chifs,  Jan.,  1895;  1st 
•  •hiss,  Jan.,  1898;  Inspector,  Jan., 
lsx)2.  Address:  Nam-Dinh,  Tonkin, 
Indo-China. 

GROSSIN,  General  Paul  L.  A,  (HANOI), 
Chief  d'E.soadron,  Commandant  la 
Compaguie  de  Ger.daimeiie.  Deco- 
ration: Chevalier  de  la  Legion 
d'Honneur.  Add  n't*  :  Hanoi,  Ton- 
kin, Indo-China. 

GROVE,  William  Edward  Ure 
(M.vi,.\c<'-O,  Superintendent!  Straits 


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Settlements  Police  ;  b.  July  27,  1861  ; 
e.  s.  f*.  of  late  Colonel  W.  O.  Grove  ; 
in.  19J3,  Isabella  Adelaide 
Morrison.  Edac. :  Bedford  Gram- 
mar School.  Served  in  Burma 
Police,  1892-97  ;  Slam  Police,  1897- 
19G2 ;  joined  Straits  Settlements 
Police,  1902.  Address:  Malacca, 
Straits  Settlements. 

GROVES,  Thomas  (KUALA  LJUMPUII), 
A.M.T.C.K.,  F.M.S.  Civil  Service; 
ft.  Feb.  1,  1864  ;  Chief  Draughtsman, 
Kuala  Lumpur,  Clerk  of  Works, 
Klang,  acting  Distiict  Engineer, 
and  acting  Engineer  of  Sanitary 
Board,  1891  to  1899;  Executive 
Engineer,  1902 ;  acting  Engineer, 
1st  grade,  1904.  Address:  Kuala 
Lumpur,  Selangor,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

GUBBINS,  John  HaringtDn  (TOKYO), 
C.M.G.;  b.  1T>2;  s.  of  late  Martin 
B.  Gubbins,  IJ.C.M. ;  m.  1893, 
Helen  Brodie,  d.  of  C.  A.  Macvean, 
J.P.  of  Mull.  Entered  Japan  Con- 
Milar  Service,  1871 ;  English  Sec- 
vetaiy  to  Conference  at  Tokyo  for 
revision  of  Treaties,  1888  ;  Assistant 
Japanese  Secretary,  1888  ;  Japanese 
Secretary,  1889,  local  rank  of  2nd 
Secretary  to  Legation,  Tokyo, 
189);  Biilish  Delegate  en  Tariff 
Commission,  lS9f> ;  acting  Charge1 
<l% Affaires,  Seoul,  Corea,  May,  1930, 
to  Nov.,  1901.  Publications :  Dic- 
tionaiy  of  Chinese-Japanese  Words 
in  Japanese  Language  (3  vols.) ; 
Translation  of  Civil  Code  of  Japan, 
with  introduction  on  Japanese 
Family  System  (2  vols.)  Recreations: 
Riding,  swimming,  rowing,  chess. 
Clubs:  St.  James's  ;  Oriental.  Ad- 
<//•.•-<*  ;  Tokyo.  Japan. 


GUERITZ,     Edward     Peregrine 

(  SANDAKAN  ),  Acting  Governor. 
Cadet  mid  District  Officer,  and 
Resident,  Sarawak  Government, 
1874  to  1877  ;  Assistant  President, 
British  North  Borneo,  1882-1884  ; 
Collector  of  Land  Revenue,  Sungei 
Ujong,  1835  ;  Collector  and  Magis- 
trate, Jelebu,  June,  1885;  acting 
Resident,  Labuan,  May,  1890  ; 
Assistant  Government  Secretary, 
British  North  Borneo,  1891  ;  Re- 
sident, Labuan,  1890 ;  Session 
Judge,  British  North  Borneo,  1894  ; 
Member  of  Council,  1894;  Judge  of 
(  hief  Court,  1895  ;  Government 
Secretary,  1898;  appointed  one  of 
the  Commissioners  .to  administer 
the  Government,  British  North 
Borneo  and  Labuan  ;  acting 
Governor,  1905.  Addrcxs  :  S.amla- 
kan,  British  North  Borneo. 

GUILLEMOTO,  Charles  Marie 
(HANOI),  Director  General  des 
Travaux  Publics  ;  Ingenieur  en  Chef 
de  Ire  class  des  Pouts  et  Chau.-sees  ; 
b.  Janv.  5,  1857.  Entree  1'Adminis- 
tration,  Sept.  13,  1898.  Decorations  : 
Officier  de  la  Legion  d'Honneur. 
Address:  Hanoi,  Tonkin,  Indo- 
CMna. 

GUIS,  Francois  Louis  Esprit  (H\Noi), 
Directeur  d'Admini.stration  de  la 
Caisse  de  Retraite  des  Services  Civil 
Locaux  ;  Resident;  Administrator. 
1st  class;  b.  O;-t.  6,  1861.  Joined 
the  Indo-Chirra  Civil  Service,  Nov. 
24,  1887  ;  Administrator,  4th  class, 
March  17,  1886  ;  Administrator,  3rd 
class,  March  27, 1888;  Administrator, 
Srd  class,  Dec.  1,  1892;  Adminis- 
trator, 1st  class,  Oct.  1,  1900. 
Decoration*:  Chevalier  de  la  Le'gion 


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d'Honneur,    Address:  Hanoi,  Ton- 
kin,  ludo-Chinx. 

• 

GUY,  Hirvey  Hugo  (TOKYO),  A.M., 
B.D.,  Ph.D.;  Dean  of  Sei  Oa- 
kuiu  (Professional  College)  Tok- 
yo ;  b.  Nov.  9,  1870,  at  Osage  City, 
Kansas,  U.S.A. ;  m.  June  20,  1893, 
Martha  Andrews,  Mount  Pleasant, 
Iowa,  U.S.A.  Educ. :  Drake  Uni- 
versity, Iowa ;  Chicago  Univer- 
sity, and  Yale  University.  After 
graduating  came  to  Japan  to 
engage  in  educational  work,  and 
has  been  so  occupied  since  1895 ; 
Professor  in  School  of  Philosophy, 
Tokyo ;  Professor  of  Greek  Lan- 
guage and  Literature,  and  of 
Philosophy  and  History  in  Sei 
Gakuin  ;  lecturer  on  religion  among 


the  Japanese;  examiner  in  School 
for  the  study  of  the  Japanese 
Language;  Chairman  of  the  Com- 
mittee for  translation  of  foreign 
books  into  Japanese  ;  specialist  in 
Japanese  Language  and  History  ; 
member  of  Council  of  Japanese 
Asiatic  Society  ;  translator  of 
"Wasau,"  Buddhist  I*rayer  Book. 
Publications:  "  Studies  in  the  Rise 
of  the  English  Episcopacy,"  1902. 
Club  :  Yale.  A  ddreaf :  T..ikino;ja\va, 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

GUYONNET,  Lieut.-Cclonel  Pierre 
G.  P.  (HANO.),  Commandant  2e 
Regiment  de  Tirailleurs  Annamites. 
Decoration:  Officier  de  li  Ldgiou 
d'Houneur.  A<3dr?** :  Hanoi,  Ton- 
kin. Tn«lo-China. 


H 


HACHISUKA,  Marquis  (TOKYO),  For- 
mcrly  Daimyo  of  Tokushima ;  Privy 
Councillor;  b.  Aug.,  1848.  Repre- 
sented Japan  in  France  about  1881 
President  of  House  of  Peers., 
1891-96 ;  Minister  of  Education, 
S^pt.,  1896-Nov.,  1897  ;  appointed  to 
Privy  Council,  1898.  Add  was:  Tok- 
yo, Japan. 

H\aE3,  Rev.  Charles  Robert  (HONG- 
KONO),  M.D.,  D.I). ;  Clergyman  and 
Physician  ;  b.  Oct.  27,  1851 ;  m.  June 
2),  1894  ;  Dec.  31,  1896,  Maria  Von 
Rausch.      Ednc.  :     Honey    Creek, 
Wisconsin  ;  Oberlin  and  Springfield, 
Ohio.    Taught  in  Schools  in  Wis- 
consin, Ohio  and  California,  until 
188J ;    entered    Pacific  Theological 
Seminary,     Oakland,      California, 
18*),  graduating  therefrom  in  1832, 
.and  receiving  B.D.  degree ;  Pastor 
Congregational  Church  at  Antioch, 
1831-83  ;  sent  to  Hongkong  as  Mis- 
sionary of  American  Board,  March, 
1883,  to  open  South  China  Mission  ; 
returned     to     U.S.A.,     1891,     and 
studied  Medicine    in  Los  Angeles, 
San      Francisco,      and      Nashville 
Medical    Schools,    receiving    M.D. 
rle.grea  from  Vanderbilt  -University, 
1894,      and     same      degree      from 
Nashville  University ,:1895 ;  returned 
to     China,     1894;    received    D.D. 
degree  from  Western  University  of 


Chicago,  1900 ;  has  charge  of  14 
Mission  Schools  with  over  400 
pupils ;  is  overseer  of  38  stations 
where  Chinese  teach  or  preach ; 
received  into  Church  membership 
over  1070  persons  in  1903,  and  has 
55  native  workers  under  supervision; 
has  baptized  about  3000  persons 
during  last  10  years,  and  treats  from 
f>  0  to  1000  patients  annually ;  was 
1st  President  of  Le  Shing  Scientific 
and  Industrial  College,  opened  at 
Hongkong,  1904 ;  can  speak  and 
preach  in  three  languages,  English, 
Herman  and  Chinese.  Publica- 
tions: "Looking  unto  Jesus"; 
"  Bible  Questions  and  Answers," 
both  in  Chinese.  Addrexg :  No.  5, 
Ladder  St.,  Hongkong. 

HAH*,  Philippe  (PROMPENH),  Inspec- 
tor, Civil  Service,  Indo-Chiua ;  Pre- 
sident Municipal  Commission;  b. 
Aug.  19, 185:1.  Entered  Civil  Service, 
Indo-China,  Jan.  1,  1887  ;  Adminis- 
trator, 2nd  class,  Jan.,  1838;  1st 
class,  Oct.,  1888;  Inspector,  Jan., 
1900.  Decorations :  Officier  de  1'In- 
struction  P  u  b  1  i  q  u  e  .  A ddre**  : 
Prompenh,  Cambodge,  Indo-ChinP. 

HAIFENG  (  SOOCHOW  ),  C  h  i  n  e  s  u 
Bauuerman.  Appointed  Super- 
intendent, Imperial  Factory,  Foo- 
chow,  Sept.,  1898. 


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HAINES,  Rev.  Frank  William 
(PENANG),  B.A.,  Oxon. ;  Chr.plain. 
Educ.  :  Christ's  College,  Brecknock, 
and  Jesus  College,  Oxford. 
Government  Tutor  and  Chaplain, 
SeUngor,  1890 ;  Inspector  of 
Schools,  Selangor,  1891 ;  Colonial 
Chaplain,  Malacca,  1899;  .also 
acting  Headmaster  of  High  School, 
Malacca,  3899-1900;  Colonial  Chap- 
lain, Penang,  April,  1901 ;  (Sur- 
rogate), hon.  Chaplain,  Penang 
Volunteer  Corps.  Address :  Penang, 
Straits  Settlements. 

HALE,  Abraham  (LAULT),  District 
Officer;  6.  Dec.  17,  1854.  Acting 
Magistrate,  Matang,  Dec.  13,  1884 ; 
Inspector  of  Mines  and  Assistant 
Magistrate,  Kinta,  Feb.,  1885;  Col- 
lector and  Magistrate,  Tampin, 
Oct.  17,  1887 ;  acting  Superinten- 
dent of  Negri  Sembilan,  March, 
1888 ;  Clerk  of  Council,  Oct.  20, 1889 ; 
assistant,  Indian  Immigration 
Agent,  Dec.,  1889;  acting  for  Resi- 
dent, Feb.  to  Mar.,  19CO ;  Officer 
in  Charge,  Mar.  to  Nov.,  1894: 
District  Officer,  Tampin,  Jan.  1. 
1896  ;  District  Officer,  Kuala  Selan- 
gor,  Jan.  26,  1897 ;  passed  higher 
standard  in  Malay,  April,  1897 ; 
Examiner  in -Malay,  1898;  District 
Officer,  Klang,  Mar.  9,  1899;  Collec- 
tor of  Land  Revenue,  Kuala 
Lumpur,  and  Registrar  of  Titles, 
Selangor;  Chairman  of  Public 
Gardens  Committee,  Kuala  Lum- 
pur, and  of  Museum  Committee, 
Nov.  21,  1899;  Vice-Chairman, 
Malay  Agricultural  Settlement, 
Sept.  23,  1900  ;  Director  of  Widows' 
and  Orphans'  Fund,  April  19,  1901 ; 
District  Officer  and  Ri-gistr <r  of 


Titles,  Larut,  Perak,  1906.  Addre**  : 
Larut,  Perak,  Federated  Mula> 
States. 

HALE,  Bertram  Augustas  (HONG- 
KONG), Journalist  ;  Manager,  Hong- 
kong "Daily  Press";  b.  1870. 
Formerly  connected  with  jour- 
nalism in  Devonshire  and  London  ; 
came  to  the  East  in  1895,  joining 
the  "Japan  Chronicle";  in  1899 
became  part  proprietor  andeditor  of 
the  "Hiogo  News  ";  arrived  in  Hong- 
kong in  February,  1903,  as  manager, 
"Daily  Press."  Address:  "Rock- 
lands,''  Robinson  Road,  Hongkong. 

HALL,  Gilbert  Amos  (PROVINCE 
WELL.ESLEY),  Di.st.rict  Officer. 
Edin-.:  Harrow  School.  Cadet, 
Straits  Settlements,  1888;  passed 
final  examination  in  Malay,  April, 
1891;  acting  ::rd  Magistrate,  Pe- 
nang, July,  1891 ;  acting  2nd  Magis- 
trate, Penang  July  to  Sept.,  1893  ; 
acting  District  Ofrk-er,  Dindings. 
Mir.,  1891;  Superintendent  of 
Education,  Penang,  Oct.,  1894; 
acting  District  Officer,  Malacca, 
Nov.,  1896;  acting  2nd  Magistrate, 
Pon.uig,  May,  1897  ;  Sheriff  and 
Deputy  Registrar  of  Supreme 
Court,  Singapore,  July,  1897  ;  acting 
Colk-ctor  of  Land  Revenue,  Pe- 
nang, M.ir.,  1898;  2nd  assistant 
Colonial  Secretary,  Straits  Settle- 
ments, Aug.,  1898,  but  continued 
to  act  as  Collector  of  Land 
Revenue,  Penang,  till  Mir.,  1900; 
acting  Collector  of  Land  Revenue 
and  Orticei  in  Charge  of  Troasun 
M.ilacca,  Sept.,  19LH>,  confirine-l. 
Aug.,  U)< Yl  ;  Senior  District  Officer. 
July,  19J1;  acting  Posliu  ister 

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Inspector  of  Prisons,  Singapore, 
and  Senior  District  Officer, 
Province  Wellesley,  19f  6.  Address  : 
Province  Wellesley,  Straits  Settle- 
ments. 

HALL,  John  Carey  (YOKOHAMA), 
M.A.,  I.S.O. ;  II.B.M.  Consul 
General ;  b.  Jan.  22,  1814,  at 
Coleraine,  Co.  Londonderry,  s.  of 
John  Hall  of  Coleraine  and  Port- 
rush,  Co.  Antrim  ;  m.  1876,  Agnes, 
d.  of  Charles  Wyclif  Goodwin, 
Assistant  Judge  of  H.B.M. 
Supreme  Court  for  China  and 
Japan.  Educ.  :  Coleraine  Aca- 
demical Institution  ;  Queen's 
College,  Belfast.  Appointed 
Student  Interpreter  in  Japan,  Dec. 
24,  1867  ;  employed  in  assisting 
Japanese  Prisons  Commission,  1871  ; 
acting  Vice-Consul  at  Yedo  (Tokyo) 
for  some  while  ;  1st  class  Assistant, 
April  1,  1877;  called  to  BJU  at 
Middle  Temple,  June  29,  1881 ; 
Assistant  Japane.se  Secretary  at 
Tokyo,  April  1,  1882  ;  acting  Consul 
at  Nagasaki,  1882,  1883,  1884,  and 
1886;  acting  Japanese  Secretary  at 
Tokyo,  1884  to  1886  ;  acting 
Registrar  and  Interpreter,  Yoko- 
hama Court,  1886 ;  acting  Consul 
at  Yokohama,  1886  to  1888  ; 
acting  Judge  in  Court  for  Japan 
.,'at.  Yokohama,  1888;  acting 
assistant  Judge  in  Supreme  Court 
for  China  and  Japan  at  Shanghai, 
1888  to  1S89 ;  promoted  Consul  for 
Hakodate  and  Niigata,  Oct.  1, 
1888;  acting  Consul  at  Nagasaki, 
1890  to  1892  ;  at  Yokohama,  1895  to 
1896  ;  transferred  to  Tamsui  (For- 
mosa), Feb.  4,  1893 ;  Consul  for 
Hiogo  an  I  Osaka,  Aug.  21,  1896; 
Consul  for  Consular  District  of 


Hiogo  j:ml  cities  of  Kyoto  and 
Osaka,  July  28,  1897  ;  .  Senior 
Member  of  Commission  to  prepare 
case  in  Arbitration  proceeding 
before  Hague  Tribunal  between 
Great  Britain,  France,  and  Ger- 
many, and  Japan,  respecting 
interpretation  of  an  Article  in 
their  Treaties  relating  to  leases  in 
perpetuity  in  late  Foreign  Settle- 
ments in  Japan,  Sept.  20,  1902 : 
promoted  Consul-Geueral  for  Con- 
sular District  of  Kanagawa,  May 
21,  1903.  Publications  :  General 
View  of  Chinese  Civilization, 
translated  from  the  French  of 
Pierre  Laffitte.  Clubs  :  Roy.il 
Societies  ;  Yokohama  United.  Ad- 
dress :  H.B.M.  Consulate,  Yoko- 
hama, Japan. 

HALLIFAX,  Edwin  Richard  (1  lux;- 
KONG),  B.A.,  Oxon.  ;  Civil  Service; 
b.  Feb.  17,  1874.  Educ.  :  BlundeU's 
School ;  Balliol's  College,  Oxford. 
Appointed  Cadet  in  Hongkong  Civil 
Service  Oct.,  1897:  aviivedin  Colony, 
Jan.,  1898;  Police  Magistrate,  Hong- 
kong, Dec.,  1899  ;  Assistant  Supeiin- 
tendent  of  Police  and  Police 
Magistrate,  New  Teriitory,  Sept., 
1899;  acting  (Registrar  General. 
1902;  acting  Captain  Superintendent 
of  Police,  Superintendent  of  Gaol 
and  Superintendent  of  Fire  Brigade, 
March,  1904;  seconded  as  Transvaal 
Emigration  Agent  at  Chinwantao,, 
March,  190"..  Address:  Hongkong. 

HALLIFAX,  F.  J.  (PKXANG),  Magistrate. 
Cadet,  Straits  Settlements,  March, 
1893;  passed  final  examination  in 
Malay,  'June,  1894;  acting  District 
Officer,  Penang,  April,  1896,  and 
Malacca,  Nov.,  189(5  :  Superinteu- 


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dent  of  Education,  Penang,  July, 
1897 ;  District  Officer,  June,  1898  ; 
acting  District  Officer,  Dindings, 
June,  1901;  acting  Collector  of 
Laud  Revenue,  Penang,  Apiil,  1902 ; 
also  acting  Registrar  of  Deeds  and 
Registrar  of  Bills  of  Sale,  Penang, 
^  May,  1902;  assistant  Post  Master 
General,  Penang,  Aug.,  19J2,  but 
continued  to  act  as  Collector  of 
Land  Revenue  ;  acting  Collector  of 
Land  Revenue,  and  Officer  in 
Charge  of  Treasury,  Malacca,  April, 
1903;  2nd  Police  Magistrate, 
Penang,  Straits  Settlements.  Ad- 
dress :  Penang,  Straits  Settlements. 

HAMADA,    Dr.    Gentitsu    (TOKYO), 
Chief  Medical  Officer  and  Proprietor 
<>f  Haniada  Hospital  for  diseases  of 
women  ;  b.  Kumamoto-ken,   Nov., 
1854.     Educ.  :    In    Germany,    1885- 
1888.       Appointed      Professor     of 
Medical  Course  of  Tokyo  University, 
1889-1936.    Address:  Tokyo,  Japan. 
HAMAO,     Arata     (TOKYO),      LL.D. ; 
President  of  Tokyo  Itnperi.il  Uni- 
versity ;  Member  of  House  of  Peers ; 
b.  April,  1849,atTajima.  Councillor 
of  Department  of  Education,  1878 ; 
Vice-President  of  To^cyo  Imperial 
University,  1884  ;  Director  of  Special 
Educational   Bureau,   1888  ;   Presi- 
dent of  Tokyo  Imperial  University, 
1893-1897;    Minister    of    Education 
from  Nov.  to  Dec.,  1897  ;  President 
of  Tokyo  Imperial  University,  1906  ; 
awarded      degree     of     LL.D.      by 
Harvard  University.   Address:  Tok- 
yo, Japan. 

HAMILTON,    William  Beeson  (Cm- 

NAN-FU),  A.B.  (1883),  A.M. 
( 1888 ) ;  Missionary,  American 
Presbyterian  Church  ;  b.  Sept. 


10,     1864;     m.     May,     1888,    Clara 
Linton  (died  Jan.,  1889);    m.  May 
1892,  Margaret,  d.  H.  Woods,  D.D., 
Professor  of  Latin  at  Washington 
and  Jefferson  College,  Pa.    Educ. 
Washington  and  Jefferson  College. 
Allegheny ;  Princeton    Theological 
Seminary.      Arrived   China,    Nov., 
1888  ;  resided  Chinan  in  1888 ;  built, 
and  for  some  years  was  Principal 
of,  Clara  Lintou  Hamilton  Memo- 
rial School  ;  pastor,    Presbyterian 
Church,  Chinan ;  in  charge  of  mis- 
sion  work  in  vicinity  ;  by  appoint- 
ment of  American  Consul,  Chefoo, 
arranged  with  Yuan  Shih-kai    for 
protection  and  safe  convey  to  coast 
of  over  100  missionaries,  Protestant 
and  Catholic,  from  Central  and  West 
Shantung  and   adjacent    parts   of 
Chihli  and  Houan,  dm  ing  June  and 
July,     1900;     director,     Shantung 
Protestant   University,    1903 ;  Am- 
erican   Consular    Agent,    Chinanf 
1905.     Address:    Chinan-fu,    Shan- 
tung, China. 

HA.MPDEN,  Ernest  Miles  H^bart- 
(YOKOHAMA),  H.B.M.  Vice-Consul 
Appointed  Student  Interpreter  in 
China,  July  26,  1888;  transferred 
to  Japan,  April  1, 1889 ;  Vice-Consul 
at  Tokyo  (local  rank),  Aug.  21, 
189C  ;  employed  as  Assistant  •  in 
Japanese  Secretary's  O  ffi  c  e  , 
Tokyo,  1896;  acting  Consul  ax 
Hakodate,  1896  to  1897  ;  at  Tamsui. 

1897  ;  acting  Vice-Consul  at  Hiogo, 

1898  ;  acting  Consul  at  Yokohama, 
1899;    Vice-Consul    at    Yokohama 
(local  rank),  1899  to  1901 ;  promoted 
1st  Assistant,  April  1,  1901 ;  acting 
Consul  at  Yokohama,  1902  to  1903  ; 
promoted     Vice-Consul,    Dec.     22, 

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1904.    Address:  H.B.M.  Consulate, 
Yokohama,  Japan. 

HANABUSA,  Baron  (TOKYO),  Vice- 
Minister  of  the  Imperial  House- 
hold Department;  b.  Jan.,  1842,  at 
Okayama.  Appointed  Secretary  for 
Foreign  Affairs,  1870;  Chargd 
d' Affairs  at  Seoul,  1876-77;  pro- 
moted  to  Minister  Resident,  1880- 
81,  and  narrowly  escaped  being 
killed  by  the  anti-Japanese  Korean 
mob  which  attacked  Japanese 
Legation  at  Seoul  in  1882;  pro- 
moted Minister  at  St.  Petersburg, 
188C-86 ;  Vice-minister  of  Agricul- 
ture and  Commerce,  1887-88  ;  trans- 
ferred thence  to  Imperial  House- 
hold as  auditor ;  Vice-resident  of 
Japan  Red  Cross  Society;  created 
Baron,  1896.  Address:  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

HANCOCK,  Sidney  (HONGKONG),  Bill 
and  Bullion  Broker.  Resided  in 
the  Colony  and  Amoy  over  half  a 
century.  Club :  Hongkong.  Ad- 
dress :  10,  Queen's  Gardens,  Hong- 
kong. 

HANITSCH,  Karl  Richard  (SINGA- 
PORE), Ph.  D.,  Jena  Demonstrator 
of  Zoology,  University  College, 
Liverpool,  1887;  Curator  and  Libra- 
rian, Raffles  Library  and  Museum, 
Singapore,  1895.  Address :  Singa- 
pore, Straits  Settlements. 

HANSEN,  Dr.  Carl  C.  (LAOS), 
M.D. ;  Physician  and  Surgeon  ;  b. 
May  14,  1862.  Editc.  :  United 
States  of  America.  Received  the 
degree  of  M.D.  from  Cooper 
Medical  College,  1893;  served  at 
the  German  Hospital  as  House 
Surgeon, '1894  :  became  a  Licentiate 


of  the  Imperial  Faculty  of  Medicine 
of  Constantinople,  1895 ;  Member 
of  the  American  Medical  Associa- 
tion, the  American  Oriental 
Society,  and  the  Si  am  Society  ;  at 
present  in  Charge  of  the  Charles  F. 
Van  Santvoord  Hospital  of  Nakon- 
Lunpaug,  Laos,  Siam.  Address 
Nakon  Lampang,  Laos,  Siam. 

HANSON,  Charles  Rastrich(PKRAK) 
I.S.O.,  M.I.C.E. ;  Engineer  for 
Railways,  Federated  Malay  States  ; 
b.  June  7,  1890;  8.  of  late  Conrad 
Abben  Hanson  ;  m.  1883,  Margaret, 
d.  of  John  Kyle.  Educ :  Private 
Schools.  Railway  Department, 
Capo  Colony,  1874-1879 ;  assistant 
Engineer  of  Ways  and  Works, 
Ceylon,  1879-1887;  Resident  Eng- 
ineer and  Trciihc  Manager,  Perak, 
1887  ;  Resident  Engineer  for 
Railways,  Perai  and  Province 
Vt  ellesley,  19^3  ;  acting  Divisional 
Engineer,  Selangor  and  Negri 
Serabilan,  June,  1903 ;  General 
Manager,  Federated  Malay  States 
Railways,  19U4  ;  Resident  Engineer 
for  Railways  in  Perak  and  Province 
Wellesley,  and  Manager,  Federated 
Malay  States'  Railways,  1906, 
Address :  Perak  Federated  Malay 
States ;  c/o  Henry  S.  King  and 
Co..  9  Pall  Mall,  London,  S.W. 

HARA,  Kei  (TOKYO),  Minister  of  Home 
Affairs  ;  b.  1854  at  Mori  oka.. 
Private  Secretary  to  Minister  of 
Agriculture  and  Commerce,  1890- 
1892 ;  Director  of  Commercial 
Bureau,  Foreign  Office  ;  Vice- 
Minister  of  Foreign  Office,  1895; 
Minister  to  Corea,  1896;  resigned 
1897;  was  Chief  Editor  of  Osaka 


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"Mainichi";  Minister  of  Com- 
munications, 19)0-1901;  sat  as 
M.P.,  1902-1-M5  ;  joined  Saionji 
Miuistiy  as  Ministe"  of  Hjme 
Office,  1906.  Addi-ess  :  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

HARA,  Rokuro  (TOKYO),  Banker;  b. 
Tajlraa,  1844.  Prominent  at  time 
of  Restoration  ;  entered  business, 
and  founded  with  others,  the  One 
Hundred  Bank,  and  has  been 
largely  instrumental  in  seeming 
for  it  the  position  it  has  attained ; 
filled  the  post  of  President  of  the 
Yokohama  Specie  Bank  from  1883 
to  1890 ;  one  of  Japan's  leading 
commercial  men.  Address :  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

JEARA,  Ryota  (TOKYO),  City  Engineer  ; 
b.  Fukuota,  Oct.,  1854.  Educ.: 
Tokyo  University.  Has  superin- 
tended building  of  several  bridges 
iu  Tokyo,  and  also  supervised  its 
water-works;  Professor  at  Tokyo 
University  and  Engineer  of  Tokyo 
City.  Address  :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

HARA,  Ycshimichi  (TOKYO),  Lawyer ; 
b.  Shiuano,  Feb.,  1S67.  Educ.: 
Tokyo  University.  Appointed 
Councillor  of  Department  of  Agri- 
culture and  Commerce,  1890 ;  after- 
wards Chief  Official  of  the  Tokyo 
Mines  Inspection  Office,  and  similar 
office  at  Osaka ;  left  Government 
service  in  1893,  and  has  since  been 
practising  law.  Address:  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

HARBORD,  Commander  Richard  M. 
(HONGKONG),  R.X. ;  in  command  of 
Jl.  M.  despatch  vessel,  "Alacrity." 
Promoted  to  present  rank,  June  30, 
1901  ;  appointed  to  command,  1906. 


Club:  Hongkong.    Address :  II. M.S. 
"  AUcrity,"  Hongkong. 

HARDING,  John  Reginald  (SHANGHAI) 
M.I.C.E.  ;  Engiueer-iu-Chief,  I.M. 
.  Customs ;  b.  May  2,  1853 ;  m. 
Elizabeth  Margaret,  d.  of  captain 
Sauuders,  of  Foochow.  Educ. : 
Marlborough  College,  1870-76.  Pupil 
to  Sir  W.  G.  Armstrong  and  Co., 
Elswick,  1876-79 ;  appointed 
assistant  Engineer  to  Chinese  Im- 
perial Customs  service,  1880 ;  acting 
Engineer-iii-Chief,  I.M.C.,  1895-96; 
Engineer-in-Chief,  1898;  appointed 
Consulting  Engineer,  Corean  Im- 
perial Customs  service  190" ;  Pres. 
Shanghai  Soe.  of  Engineers  and 
Architects,  1934-05.  Decorations: 
3rd  class  civil  rank,  China,  1904; 
3rd  order  Pal  Kwei,  Corea,  19J5. 
Publications:  Various  papers  on 
Engineering  subjects.  Clubs : 
Shanghai ;  Country,  Shanghai ; 
Monmouth  County.  A ddress : 
Customs  House,  Shanghai,  China. 

HARE,  Prof.    Alexander    Joseph 

(TOKYO),  Professor  of  Higher  Com- 
merical  School.  Ed'.ic. :  Schools 
and  college  in  England,  Germany 
and  France.  Secretary  of  Chamber 
of  Commerce  at  Kobe  at  its  in- 
ception;  translator  for  Priis.'i.iu 
legation  at  Kobe  and  Yokohama, 
1863 ;  twenty  five  years  in  Japanese 
Government  service  in  Higher 
( Commercial  School;  witness  of 
every  change  in  reconstitution  of 
Japinesa  Government  from  feudil 
times  to  the  present  Meiji  Dynasty; 
witnessed  the  attack  upon  for- 
eigners in  Kobe,  in  18.8;  was 
officially  present  at  the  "hara- 
hiri"  of  the  Bizen  Official  which 


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was  brought  about  in  circum- 
stances d  e  s  cri  be  tl  in  Mitftml's 
"Tales  of  old  Japan".  Decora- 
tion: 4th  class  order  of  Rising  Sun. 
Address:  Tokyo,  Japan. 

HARGREAVES,  William  (  KIALA 
KANGSAR  ),  M.A. ;  Educationalist, 
Federated  Malay  States  Education 
Department.  Educ. :  Trinity  Col- 
lege, Dublin,  M.A.  Assistant 
Master,  Mannamead  School,  Ply- 
mouth, 1878  ;  assistant  Master,  St. 
John's  School,  Letherhead,  1879- 
1891 ;  Head  Master,  Penang  Freo 
-School,  1891-1904;  Head  Master, 
Mal-iy  Residential  School  for  sons 
of  Rvjahs,  since  Jan.  1,  1305. 
Clubs  :  Penaug ;  Town,  Penaug  ; 
New,  Taiping.  Address  :  Malay 
Residential  School,  Kuala  Kangsar, 
Perak,  Federated  Malay  States. 

HARKER,  Bernard  Brotherton 
(  HONGKONG  ),  A.M. I.C. E.  ;  Civil 
Engineer;  b.  1862.  Educ.:  Wim- 
borne  Grammar  School.  Engaged 
on  engineering  works  (railway  and 
water)  in  Brazil  and  Argentine 
Republics,  1881  to  1893.  From  1894 
to  date  in  practise  in  Hongkong. 
Club  :  Hongkong.  Address  :  Hong- 
kong. 

HARMAND,  Jules  Francois  (TOKYO), 
Envoy  Extraordinary  and  Minister 
Plenipotentiary  for  France  ;  b.  Oct. 
23,  1845 ;  m.  Dec.  19, 1878,  to  There'se 
Grabiielle  Farjas.  Educ.:  Lycee, 
Versailles.  Was  a  member  of  the 
scientific  and  archaeological  expedi- 
tion to  Cambodia,  1873  ;  the  expedi- 
tion in  Tonkin  with  Francis 
Gamier,  1873-4;  the  scientific 
expedition  in  Indo-Chiua,  1875-G-7  ; 


Consul  and  Commissaire  for  France 
in  Siam,  1831-2-3 ;  Comraissaire-Ge'n- 
eral  in  Tonkin  and  Auuim,  1833-4, 
(in  this  capacity  signed  the  Treaty 
of  Hu6  in  Aug.,  1833);  Cousul- 
General  for  France  at  Calcutta, 
1885-90;  Minister  for  France  in 
Chili,  189  J-l ;  Minister  for  France 
in  Japan,  1891-1903 ;  was  in  charge 
of  interests  of  Rassia  in  Japxu 
during  tha  RU.SSO- Jap  ineso  war. 
Publications:  "  Lxos  et  Popula- 
tions Sauvages  de  1'Imlo-Chine," 
1830-1 ;  "  Ethnographic  de  1'Indo- 
Chine,"  1881;  "Trale  Introduction 
de  India  de  Sir  John  Strachay," 
1891 ;  "  Question  clu  Tjakin," 
1835,  and  numerous  contributions 
to  publications  of  Geographical, 
Anthropological  and  Commercial 
Societies  of  Paris.  Decorations: 
Comm.  Le'gion  d'ilouueur;  Grant! 
Cross  of  St.  Anne  (Russia) ;  G.  C.  of 
Isabella  Catholica  (Spain);  G.  C. 
of  Double  Dragon  (China) ;  G.  C.  of 
Cambodia;  G.  C.  of  Dragon 
(Anuam) ;  G.  C.  of  Couroune  (Siam) ; 
G.  C.  of  Rising  Sun  (Japan),  etc. 
Address  :  French  Legation,  To'cyo, 
and  225,  Faubourg  St.  Uoaore", 
Paris. 

HARPER,  Adolphus  Alexander 
Francis  (SELAMA),  Surveyor;  ft. 
Nov.  25,  1855.  Surveyor  of  irriga- 
tion works,  Ceylon,  1830 ;  Field 
Assistant  Surveyor,  Straits  Settle- 
ments, 1881 ;  Surveyor,  Biitish 
North  Borneo,  1883 ,  Surveyor, 
Straits  Settlements,  1834;  District 
Surveyor,  Kinta,  1887-1889;  assis- 
tant Surveyor,  Ku-ila  Kangsar, 
1894;  Distiict  Surveyor,  L.mit, 
Matang,  Krian  and  Selama,  1903- 


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1904.    Address  :  Selama,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

HARPER,  Joseph  Peasccd  ILAKI.-T), 
F.R.G.S.,  Superintendent,  Kevenue 
Surveys  ;  b.  Dec.  26, 1869.  Surveyor 
Land  Department,  Larut,  1KS.» ;  act- 
ing Inspector  Mines,  Larut,  1898; 
Superintendent  of  Revenue  Surveys, 
Larut,  1898.  Address  :  Larut,  Perak, 
Federated  Malay  States 

HARRINGTON,  Thomas  Joseph 
(YOKOHAMA),  1st  class  Assistant, 
H.B.M.  Consular  Service.  Appoint- 
ed Student  Interpreter  in  Japan, 
June  3,  1895;  acting  Consul  at 
Tamsui,  1899;  at  Tainan,  1900;  at 
Yokohama,  1903 ;  promoted  1st 
Assistant,  May  21,  1903.  Address  : 
H.B.M.  Consulate,  Yokohama, 
Japan. 

HARRIS,  Charles  Butler  (NAGASAKI), 
American  Consul ;  b.  Dec.  9,  1848,  at 
Goshen,  Indiana ;  m.  Oct.  19,  1869, 
Julia  E.  Latta.  Kduc. :  Common 
Schools,  Indiana,  U.S.A.  Enlisted 
a*  private  in  American  Civil  War, ' 
April  19,  1861,  at  first  call  of 
President  Lincoln  for  volunteers; 
remained  in  service  until  Dec.  1861, 
when  obtained  discharge  on  ac- 
count of  permanent  disability ; 
1862-1897  was  actively  and  success- 
fully engaged  as  business  man  in 
mercantile  pursuits  and  banking ; 
was  elected  for  2  years'  term  to 
represent  13th  Agricultural  District 
<>f  Indiana  on  Indiana  State  Board 
of  Agiiculture;  re-elected,  1894 
and  1896 ;  appointed  President  of 
Board,  Jan.,  1897;  was  appointed 
Consul  at  Nagasaki,  Oct.,  1897 


Decorations :  Member  Grand  Army 
of  the  Republic  ;  member  Sons  of 
the  American  Revolution.  Mason  ic . 
Scottish  Rite,  C2nd  Degree  Frema- 
sou  and  Knight's  Templar.  Clubs  : 
International,  Nagasaki ;  Nagasaki.. 
Address:  Nagasaki,  Japan. 

HARRIS,  Right  Rev.  Dr.  Merrimaa 
Cutobart  (TOKYO),  D.D.  LL.D. ; 
Bishop  of  Methodist  Episcopal 
Church  for  Japan  and  Corea ;  b. 
July  9,  1816.  Educ. :  Allegheny 
College,  Pa.  Was  a  soldier  in 
American  Civil  War,  1863-65 ;  after- 
wards held  commission  ;  ordained, 
1873;  arrived  in  Japan  as  Mission- 
ary, 1873;  founded  missions  to 
Japan  in  Hawaii  and  Pacific  Coast 
districts  ;  elected  Bishop  for  Japan 
and  Corea,  1904.  Decoration:  3rd 
class  order  of  Sacred  Treasure. 
Address:  No.  1,  Aoyama  Gakuin, 
Tokyo. 

HARRIS,  Jun..  Rev.  William 
(CHIENGMAI),  American  Presbyte- 
rian Missionary  ;  b.  June  21,  1870,  at 
Princeton,  New  Jersey  ;  rn.  Nov.  3, 
1897,  Cornelia  Harrictte,  d.  of  Rev. 
D.  AIjGilvary.  F.dnc. :  Princeton 
University  ;  Princeton  Theological 
Seminary.  Joined  the  North  Laos 
Mission  ( American  Presbyterian  ) 
in  Chiengnrai,  1895  ;  is  Treasurer  of 
the  Mission  ;  Principal  of  Prince 
Royal's  College,  Chieugmai 
Honorary  Secretary,  Chiengm  i 
Library.  Club:  Chiengmai  Gymk- 
hana. Addrcfa :  Chiengmai,  Shm. 

HARRISON,  C.  W.  (T.UPl>u),  Secretary 
to  Resident;  b.  Jan.  28,  1874. 
Educ. :  Sherborne  School,  Clifton 
College;  Balliol  College,  Oxford, 


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and  with  Walter  Wren,  Esq.  ;  grd 
class  classical  mods.,  1894.  Ap- 
pointed Cadet,  Selangor,  Federated 
Malay  States,  Nov.,  1897 ;  Magis- 
trate, 2nd  Class,  Kuala  Langat, 
Feb.,  1899  ;  acting  assistant  District 
Officer,  Klang,  May,  1899.  Address : 
Taiping,  Perak,  Federated  Malay 
States. 

HARRISON,  Dr.  H.  Meredith 
(PAHAXG),  B.A.,  L.R.C.P.,  M.R.C.S., 

Physician  and  Surgeon ;  b.  May  5, 
1867,  s.  of  late  Charles  Harrison, 
Barmouth,  North  Wales;  m.  1895, 
Sidney,  w.  of  Rev.  Samuel  Peel. 
Educ. :  Wells  House,  Malvern, 
Wells  ;  Harrow  ;  Cambridge,  B.A. 
1889;  St.  Thomas  Hospital,  L.R.  C.P. 
(Lond.),  M.R.C.S.  (Kng.),  1895; 
Principal  Medical  Officer  to 
Government  of  British  North 
Borneo,  1899;  Principal  Medical 
Officer  to  H.H.  the  Sultan  of 
Johore,  190D ;  joined  Federated 
Malay  States  Government  Service, 
Nov.,  1904.  Address:  Pekan,  Paliang 
Federated  Malay  States. 

HARSTON,  Dr.  George  Montagu 
(HONGKONG),  L.H.C.P.,  M.R.O.S.  ; 
fc.  1872.  Scholarship,  Charing  Cross 
Hospital ;  Electrico-Therapeutic  as- 
sistant, Charing  Cross  Hospital; 
clinical  assistant,  Royal  London 
(Moorfields),  Ophthalmic  Hospital ; 
clinical  assistant,  Samaritan  Free 
Hospital  for  Women  (Lond.) ; 
Bachelor  of  Medicine,  London 
University  ;  licentiate  of  the  Royal 
College  of  Physicians  of  London  ; 
member  of  Royal  College  of  Sur- 
geons ;  Honorary  Ophthalmic  Sur- 
geon, Tung  Wah  Hospital  (Hong- 


kong) ;  examiner  in  materia  medica 
and  therapeutics,  late  lecturer  on 
pathology,  and  late  lecturer  on 
materia  medica,  School  of  Medicine 
for  Chinese,  Hongkong.  Club : 
Hongkong.  Address:  Alexandra 
Buildings,  Hongkong. 

HARSTON,  John  Scott  (HONGKONG), 
Solicitor  and  Notary  Public  ;  b.  187i>. 
Educ.:  Thorparch  Grange,  York- 
shire. Articled,  Jan.,  1890;  served 
articles  in  Leeds  a*nd  London ; 
passed  solicitor's  final  examination, 
Feb.,  1895;  was  for  five  years 
managing  clerk  with  Messrs.  Ford 
and  Warren,  Solicitors,  Leeds ; 
arrived  in  Hongkong  in  Nov.,  1900  ; 
admitted  into  partnership  with 
Mr.  Creasy  Ewens  in  Jan.,  1902, 
now  member  firm  Ewers,  Harston, 
and  Harding.  Clubs:  Junior 
Athenreum  Lond.  ;  Hongkong. 
Address:  4,  Clifton  Gardens,  Con- 
duit Road,  Hongkong. 

HART,  Dr.  Edgerton  H.  (Wmi), 
Physician  and  Surgeon  ;  b.  May  IS, 
1SC8;  HI.  July  20,  189S,  Rose  Munn, 
d.  of  James  J.  Munn.  Educ.  : 
Toronto  Public  School ;  Collegiate 
Institute ;  Toronto  University 
Medical  College  ;  Medical  Depart- 
ment, New  York  University. 
Graduated  in  Medicine,  1S9J ; 
was  a  member  of  Commission  ap- 
pointed by  British  and  United 
States  Governments  to  investigate 
Kucheng  Massacre,  1895;  member 
of  American  Medical  Association. 
Club  :  Wuhu.  Address  :  Wuhu, 
China. 

HART,  Sir  Robert  (PEKING),  1st  Bt., 
K.C.M.G.,M.A.,  LL.D. ;  Inspector- 


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General  of  Imperial  Customs  ami 
Posts  in  China ;  b.  Feb.  20,  1835,  at 
Milltown,  Co.  Armagh,  c.  s.  of 
Henry  Hart,  Rivarnette  House, 
Lisburn,  Co.  Antrim,  and  Ann,  2nd 
d.  of  John  Edgar,  Ballybray ;  m. 
1866,  Hester  Jane,  c.  d.  of  Alexander 
Bredon,  M.D.,  Portadown,  1866. 
Kduc. :  Queen's  College,  Taunton  ; 
Wesley  College,  Dublin ;  Queen's 
College,  Belfast;  B.A.,  1853 ;  M.  A. 
1871;  Hon.  LL.D.,  1882.  Entered 
Consular  Service  in  China,  1854  ; 
Supernumerary  Interpreter,  Su- 
perintendency  of  Trade,  Hongkong, 
1851 ;  Supernumerary,  British  Con- 
sulate, Ningpo,  1851 ;  Assistant, 
British  Consulate,  Ningpo,  1855 ; 
iind  Assistant,  British  Consulate, 
Canton,  1858;  Secretary  to  the 
Allied  Commissioners  for  the  Go- 
vernment of  the  City  of  Canton, 
185S;  Interpreter,  British  Consulate, 
4  'auton,  1858  ;  granted  special  per- 
mission to  resign  and  accept  an 
.appointment  in  the  Chinese  Im- 
perial Maritime  Customs,  1859 ; 
( 'hinese  Maritime  Customs  :  Deputy 
Commissioner,  Canton,  1859 ;  Of- 
ficiating Inspector-General,  1861- 
1863 ;  Commissioner  at  Shanghai, 
with  charge  of  Yangtze  Ports  and 
Ningpo,  1863;  Inspector-General, 
1863 ;  gazetted  Minister  Plenipo- 
tentiary, 1835,  but  declined ; 
Forderer  of  Museum  fiir  Volker- 
kunde,  Zeipzig,  1878;  Hon.  Mem- 
ber, China  Branch,  Royal  Asiatic 
.Society,  Shanghai,  1879 ;  Hon.  Mem- 
ber of  Oriental  Museum,  Vienna, 
1880 ;  Hon.  Fellow,  Royal  Statistical 
Society,  London,  1S90 ;  Hon.  Mem- 
ber of  Institute  de  Droit  In- 


ternational, 1892 ;  appointment  of 
Chinese  officials  as  Administrator- 
in-Chief  and  Vice-Administrator 
of  Customs,  May,  1906,  involving 
his  practical  supersession  led  to 
protests  by  British  and  American 
Ministers.  Decorations  :  Brevet 
title  of  An  Ch'a  Ssu  (Civil  rank  of 
the  3rd  class),  China,  1864  ;  Brevet 
title  of  P«  Cheng  Ssu  (Civil  rank  of 
the  2nd  class),  China,  1869;  Chevalier 
of  the  order  of  Wasa,  S  \vede  n- 
Norvvay,  1870;  Red  Button  of  the 
1st  class.  China,  1881 ;  created 
K.C.M.G.,  1882;  Grand  Officer, 
order  of  the  Crown  of  Italy,  1884  ; 
Knight  Grand  Cross,  order  of 
Francis  Joseph,  Austria;  Grand 
Officer,  Legion  of  Honour,  France, 
1885;  Commander,  order  of  Pius 
IX,  Rome,  1885;  Double  Dragon, 
2nd  division,  1st  class,  China,  1885  ; 
the  Peacock's  Feather,  China,  1885  ; 
Knight  Grand  Cross,  order  of 
Christ,  Portugal,  1888;  created 
G.C.M.G.,  1889;  Ancestral  rank  of 
the  1st  class  of  1st  order  for  three 
generations,  with  letters  patent, 
China,  1889  ;  created  1st  Baronet, 
1893 ;  Knight  Grand  Cross,  order  of 
the  Polar  Star,  Norway,  1594 ; 
Knight  Grand  Cross,  order  of 
Orange  Nassau,  Holland,  1897  ; 
order  of  the  Crown,  1st  class. 
Prussia,  1900  ;  Brevet  title  of  Junior 
Guardian  of  the  Heir  Apparent, 
China,  1901.  Publication:  "These 
from  the  Land  of  Sinim,"  1901. 
Heir:  s.,  Edgar  Bruce,  b.  1893. 
Club :  Athenreum,  London.  Address: 
Inspectorate  General  of  Customs, 
Peking,  China  ;  38,  Cadogan  Place, 
London.  S.W. 


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HARTIGAN,  Thomas  Leonard 
(MANILA),  Lawyer ;  b.  May  31,  1861, 
at  Dedham,  Massachusetts,  Ameri- 
ca ;  in.  1885,  Marie  Isabel 
Mackinnis.  Educ. :  Public  Schools, 
Massachusetts  ;  Central  High 
School,  Chicago  ;  Military  Academy, 
West  Point ;  Union  College  of 
Law,  Chicago.  Captain  and  Ad- 
jutant, and  Major,  2nd  Begt. 
Illinois  National  Guard;  Captain 
and  Adjutant,  Major  and  Colonel, 
7th  Illinois  Infantry ;  Major,  30th 
Infantry,  United  States  Volunteers; 
served  in  Philippines  during 
insurrection  ;  resigned  from  Army, 
Dec.  31,  1900,  to  act  as  General 
Counsel  and  attorney  for  Roman 
Catholic  Church  in  Philippines ; 
Member  of  law  firm  Hartigan, 
Rohde,  and  Gutierrez  ;  elected 
President  American  Bar  Associa- 
tion on  its  organisation  in  1901,  and 
President,  Philippine  Bar  Associa- 
tion on  consolidation  with  Bar 
Association  ;  President,  Catholic 
Society  of  the  Philippines.  Clubs  : 
Army  and  Navy ;  University  ; 
United  States;  Klks ;  Krmita  ;  Cercle 
Francais  ;  Caledonian  ;  Japanese  ; 
Gun;  Golf,  Manila.  Address:  Bay 
View  Hotel,  Manila,  Philippine 
Islands. 

HARTWELL,  Rev.  George  E. 
(C'HEXTU),  B.A.,  B.D.  ;  Minister; 
b.  Feb.  10,  1862.  Educ. :  Queen's 
University,  Kingston,  Ontario, 
€anada;  Drew  Theological  Semin- 
ary, Madison,  N.J.,  U.S.A.  Helped 
to  found  1st  Canadian  Methodist 
Mission  in  China,  1891 ;  home  at 
Chentu  destroyed  by  riot  ers,  1895  ; 
present  during  U  Mantsz  Rebellion, 


1898;  ordered  to  leave  Szechwan 
on  account  of  Boxer  Rising,  1900  ; 
Secretary,  West  China  Advisory 
Board,  1905-06.  Address:  Chentu, 
Szeehwan,  China. 

HAKTWELL,  Rev.  J.  Board  man 
(TEXG  CHOW  Fu),  A.B.,  D.D. ; 
Pastor  and  Instructor  in  Theology ; 
b.  Oct.,  17, 1835  at  Darlington,  S.C., 
U.S.A.,  s.  of  Rev.  Jesse  Hartwell, 
D.D.  Educ. :  Furman  University, 
S.C.,  U.S.A.  Professor  of  Mathe- 
matics, Mount  Lebanon  University, 
La,  U.S.A.,  1856 ;  became  a  mission- 
ary in  China,  1858  ;  was,  with  Revs. 
T.  P.  Crawford  and  J.  L.  Holmes, 
the  first  of  Europeans  to  visit  the 
T  a  i  p  i  n  g  Rebels  ;  organised,  in 
Teng  Chow  Fu,  the  first  Christian 
Church  north  of  Shanghai,  1862 ; 
Missionary  to  Chinese  in  California 
and  Superintendent,  Baptist  Mis- 
sions to  Chinese  on  Pacific  Coast, 
U.S.A.,  1879-1893;  organised  first 
Chinese  Baptist  Church  in  U.S.A., 
1880;  returned  to  China,  1893;  at 
present  Instructor  in  Theology, 
Bush  Theological  Seminary.  Ad- 
dress :  Teng  Chow  Fu,  via  Chefoo, 
China. 

HASEBA,  Sumitaka  (TOKYO),  M.P., 
Leader  of  the  Constitutional  Party ; 
b.  Satsuma,  April,  1854.  Joined 
Saigo's  Army  in  Civil  War  of  1877 
and  was  imprisoned  after  its  settle- 
ment; was  for  a  long  while  an 
administrative  official  in  Kagos- 
hima  District  and  is  one  of  veiy 
few  M.'s  P.  who  sat  in  House  from 
it  inauguration  in  1900;  appointed 
Chief  Councillor  of  Home  Office 
in  4th  Ito's  Cabinet.  Address: 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

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HASEGAWA,  General,  Baron  (SEOUL), 
Commander-in  Chief  of  C  o  r  e  a  n 
Garrison  ;  b.  Smvo,  Aug.  1850.  Ap- 
pointed Major,  1872 ;  Colonel,  1878  ; 
Major-General,  1880 ;  Cr.  Baron 
1895;  Lieut.General,  1896;  Full 
General,  July  1904 ;  Commanded 
a  Brigade  in  Chino-Japanese  War 
and  took  a  distingiiished  part 
in  the  battles  of  Port  Arthur  and 
Wei-hai-wei ;  in  the  Russo-Japanese 
War,  commanded  the  Imp.  Guards 
Division  under  General  Kuroki 
and  led  it  to  victory  at  the  Yalu 
and  Liaoyang;  afterwards  trans- 
ferred to  important  post  of  Com- 
mander-in Chief  of  Corean  Garrison. 
Address:  Seoul,  Corea. 

HASEGAWA,  Yoshinosuke  (TOKYO), 
Doctor  of  Engineering ;  b.  Hizen, 
Dec.  1855.  Educ. :  U.S.A.,  and, 
from  1875  to  1880,  in  Germany. 
Engaged  by  Mitsubishi  Firm  to 
take  charge  of  its  mining  depart- 
ment; made  success  of  Yoshioka 
Copper  Mine  ;  subsequently  left 
the  firm  to  start  business  011  his 
own  account,  owns  two  or  three 
coal-mines  in  Kyushu  ;  in  1902,  sat 
for  a  short  while  in  the  House  of 
Repi'esentatives.  Address:  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

HASHIMOTO,  GahO  (TOKYO),  Artist; 
6.  Tokyo,  1835.  Was  Professor  of 
Government  Fine  Art  Institute, 
at  Ueno  from  which,  with  president, 
Okakura  and  several  other  mem- 
bers of  faculty,  seceded  in  1899  and 
set  up  Nippon  Fine  Art  Institute  at 
Yanaka ;  chiefly  famous  for  lands- 
capes, and  one  of  most  celebrated 
contemporary  painters  of  Japanese 
style.  Address:  Tokyo,  Japan. 


HASHIMOTO,  Barcn  Tsunatsune 
(TOKYO),  Doctor  of  Medicine ;  '/. 
June,  1845.  Educ. :  Germany,  1872- 
1877.  Appointed  Army  Surgeon 
soon  after  return  from  Germany  ; 
promoted  to  Surgeon-General  of 
Medical  Department  about  1885 ; 
resigned  two  years  later  to  devote 
himself  to  Red  Cross  work  ;  Chief 
Medical  Officer  of  the  Red  Cross 
Hospital;  nominated  member  of 
House  of  Peers  in  1890,  but  resigned 
next  year  :  now  Physician  in  Wait- 
ing to  Court.  Address:  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

HASSAN,  Alexander  Richard  Roby 

(SHANGHAI),  Agency  Director,  New 
York  Life  Insurance  Co. ;  b.  1873  ; 
m.  Nellie  Blanche  Griffin,  of  Forest 
Gate,  Essex,  England.  Educ.  : 
Privately  and  Gibraltar  College. 
Studied  medicine  for  two  years  and 
then  adopted  sea-faring  career  ;  in 
due  course  passed  as  master ; 
joined  several  expeditions  of  more 
or  less  scientific  nature  and  visited 
less  explored  portions  of  world 
in  search  of  data,  geological  , 
astronomical  etc ;  was  with  ex- 
peditions to  Central  Africa  and 
Antarctic ;  3  years  surveying  in 
Gilbert  and  Caroline  Islands  and 
verifying  soundings  in  South  Sea 
Islands;  through  South  African 
campaign  and  took  an  active  part 
in  transportation  of  troops  ;  wa.s 
engaged  in  transportation  of  Boer 
prisoners  to  St.  Helena ;  on  board 
"  Utopia  "  when  wrecked  off  Europa 
Pt,  Gibraltar ;  held  for  ransom  In 
brigands  in  Morocco,  1899,  but 
escaped;  authority  on  theory  »i 
Gulf  stream  and  in  possession  ,,f 


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most  complete  data  (personally 
acquired)  thereaner>t ;  inventor  of 
automatic  recorder  of  deep  sea 
soundings;  joined  New  York  Life 
Insurance  Co.,  1904,  as  Agency 
Director  at  Hongkong.  Publica- 
tions: "From  East  to  West"; 
"Life  on  a  Transport";  "Im- 
pressions from  the  Four  Quarters 
of  the  Globe  "  (in  press) ;  "  Seismic 
Disturbances  and  Their  Causes " 
(in  preparation) ;  has  contributed 
largely  to  American  and  English 
Magazines  and  Newspapers  under 
pen-name,  "  A.  Roby."  Address : 
New  York  Life  Insurance  Co., 
Shanghai,  China ;  Mander  House, 
Rarauz  Drive,  Westcliff  on  Sea, 
Essex,  England. 

HASTINGS,  George  Andrew  (HONG- 
KONG), Solicitor,  Notary  Public  ; 
b.  1865.  Educ. :  Uppingham  School. 
Club:  Hongkong.  Address:  The 
Peak,  Hongkong. 

HASTINGS,  John  (HONGKONG),  Solici- 
tor; b.  Jan.  13,  1862.  Educ.:  Up- 
pingham School.  Clubs :  Thatched 
House,  Loud. ;  Hongkong  ;  Royal 
Hongkong  Yacht.  Address:  "  Sle- 
mish,"  The  Peak,  Hongkong. 

HATANO,  Yoshinao  (TOKYO),  ex- 
Minister  of  Justice  ;  b.  Hizen,  Oct., 
1850.  Entered  Department  of 
.Justice,  1871;  Councillor,  1887; 
Secretary,  1888;  afterwards  Presi- 
dent of  Kyoto  Local  Court  and 
Judge  of  Supreme  Court,  etc.  ; 
Vice-Minister  of  Justice  in  1899; 
appointed  Minister  of  Justice  in 
Sept.,  1903.  Address:  Tokyo, 
Japan. 


HATCHELL,  Howard  Montagu 
(SELANGOR),  Deputy  Commissioner 
of  Police;  b.  May  6,  1870.  Chief 
Clerk,  District  Office,  Kuala  Kubu, 
1890 ;  assistant  District  Officer,  and 
Land  Officer,  Klang,  Kuala  Lum- 
pur, Kuala  Kubu,  Rawang,  1891- 
1894 ;  acting  Superintendent  of 
Police,  Kuala  Lumpur,  1895 ; 
Deputy  Commissioner  of  Police 
and  Superintendent  of  Prisons, 
Negri  Sembilan,  acting  Collector 
and  Magistrate,  Jelebu,  1897; 
acting  Deputy  Commissioner  of 
Police,  Selangor,  1901-1903  ;  Deputy 
Commissioner  of  Police,  Selangor, 
1904.  Address:  Kuala  Lumpur, 
Selangor,  Federated  Malay  States. 

HATOYAMA,  Dr.  Kazuo  (TOKYO), 
LL.D.,  M.P.,  Lawyer,  President 
of  Waseda  University;  b.  Tokyo, 
April,  1856.  Educ. :  Yale  Univer- 
sity. Appointed  Professor  of 
Tokyo  University,  1879-1888  ;  Direc- 
tor of  Investigation  Bui'eau,  sub- 
sequently abolished,  of  Foreign 
Affairs  Department  from  1885  to 
to  1888;  Leader  of  Progressive 
Party,  since  1892  and  has  been 
sitting  in  the  House  of  Representa- 
tives for  Tokyo  since  that  date ; 
was  appointed  its  President  twice  ; 
Vice-Minister  for  Foreign  Affairs 
in  Okuma-Itagaki  Ministry,  1898 ; 
granted  LL.D.  from  Yale  Univer- 
sity, 1902 ;  since  1890,  has  been 
President  of  Waseda  University. 
Address :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

HATTON,  Major  General  Villiers 
(HONGKONG),  C.B. ;  Officer  Com- 
manding H.  M.  Forces  in  South 
China  and  Hongkong  ;  b.  1852,  e.  s. 
of  late  Lieut.-Colonel  V.  de  T. 


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Hatton,  formerly  Grenadier 
Guards  ;  m.  1897,  Emily,  only  child 
of  Charles  Burrall  Hoffman,  of  New 
York.  Educ. :  Eton.  Commandant, 
School  of  Instruction,  London 
1889-90 ;  employed  as  Brigadier- 
General,  1896  ;  Aldershot,  1897  ; 
Gibraltar,  1900;  Salisbury,  1902; 
Aldershot ;  commanded  1st  Batta- 
lion Grenadier  Guards,  Omdurman, 
1898,  mentioned  in  Despatches, 
C.B. ;  promoted  Major-General, 
Nov.  5,  1903.  Decorations :  C.B.  and 
Nile  War  Medals.  Clubs:  Guards, 
United  Service ;  St.  James  ;  Wind- 
ham  ;  Hongkong.  Address:  Head- 
quarter House,  and  34  Charles 
Street,  Berkeley  Square,  London. 

HAUPT,  A.  (HONGKONG),  Merchant. 
Head  of  Melchers  and  Co.  ;  Consul 
for  Denmark;  Director  of  several 
companies.  Clubs  :  Hongkong  ; 
Germauia.  Address  :  Queen's  Build- 
ings, Hongkong. 

HAUSER  Felix  Paul  (  BAC-MNH  ), 
Resident;  Administrator,  1st 
class;  b.  Sept.  25,  1861.  Joined 
Indo-China  Civil  Service,  Mar.  14, 
1886 ;  Administrator,  4th  class,  Jan. 
1,  1891;  Administrator,  3rd  class, 
July  14,  1893;  Administrator,  2nd 
class,  May  31,  1899;  Administrator, 
1st  class,  Jan.  1,  1902.  Address: 
Bac-ninh,  Province  of  Bac-ninh  ; 
Tonkin,  Indo-China. 

HAUSSER,  Pierre  Frederick 
(SWATOW),  H.B.M.  Consul.  Ap- 
pointed Student  Interpreter  in 
China,  April  15,  1878;  acting  Consul 
at  Amoy,  1886;  at  Kiukang,  1890 
to  1891;  acting  Vice-Consul  at 
Pagoda  Island,  1891 ;  promoted  1st 


Class  Assistant,  Aug.  -20,  1892; 
acting  Consul  at  Ningpo,  1892  to 
1894  ;  at  Swatow,  1895  to  1896  ;  at 
Soochow,  1898  ;  promoted  Consul  at 
Monein  (  Teng-Yueh ),  1897 ;  em- 
ployed on  Special  Service  with 
Burma-China  Frontier  Commission, 
1897  to  1899;  Consul  at  Wuchow, 
1899  to  1902  ;  transferred  to  Swatow, 
Nov.  4,  1902;  acting  Consul  at 
Amoy,  1902.  Address:  H.B.M. 
Consulate,  Swatow,  China. 

HAVILLAND,  Walter  Agustus  de 
(TOKYO),  B.A.,  1893,  M.A.,  1901  ; 
Professor;  b.  Aug.  31,  1872;  .»/.  s.  of 
late  Rev.  C.  R.  de  Havillaud  and 
Hon.  Mrs.  de  Havilland,  sister  of 
present  Viscount  Molesworth. 
Educ.:  Elizabeth  College,  Guern- 
sey, 1881-90,  and  Cambridge  Univer- 
sity, 1890-3  ;  Professor,  Kobe  Mis- 
sion School  (  S.P.G. ),  1896-98  ; 
Fourth  High  School,  Kanazawa, 
1898-1904;  Higher  Normal  School, 
Tokyo,  1904-6.  Publications  :  Short 
Stories  for  Composition  and  con- 
versation. Address:  Hotel  Metro- 
pole,  Tsukiji,  Tokyo,  Japan. 

HAWKINS,  Villiers  Alweyn  Caesar 
(YOKOHAMA),  Banker;  b.  Jan.  1, 1860; 
in.  Florence  Celia,  d.  of  late  Major 
Cowper,  15th  Regt.  Ed-it e. :  Victoria 
College,  Jersey  ;  Dulwich  College, 
England.  Joined  Hongkong  and 
Shanghai  Bank,  1879  ;  Sub-Manager 
Hongkong,  1892  ;  Inspector  of 
Branches,  1902 ;  Manager  at  Yoko- 
hama, since  1904.  Recreations  : 
Shooting;  Golf.  Club*:  Thatched 
House,  London.  Address:  Hong- 
kong and  Shanghai  Banking 
Corporation,  Yokohama,  Japaji. 


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HAWLEY,  Rev.  Edwin  C.  (SHUNTEFU), 
Clergyman  ;  b.  Dec.  18,  1881.  Educ.  : 
Amherst  College,  Auburn  Theolo- 
gical Seminary.  Address:  Shuntefu, 
Chihli,  China. 

HA  WORTH,  Rev.  B.  C.  (TOKYO),  A.M., 
D.D.;  Missionary  American  Presby- 
terian Church  ;  b.  Sept.  19, 
1855;  m.  Sept.  27,  1887.  Educ.: 
Westfield  College  ;  Oberlin  College; 
McCormick  Theological  Seminary. 
Address  :  6B,  T  s  u  ki  j  i,  T  o  k  y  o, 
Japan. 

HAWTREY,  William  Robert  John 
(PEXANG),  Assistant  Superinten- 
dent of  Police.  Provincial  Police, 
British  Columbia,  1896-97;  South 
Africa,  Thorneycroffs  Horse,  1899- 
1901 ;  Assistant  Superintendent  of 
Police,  Singapore,  1901 ;  transferred 
to  Penang,  1901.  Address  :  Penang, 
Straits  Settlements. 

HAYAKAWA,  Senkichiro  (TOKYO), 
General  Manager  of  Mitsui  Bank  ; 
b.  Kanagawa,  June,  1863.  Educ.  : 
Tokyo  Imperial  University.  Ap- 
pointed Councillor  of  Finance  De- 
partment, 1891-1900 ;  resigned  to 
enter  Mitsui  Bank.  Address  :  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

HAYAKAWA,  Tetsuya  (TOKYO);  b. 
May,  1865.  Entered  Diplomatic 
Service  and  attached  to  Imperial 
Legation  at  Seoul  until  1888; 
appointed  to  Consulate  at  San  Fran- 
cisco, then  attached  to  Imperial 
Legation  at  Berlin,  1889-9ti ;  Private 
Secretary  to  Minister  of  Agriculture 
and  Commerce,  1892-97 ;  Minister 
Resident,  1897-98 ;  Secretary  of 
Cabinet,  1898  ;  then  Director  of 


Political  Bureau  of  Foreign  Office 
of  Okuma  Cabinet.  Address  :  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

HAYASHI,  Gonsuke  (TOKYO),  late 
Minister  at  Seoul ;  b.  Aizu,  1860. 
Educ. :  Imperial  University,  Tokyo. 
Appointed  attache  to  Foreign 
Office,  1887  ;  Vice-Consul  at  Cliefoo, 
1887,  at  Ninsen,  1888 ;  promoted 
full  Consul,  1890,  Consul  at  Shang- 
hai, 1892 ;  removed  to  similar  post 
at  London,  1893,  where  wa.s 
appointed  six  years  later  Seci'etary 
of  the  Legation ;  recalled  home, 
was  appointed  Director  of  Com- 
mercial Bureau,  1898;  Minister  at 
Seoul,  1898.  Address :  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

HAYASHI,  Visccunt  Tadasu  (TOKYO), 
G.C.V.Q.  ;  Hon.  LL.D.,  Cambridge, 
D.C.L.,  Oxford;  Minister  to  Court 
of  St.  James  ;  b.  Sakura,  Shimosa, 
Feb.,  1850.  w.  Misao,  (/.  of  Gamo, 
1875.  Educ.  :  England.  Was  a  Cap- 
tain under  Enomoto  (now  Vice- 
Admiral)  in  rebellion  at  Hakodate  ; 
entered  civil  service  in  1871,  in 
Foreign  Office  ;  Governor  of  Kobe, 
1889-90 ;  Vice-Minister,  June,  1891- 
May,  1896,  under  late  Count  Mutsu  ; 
appointed  Minister  Plenipotentiary 
and  Envoy  Extraordinary  at  Pek- 
ing, 1896  ;  at  St.  Petersburg,  1897- 
99 ;  appointed  to  the  Court  of 
St.  James,  1900;  promoted  Am- 
bassador, 1905;  created  Baron, 
1896;  promoted  Viscount  in  con- 
sideration of  service  in  connec- 
tion w  ith  Anglo-Japanese  Treaty  ; 
was  Japanese  Delegate  at  Peace 
Conference  held  at  the  Hague; 
past  Worshipful  Master  of  the 


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Empire  League  ;  prospective  Minis- 
ter for  Foreign  Affairs  in  Saionji 
Cabinet,  May,  1936.  Decorations: 
1st  class  Order  of  Rising  Sun;  1st 
class  Order  of  Sacred  Treasure ; 
many  foreign  Orders.  Publication; 
(Tn  English),  "For  His  People," 
1913;  several  translations  of  Eng- 
lish works  on  political  economy 
and  politics,  into  Japanese.  Clubs  : 
St.  James;  United  Service; 
Bachelor's  Marlborough  ;  Travel- 
lers;  Camera,  etc.  Address:  Tok- 
yo, Japan. 

HAYASHI,  Viscount  Tomoyuki 
(TOKYO) ;  Member  of  Privy  Council ; 
b.  Feb.,  1823,  at  Cho-jhu.  Appoint- 
ed Governor  of  Tokyo  early  in 
Mei.ji  era ;  brought  up  two  Im- 
perial Princesses,  Fumi  and  Yasn; 
created  Viscount,  18S7.  Address  : 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

HAYASHI,  Yuzo  (TOKYO),  M.P. ;  6. 
Tosa,  Aug.,  1842.  Appointed  Council- 
lor for  Kochi-Ken,  1869 ;  Secretary 
of  Foreign  Affairs  1873-74  ;  started 
political  career  as  a  lieutenant 
of  Count  Itagaki  ;  imprisoned  for 
10  years  on  charge  of  complicity 
in  Satsuma  rebellion  ;  has  sat  in 
the  House  of  Representatives  since 
its  inauguration  ;  Minister  of  Com- 
munications in  Okuma  -  Itagaki 
Cabinet,  1893;  Minister  of  Agricul- 
ture and  Commerce  in  Seiyukwai 
(the  4th  Ito)  Ministry,  1933  ;  seceded 
from  Seiyxikwai  and  organised 
"  Liberal  Party,"  which  dissolved  in 
Feb.,  19)5.  Address  :  Tokyo  Japan. 

HAYES,  Dr.  W.  M.  (CHINGCHOU-FU), 
D.D.  ;  Minister  ;  b.  Nov.  23,  1857  ; 
,n.  1833,  to  Maggie  E.  Young,  d.  of 


John  Young,  of  Mercer,  Pa.  Educ. : 
Westminster  College,  Pa. ;  Western 
Theological  Seminary,  Allegheny. 
Prof.,  Tengchou  College,  1884-95 ; 
President,  Tengchou  College,  1885- 
1901 ;  President  Shantung  Provincial 
College,  1931-03  (resigned  sooner 
than  countenance  compulsory  Con- 
fucian worship) ;  Theological  Prof., 
Shantung  Presbyterian  Mission, 
1903-04 ;  Prof.  Gotch-Robinson 
Theological  College,  since  190P. 
Publications :  High  School  As- 
tronomy ;  Elementary  Astronomy ; 
Moral  Science ;  Logarithmic  Tables ; 
Optics  ;  Heat ;  Acoustics.  Address : 
Chingchou-fu,  >iaKiachow,  China. 

HAYNES,  Alwyn  Sidney  (KINTA), 
F.M.S.  Civil  Service;  b.  Oct.  22, 
1878.  Passed  in  Law  and  Tamil; 
acting  Financial  Assistant,  Krian, 
1902 ;  acting  Financial  Assistant 
Krian,  Sept.,  1903;  Administrator 
of  Estate  of  Datoh  Panglima, 
Kinta,  1904;  Land  Officer,  Batu 
Gajah,  Kinta.  Address:  Kinta, 
Federated  Malay  States. 

HAYS,  John  (SHANGHAI),  Solicitor  and 
Notary  Public  ;  b.  Jan.  24,  1873. 
Educ.  .-Charterhouse  School,  Godal- 
ming,  Surrey,  and  Christ's  College 
Cambridge ;  Bachelor  of  Arts  (in 
Law)  1894.  Admitted  Solictor,  Su- 
preme Court  of  Judicature,  England, 
1899.  Clubs :  Hongkong ;  Shanghai. 
A  ddress  :  4,  Yuen  Ming  Yuen  Road, 
Shanghai,  China. 

HAYTER,  Henry  William  Goode- 
nougli  (SHANGHAI),  Assistant,  Reiss 
and  Co. ;  part-proprietor  of  "  Eas- 
tern Sketch;"  b.  Dec.  15,  18d2. 
Educ.  :  Charterhouse.  Publica. 


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t Ions  :  "The  Rattle,"  "Eastein 
Sketch,"  and  "  Shanghai  Carica- 
tures."  Clubs:  Country  and  Shang- 
hai ;  Grosvenor,  Loncl.  Address : 
128,  Bubbling  Well  Road,  Shanghai, 
China. 

HAZELAND,  Ernest  Manning  (HONG- 
KONG ),  Civil  Engineer  and 
Architect;  b.  1870.  Educ. :  Dioce- 
san School,  Hongkong.  Entered 
Public  Works  Department,  1888  ; 
commenced  business,  1900,  as  Civil 
Engineer  and  Architect.  Recrea- 
tion :  Yachting ;  Vice-Commodore 
Corinthian  Yacht  Club.  Club  .-Hong- 
kong. Address  :  31,  Queen's  Road, 
Hongkong. 

HAZELAND,  Francis  Arthur  (HONG- 
KONG), J.P.  ;  Police  Magistrate  ;  b. 
1862.  Appointed  Clerk  to  Puisne 
Judge,  Nov.,  1878;  subsequently  held 
positions  of  acting  Deputy  Regis- 
trar, Clerk  to  Chief  Justice,  acting 
Chief  Clerk  I  Colonial  Secretary's 
Office,  acting  Clerk  of  Councils ; 
has  passed  in  Chinese  ( higher 
standard ) ;  called  to  the  Bar, 
Lincoln's  Inn,  1899 ;  Acting  Police 
Magistrate,  1900  to  1901  ;  appointed 
2nd  Magistrate,  June  1901.  Club : 
Hongkong.  Address  :  Peak  Hotel, 
Hongkong. 

HEADLAND,  Prof.  Isaac  Taylor 
(PEKING),  A.M.,  S.T.B.,  Ph.  D; 
Professor  of  Peking  University  ;  b. 
Aug.  16,  1859,  in  Pennsylvania, 
U.S.A.  ;  in.  June  11,  1894,  Marian 
Sinclair,  M.D.  Educ:  Mt.  Union 
College ;  Boston  University,  U.S.A. 
After  graduating  from  Boston 
University  was  immediately  ap- 
pointed Professor  in  Peking 


University,  where  has  been  ever 
since  ;  has  made  a  large  collection 
of  Chinese  paintings  and  is  prepar- 
ing a  work  on  "  The  Pictorial  Art 
of  China."  Publications :  "  Chinese 
Mother  Goose  Rhymes,"  1900; 
"  Chinese  Boy  and  Girl,"  1901  ; 
"Chinese  Heroes,"  1902,  "Our 
Little  Chinese  Cousin,"  1903  ;  is 
constant  contributor  to  the  maga- 
zines. Address:  Peking  University, 
Peking,  China. 

HEDLEY,  Rev.  John  (YUXG  PING-FU), 
F.R.G.S. ;  Minister  of  Methodist 
New  Connection ;  b.  Jan.  7,  1869, 
at  Percy  Main,  near  Newcastle-on- 
Tyne;  m.  Oct.  27,  1898,  Annie  S., 
e.  d.  of  W.  Whitehead,  of  Blyth 
Northumberland.  Educ. :  Ran- 
moor  College,  Sheffield.  Entered 
service  of  Cramlington  Coal  Co., 
Ltd.,  1881 ;  arrived  in  China,  1897  ; 
passed  through  Boxer  Rising. 
Publications:  Articles  in  "  Geogra- 
phical Journal,"  etc.  Address : 
Yung  Ping-fu,  via  Tientsin,  N. 
China. 

HEFFER,  F.  C.  (SHANGHAI),  Public 
Silk  Inspector;  member  of  Muni- 
cipal Council.  Address :  2,  Kiukiang 
Road,  Shanghai,  China. 

HEMINGWAY,  Dr.  Willoughby  A. 
(T'Ai  Ku  HSIEN),  A.B.,  M.D.; 
Medical  Missionary ;  b.  April  1, 
1874,  Oak  Paik,  Chicago,  U.S.A. ; 
m.  Oct.  1,  1903,  Mary  Eliza  Wil- 
liams. Educ.:  Oberlin  College, 
A.B.,  1898;'Rush  Medical  College  ; 
M.D.;,  1901.  House  Physician  and 
Surgeon,  Chicago  Baptist  Hospital, 
1901-1903.  A  ddress  :  T'ai  Ku  Hsien, 
Shansi,  China. 


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HENHAM,  Rev.  Hubert  Coll  is  on 
(BUKIT  TEXGAH),  Clergyman  of 
Church  of  England ;  b.  1864.  Or- 
dained Deacon,  1888 ;  Priest,  1904 ; 
Missionary  in  Bombay,  1887-90; 
Curate,  St.  Andrews,  Hoxton,  1890- 
92;  8.P.G.  Chaplain  of  Province 
Wellesley,  since  Nov.,  1892.  Ad- 
dress :  Bukit  Tengah,  Province 
Wellesley,  Straits  Settlements. 

HENSHAW,  Percy  Howard  (KUALA 
LUMPUR),  Railway  Traffic  Superin- 
tendent, Federated  Malay  States  ; 
b.  Feb.  3,  1874.  Assistant  Traffic 
Superintendent  of  Federated  Malay 
States  Railways,  July,  1901 ;  acting 
Traffic  Superintendent  of  Federated 
Malay  States  Railways,  Aug.,  1901 ; 
acting  District  Traffic  Superin- 
tendent Perak  and  Province 
Wellesley,  July,  1903;  District 
Traffic  Superintendent,  Perak  and 
Province  Wellesley,  Aug.,  1904; 
appointed  to  present  post,  1906. 
Address:  Kuala  Lumpur,  Selangor, 
Federated  Malay  States. 

HEREFORD,  George  A.  (PEXAXG), 
Magistrate.  Cadet,  Straits  Settle- 
ments, Nov.,  1898 ;  acting  District 
Officer,  Balik  Pulau,  Penang,  April, 
1899;  passed  final  examination  in 
Malay,  Oct.,  1901 ;  Superintendent 
of  Education,  Penang,  Nov.,  1902  ; 
acting  3rd  Magistrate,  Penang, 
Jan.,  1904.  Address:  Penang, 
Straits  Settlements. 

HERRIOTT,  Rev.  Clarence  Dillaway 
(HAXGCHOW),  B.A. ;  Missionary 
and  Evangelist ;  b.  March  2,  1878. 
Educ. :  Minnesota  University;  Cali- 
fornia University,  B.A.,  1899; 
graduated  from  San  Francisco 


Theological  Seminary,  San  Ansel- 
mo,  April,  1902.  Licensed  by 
Presbytery  of  San  Jose,  April  3, 
1901 ;  ordained,  April  2,  1902 ;  post 
graduate,  McCormick  Seminary, 
1903;  assigned  to  Hangchow 
station,  Sept.,  1903;  member  of 
Educational  Association  of  China 
and  Hangchow  Tract  Association. 
Publication :  Hangchow  Romanized 
Primer  and  Syllabary  (in  prepara- 
tion). Club :  Hangchow  Literary. 
Address:  American  Presbyterian 
Mission,  Hangchow,  China. 

HEWETT,  Hon.  Edbert  Ansgar 
(HONGKONG),  Superintendent  P. 
and  O.  S.  N.  Company ;  Member 
of  Legislative  Council ;  b.  Sept.  5, 
1860  ;  2nd  s.  of  the  late  Sir  George 
J.  R.  Hewett,  Bart. ;  m.  Ruth  Jean- 
nette,  d.  of  the  late  Q.  K.  McKend- 
rick,  of  New  York.  Member  of  the 
Shanghai  Municipal  Council,  1897- 
1901,  Chairman  in  1900-1901  ;  served 
on  Committee  Chamber  Commerce,. 
Shanghai,  and  represented  Chamber 
at  Peking,  in  1901  in  connection 
with  river  conservancy  as  dealt 
with  in  Peace  Protocol ;  served  on 
committee  Hongkong  Chamber  of 
Commerce  since  1902,  chairman 
since  1903 ;  member  Sanitary  Board. 
1903-4 ;  member  Queen's  College 
Committee  and  Diocesan  Sell- ml  ; 
elected  Member  of  Legislative 
Council  to  represent  Chamber  of 
Commerce,  April  26,  1903  ;  appoint- 
ed member  of  Commission  to 
inquire  into  administration  of 
Sanitary  and  Building  Regulations, 
enacted  by  the  Public  Health  and 
Building  Ordinance  of  1903,  May  11, 
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Orange-Nassau,  Iron  Crown  of 
Austria,  4th  class  Sacred  Treasure 
of  Japan,  English  Medal  for 
China,  1900.  Clvbg  :  Hongkong  ; 
Peak;  United,  Yokohama;  Shang- 
hai ;  Country,  Shanghai.  Address : 
"Craig  Ryrie,"  Peak,  Hongkong; 
Wellington  Club,  1,  Grosvenor 
Place,  London,  S.W. 

HICKIE,  Bertram  (KUALA.  LIPIS),  Dis- 
trict Surveyor ;  b.  June  17,  1867. 
Assistant,  Survey  Department, 
India,  Nov.,  1887;  assistant  Sur- 
veyor, Revenue  Survey  Department, 
Straits  Settlements,  Jan.,  1891 ; 
temporary  Surveyor,  Patang,  Sept., 
1900;  assistant  Surveyor,  Revenue 
Surveys,  Jan.,  1901 ;  acting  Superin- 
tendent of  Revenue  Surveys,  Feb., 
1903;  District  Surveyor,  Kuala 
Lipis,  April,  1904.  Address:  Kuala 
Lipis,  Pahang,  Federated  Malay 
States. 

HICKLING,  Charles  Herbert  (HONG- 
KONG), Congregational  Minister; 
b.  Oct.  19,  1857.  Edu-c. :  Trained 
at  Hackney  College,  London ; 
Holme's  Jubilee  Prizeman.  Held 
pastorates  at  Hoddesdon  (Herts); 
Eastbourne  (Sussex) ;  Withington 
(Manchester);  at  present  Pastor 
of  Union  Church,  Hongkong.  Ad- 
dress: The  Manse,  5,  Kennedy 
Road,  Hongkong. 

fflGASHI-FUSHIMI,  Prince  (TOKYO), 
Captain  ;  Japanese  Navy  ;  b.  Sept. 
19,  1867  ;  m.  Feb.  10,  1898,  Princess 
Kaneko,  e.  d.  Prince  Iwakura. 
Was  2nd  in  command  of  cruiser 
"  Chitose  "  in  Admiral  Kamimura's 
squadron,  which  sank  cruiser 
"Rurik"  off  Corea  and  "Novik" 


off   Saghalien.      Address  :    Tokyo, 
Japan. 

HIGASHIKUZE,  Count  (TOKYO),  Vice- 
President,  Privy  Council  i  b.  Kyoto, 
Nov.,  1833.  Given  important  posts 
on  advent  of  Imperial  Government, 
as  Chief  Official  of  Hokkaido 
Colonization  i Board,  etc;  created 
Coiwit,  1887;  Vice-President  of  House 
of  Peers,  1890-1891 ;  has  occupied 
present  post  since  1891.  Addr?**  : 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

HIGGS,  Hubert  Leonard  (NK\\- 
C  HWANG),  1st  class  Assistant,. 
H.B.M.  Consular  Service.  Appoint- 
ed Student  Interpreter  in  China, 
Aug.,  29,  1894  ;  acting  Consul,  Chin- 
kiang,  1898;  acting  Vice-Consul 
at  Macao,  1898  ;  acting  Vice-Consul 
at  Canton,  1900;  acting  Consul  at 
Kiungchow,  1900 ;  promoted  1st 
class  Assistant,  April  5,  1902; 
acting  Consul  at  Kiukiang,  1902  to- 
1904 ;  1st  class  Assistant  at  New- 
chwang,  1906.  Address:  H.B.M. 
Consulate,  Newchwang,  Man- 
churia. 

HIGHETT,  David  John  (KUALA  LUM- 
PUR), M.I.C.E. ;  District  Engineer  ; 
b.  Nov.  15,  1862;  Chief  Assistant 
Engineer,  Selangor,  Oct.,  1890  ; 
acting  Resident  Engineer  for 
Railways,  Selangor,  Mar.,  1895  ; 
Chief  Assistant  Engineer,  Selangor, 
Jan.,  1900;  acting  Resident  En- 
gineer for  Railways,  Selangor,  Feb., 
1900  ;  District  Engineer,  Federated 
Malay  States  Railways,  Jan.,  1903  ; 
acting  District  Engineer,  Selaugor 
and  Negri  Sembilan,  June,  1904 ; 
District  Engineer,  Federated  Malay 
States  Railways,  1 906 .  A  <1  <  1  )•>•  .-•  .>•  : 


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ed Malay  States. 

HIJIKATA,  Ccunt  Hisamoto  (TOKYO), 
b.  Tosa,  Oct.,  1833.  Appointed 
Secretary  of  Imperial  Household, 
1868 ;  Chief-Secretary  of  Marquis 
Ito's  Cabinet  in'. '1885;  Minister  of 
Agriculture  and  Commerce,  July, 
1887-Sept.,  1887;  Minister  of  Im- 
perial Household  from  Sept.,  1887, 
to  Nov.,  1898;  cr.  Count,  1895  ; 
distinguished  himself  during  trou- 
bles preceding  the  restoration,  on 
the  Imperial  side.  Address  : 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

HILL,  Hon.  E.  C.  H.  (SINGAPORE), 
Auditor  General,  Straits  Settle- 
ments; 6.  1854,  y.s.  of  late  Sir. 
S.  J.  Hill,  C.B.,  K.C.M.G.  Educ. : 
Privately.  Appointed  to  Straits 
Settlements  Civil  Service,  1875 ;  has 
occupied  various  positions  in- 
cluding Inspector  of  Schools, 
Magistrate,  and  Resident  Council- 
lor, Malacca.  Address:  Singapore, 
straits  Settlements. 

HILL,  Rev.  Joseph  Kimber  (HANKOW), 
Wesleyan  Minister ;  b.  April  27, 
1S67;  m.  June  7,  1894,  Helen  Leak 
Booth.  Educ. :  The  Leys  School, 
Cambridge,  England  ;  Richmond 
College.  Address:  Wesleyau  Mis- 
"ion,  Sui  Chou,  Hankow,  China; 
York,  England. 

HILL,  Thomas  Heslop  (KUALA  LIM- 
IT K),F.M.S.  Civil  Service.  Has  been 
Protector  of  Labourers,  and  Super- 
intendent of  Indian  Immigrants 
since  June,  1901.  Address  :  Kuala 
Lumpur,  Federated  Malay  States. 

HILL,  Valentine  (BINDINGS),  Acting 
District  Officer;  6.  Nov.  2,  1S66. 


Financial  Assistant,  Kinta,  Aug., 
1883;  Financial  Clerk,  Krian,  Nov., 
1888;  assistant  to  Magistrate, 
Gopeng,  Dec.,  189,);  assistant  to 
Magistrate,  Kinta,  April,  1893 ;  as- 
sistant to  Magistrate,  Lower  Perak, 
Aug.,  1893 ;  District  Treasurer, 
Lower  Perak,  Dec.,  1893;  acting 
Chief  Assistant  Magistrate,  Batu 
Gajah,  June,  1897  ;  assistant  Magist- 
rate and  District  Treasurer,  Kuala 
Kangsar,  July,  1897  ;  acting  District 
Magistrate,  Kuala  Kangsar,  March, 
1893 ;  assistant  District  Magistrate, 
Ipoh,  Nov.,  1899;  District  Officer, 
Pekan,  Jan.,  1930;  District  Officer 
Ulu  Langat,  June,  1900;  acting 
State  Auditor,  Selangor,  Feb.,  1901 ; 
acting  Treasurer,  Kuala  Lumpur, 
Sept.,  1901;  District  Officer,  Ulu 
Langat,  Sept.,  1901;  assistant 
District  Officer,  Kinta,  and  Deputy 
Registrar  of  Titles,  Lower  Perak, 
Jan.,  1933 ;  acting  District  Officer, 
Ulu  Langat,  Jan.,  1903;  acting 
District  Officer,  Kuala  Kangsar, 
Oct.,  1934;  District  Officer,  Din- 
dings,  Oct.,  1936.  Address  :  Din- 
dings,  Straits  Settlements. 

HILLIER,  Eiward  Guy  (PEKING), 
C.M.G. ;  Banker ;  &.  March  11,  1857, 
a.  of  late  Charles  Batten  Hillier, 
H.B.M.  Consul  to  Siam  ;  in.  1894. 
Educ. :  Bluudell's  School,  Tiverton  ; 
Trinity  College,  Cambridge.  Enter- 
ed Service  Hongkong  and  Shanghai 
Banking  Corporation,  1883;  Man- 
ager of  Peking  branch  since  1891 ; 
was  in  Peking  during  Boxer  out- 
break 1930-01;  negotiator  of  Chinese 
Imperial  Government  loans,  issued 
in  London  and  Berlin,  1895-99 ; 
British  delegate  on  Commission 


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of  Bankers  for  the  Chinese  in- 
demnity, 1902;  failure  of  sight  in 
*1896,  resulted  eventually  in  total 
blindness  ;  made  C.M.G.  June,  1904. 
Club  :  Royal  Societies,  London. 
Address:  Hongkong  and  Shanghai 
Banking  Corporation,  Peking, 
China. 

HILLIS,    Rev.     Lewis    Bradley 

(MANILA),  A.M. ;  Missionary;  b.  Oct. 
5,  1876;  in.  Aug.  9,  1905,  Ruby.  G. 
Rhodes.  Educ. :  Emporia  College  ; 
Princeton  Seminary.  Pastor, 
American  Presbyterian  Church, 
Sept.  13,  1902,  to  Feb.,  1904;  Assis- 
tant Pastor,  1904 ;  Treasurer, 
Philippine  Mission  of  Presbyterian 
Church.  Club :  Columbian.  Ad- 
dress :  370,  Calle  Real,  Malate, 
Manila,  Philippine  Islands. 

HINCHLEY,  John  William  (BANG- 
KOK), Chemical  and  Mechanical 
Engineer;  b.  Jan.  21,  1871  at 
Gran  than,  England  ;  m.  Edith 
Mary,  d.  of  John  Mason;  Chelsea, 
S.W.  Educ.  :  Grammar  School, 
Lincoln  ;  Royal  School  of  Mines, 
London.  National  Scholar,  1893; 
Whitworth  Exhibitioner,  1894  ; 
Whitworth  Scholar,  1896;  As- 
sociate of  Royal  School  of  Mines 
(1st  class  in  all  subjects)  Metallurgy, 
1896 ;  Fellow  of  Chemical  Society, 
1897.  Manager  of  Natural  Colour 
Photography  Co.,  Ltd.,  1898-1900  ; 
Consulting  Engineer,  London,  1900- 
1903;  Member  of  Society  of  Chemical 
Industry,  1900  ;  Chief  Assayer  and 
Technical  Superintendent  Royal 
Mint,  Siam,  since  1903.  Publica- 
tions :  Scientific  Papers.  Club.  : 
United.  Adc'ress:  H.S.M.  Roval 


Mint,  Bangkok,  Siam  ;  15,  Fawcett 
St.,  London,  S.W. 

HINMAN,  Rev.  George  Warren 
(FOOCHOW),  M.A.;  Missionary  under 
American  Board  ;  b.  Feb.  22,  1839  ; 
m.  Dec.  28,  1893.  Educ. :  Oberlin 
College,  B.A.,  1893  ;  Harvard  Uni- 
versity, M.A.,  1898.  Professor  of 
Mathematics,  Benzornie  College, 
Michigan,  1893-94  ;  acting  President, 
Gater  College,  Nebraska,  1895-97  ; 
appointed  Missionary,  A.B.C.F.M., 
May,  1898 ;  ordained  to  Congrega- 
tional Ministry,  Oct.,  1898  ;  arrived 
Foochow,  Jan.  28, 1899;  General  Sec- 
retary, United  Society  of  Christian 
Endeavour  for  China,  March,  1903, 
to  Sept.,  1905;  reappointed  to 
A.B.C.  F.M.  and  stationed  at  Foo- 
chow, July,  1905  ;  acting  President, 
Foochow  College  and  Superinten- 
dent, Foochow  Romanized  Press, 
since  1905;  member  Educational 
Association  of  Chinese.  Publica- 
tions :  Reports  and  special  pamph- 
lets in  English  and  Chinese.  Clubs.  : 
American  University ;  Shanghai  ;. 
China  Students.  Address:  Foochow, 
China. 

HIRAI,  Seijiro  (TOKYO),  Director 
General  of  Government  Railways  ; 
b.  Kanagawa,  1855.  Educ.  :  Troy, 
U.S.A.,  1875.  Engaged  as  Railway 
Engineer  by  HokkaidoGovernment, 
1880;  Chief  Engineer  of  Tanko 
Railway,  1894;  appointed  to 
present  post,  1904.  Address: 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

HIRATA,    Baron    Tosuke    (TOKYO), 

Member  of  House  of  Peers ;  /;. 
Yonezawa,  1855.  Filled  various 
posts  in  civil  service,  since  1870 ; 


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WHO'S  WHO  ix  THE  FAR  EAST  (JUNE)  1906-7. 


Minister  of  Agriculture  and  Cora- 
raerce,  June,  1901,  to  July,  1903 ; 
cr.  Baron,  1902.  Address :  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

HIROMI,  Jisaburo  (OSAKA),  Member 
of  House  of  Peers  ;  Merchant ;  b. 
Kaga,  Nov.,  1854.  Established 
Japan  Marine  Insurance  Co.  and 
was  appointed  its  President; 
elected  to  present  post  for  Osaka 
prefecture ;  a  prominent  merchant 
of  Osaka  and  one  of  the  largest 
•shipowners  in  Japan.  Address: 
Osaka,  Japan. 

HO  ABE,  Rt.  Rev.  Joseph  Charles 
(HONGKONG),  D.D.  •  Bishop  of 
Victoria;  b.  Nov.  15,  1851,  at 
Ramsgate,  4th  s.  of  Rev.  E.  Hoare, 
Hon.  Canon  of  Canterbury  ;  m.  1st, 
Alice  Juliana,  d.  of  Canon  Patteson ; 
2nd  Ellen  T.  Gough,  1886.  Educ. : 
Tonbridge  School ;  Trinity  College, 
Cambridge  Scholar ;  second  class 
classical  tripos,  1874.  Curate  of 
Holy  Trinity  Church,  Tun  bridge 
Wells,  1874-1875 ;  Principal  of  C.M.S. 
Training  College,  Ningpo,  China, 
1876-1898  ;  consecrated  Bishop 
1898.  Publications:  Several  Theolo- 
gical books,  and  commentaries  in 
Chinese.  Address :  St.  Paul's 
College,  Hongkong. 

HOBART-HAMPDEN  (see:  HAMPDKX, 
ERNEST  MILES  HOBAUT-). 

HOBSON,  Samuel  George  (PAHANG), 

Assistant  -  Superintendent,  Posts 
and  Telegraphs  ;  b.  Dec.  11,  1872. 
Assistant  Superintendent  of  Post 
and  Telegraphs,  Selangor,  July, 
1902 ;  acting  Superintendent  of 
Post  and  Telegraphs,  Selangor, 
May,  1904  ;  assistant  Supsrinten  - 


dent  of  Post  and  Telegraph*, 
Selangor,  Negri  Sembilan,  and 
Pahang,  1905.  Address :  PahJfng, 
Federated  Malay  States. 

HO  CH'ENG-AO,  General  (Cmiiu), 
native  of  Anhwei  ;  Brigade  Ge- 
neral, Hsuan-hua,  Chihli,  1902. 

HO  FOOK  (HONGKONG),  Compradore 
to  Jardine,  Matheson  and  Co. ; 

b.  Nov.  30,  1863.  Educ. :  Central 
School  (Queen's  College),  Hong- 
kong. Is  a  British  subject;  left 
school  in  1881  and  joined  a  Hai- 
phong Chinese  Hong  as  shipping 
clerk  ;  returned  to  Hongkong  and 
joined  Registrar-General's  Depart- 
ment as  translator,  in  1882;  joined 
Denny  s  and  Mossop,  solicitors,  as 
interpreter,  in  1885;  Jardine, 
Matheson  and  Co.,  as  assistant 
compradore,  in  1891;  appointed 
compradore  1900 ;  is  a  J.P.  and 
member  of  the  District  Watchmen 
Committee  and  Tung  Wa  Hospital 
Advisory  Committee.  Club: 
Chinese.  Address:  10,  Caine Road, 
Hongkong. 

HO  HIU  SHANG  (nee:  Ho  TUNG.) 

HO  KAI,  Dr.  (HONGKONG),  C.M.C.  ; 
M.B.,  C.M.,  Aberdeen,  M.R.C.S. 
England,  senior  equity  scholar, 
1881,  Lincoln's  Inn;  Senior  Unoffi- 
cial Member  of  the  Legislative 
Council  representing  the  Chinese, 
and  Justice  of  the  Peace  ;  b.  Hong- 
kong, 1859  ;  4th  *.  of  late  Rev.  Ho 
Tsun  Shin,  of  London  Missionary 
Society ;  m.  Alice  (d.  1884),  e.  d.  of 
late  John  Walkden,  of  Blackheatb. 
Edi'.c. :  Palmer  House  School, 
Margate  ;  Aberdeen  University  ;  St. 
Thomas's  Medical  and  Surgical 


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College ;  Lincoln's  Inn.  Practised 
ns  a  Barrister-at-Law  since  1882; 
served  as  a  member  of  the  Sanitary 
Board,  10  years ;  Public  Works  Com- 
mittee, 5  years  ;  acted,  and  is  still 
acting,  as  a  member  of  the  follow- 
ing Boards,  Committees,  etc. : — 
The  Legislative  Council ;  the  Stand- 
ing Law  Committee,  since  1890  ;  the 
Examination  Board,  since  1895 ; 
the  Medical  Board ;  the  Po  Leung 
Kuk  Committee,  and  the  District 
Watchmen  Committee,  since  1894 ; 
the  governing  body  of  the  Free 
Hospitals.  1887;  the  College  of  Medi- 
cine for  the  Chinese,  Lecturer  on 
Medical  Jurisprudence  and  Rector's 
Assessor,  since  1900 ;  the  governing 
body  of  Queen's  College,  since  1901 ; 
the  Qualified  Architects'  Advisory 
Board  ;  the  Interpretation  Board  ; 
created  C.M.G.,  1902.  Publica- 
tions: A  Critical  Essay  on  China, 
the  Sleep  and  Awakening,  1887 
(English  and  Chinese) ;  a  letter 
addressed  to  Lord  Charles  Beres- 
ford  on  the  Open  Door,  1899; 
an  open  letter  addressed  to 
John  Bull  on  the  Boxer  rising, 
1900 ;  articles  on  Sir  R.  Hart's 
Memorandum  on  the  Land  Tax 
of  China,  and  Army  and  Navy 
Scheme,  1904 ;  published  in 
Chinese  only— Reformation  in 
China,  1895 ;  the  Foundation  of 
Reformation  in  China,  1898 ; 
Criticisms  on  the  Views  of  Kang 
Yau  Wei,  1898  ;  The  Best  Means  of 
Effecting  Reformation  in  China, 
1898;  Criticisms  on  the  Views  of 
Viceroy  Chang  Chi  Tung,  especially 
on  his  recent  work,  Encouragement 
to  Learning,  1899 ;  Persons  Respon- 
sible for  Reformation  in  China, 


1900;  Two  Critical  Essays  on  the 
Progress  of  Reformation  in  China, 
1900.  Address:  7,  West  Terrace, 
Hongkong. 

HOKKAIDO,  Bishop  Of  (see:  Fvsox, 
RT.  REV.  PHILIP  KKMBALL). 

HOLDEN,  George  (SINGAPORE),  Assis- 
tant Superintendent  of  Works ;  &. 
Sept.  25,  1877.  Appointed  and 
assumed  duties  in  Province  Welles- 
ley,  June,  1901.  Address :  Singa- 
pore, Straits  Settlements. 

HOLLINGSWORTH,  Arnold  Hackney 
(HONGKONG),  A.M.I.C.E. ;  Execu- 
tive Engineer,  Public  Works  De- 
partment ;  b.  Aug.  20,  1871.  Arrived 
in  Colony,  1897  ;  appointed  to  pre- 
sent position,  Jan.  1,  1900.  Club  : 
Hongkong.  Address  :  Public  Works 
Department,  Hongkong. 

HOLLIDAY,  Cecil  W.  (SHANGHAI), 
Merchant,  senior  partner  of  firm  of 
Holliday,  Wise  and  Co. ;  Chairman 
of  Municipal  Council ;  turned  first 
sod  of  new  electric  tramway, 
Shanghai,  April  24,  1906.  Club : 
Shanghai.  Address  :  Kiangse  Road, 
Shanghai,  China. 

HOLMES,  Ernest  Hamilton  UNKING), 
1st  class  Assistant,  H.B.M.  Consular 
Service.  Appointed  Student  Inter- 
preter in  Japan,  Feb.  1,  1897  ; 
acting  Consul  at  Nagasaki,  1902  to 
1903 ;  promoted  1st  Assistant,  Dec. 
22,  1904  ;  attached  to  Legation, 
Seoul,  1905.  Address  :  H.B.M. 
Legation,  Peking,  China. 

HONDA,  Yoichi  (TOKYO),  President  of 
Tokyo  Aoyama  Gakuin  (Christian 
College);  b.,  Hirosaki,  Dec.,  1848. 


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A  leading  educationalist  and 
Christian  evangelist;  visited  Europe 
and  America  several  times  to 
attend  International  Christian  As- 
sociation Conferences  as  repre- 
sentative of  Japan ;  attended  the 
World's  Y.M.C.A.  Union,  held 
in  France,  1904.  Address:  Tokyo. 
Japan. 

HOOPER,  A.  Sheltan  (HONGKONG), 
Secretary  of  the  Hongkong  Land 
Investment  and  Agency  Company  ; 
b.  Feb.  13,  1859.  Educ. :  Newton 
Abbott  College,  Devon.  Authorized 
architect,  municipal  valuer  and 
assessor  under  the  Government 
Rating  Ordinances,  1886-9;  Sec- 
retary of  the  Land  Investment  and 
Agency  Company,  since  1889 ;  J.P. 
1890;  President  of  Devonian  Society, 
Hongkong,  1906;  elected  a  member 
of  the  Sanitary  Board,  1906 ; 
appointed  a  member  of  Commission 
to  inquire  into  administration  of 
Sanitary  and  Building  Regulations, 
enacted  by  the  Public  Health  and 
Building  Ordinance  of  1902,  May, 
11,  1906.  Cliibs :  Hongkong ;  Peak  ; 
Royal  Hongkong  Golf,  and  Cricket. 
Address:  "  Rougemont,"  Macdon- 
nell  Road,  Hongkong. 

HOOPER,  William  Edward  (SINGA- 
PORE), J.P.;  Magistrate  and  Re- 
gistrar, H.C.  and  J.  Dept.  ;  b.  1858  ; 
in.  1885,  Agnes  Cathrine  Niven. 
Educ.  :  The  Abbey  School  Becken- 
ham,  Kent.  Arrived  in  Singapore, 
1881  ;  Acting  Consul  for  Norway 
and  Sweden,  1884;  appointed  J.P. 
and  visiting  Justice,  1885 ;  ap- 
pointed member  of  Labour  Com- 
mission by  H.E.  the  Governor,  and 
received  letter  of  thanks  for 


services,  1890  ;  elected  to  Municipal 
Commission  for  Tanglin  Ward. 
1890  ;  joined  Municipality  and  was 
appointed  Registrar  H.P.  and  J., 
1892  ;  appointed  Census  Officer  for 
Town  District,  Singapore,  1901  ; 
appointed  by  H.E.^the  Governor  on 
Committee  to  enquire  and  report 
on  Detective  Branch,  Singapore 
Police  Force  and  received  letter 
of  thanks,  1902;  all  powers  of 
Police  Court  extended  to  Registrar, 
H.C.  and  J.'s  Court,  1903  ;  appointed 
Deputy  Acting  Coroner,  1905 ; 
was  Master  of  Lodge  St.  George, 
1152,  in  1887-8.  Clubs:  Singapore: 
Sports,  London.  Address :  Gilstead 
Hill,  Singapore,  Straits  Settlements. 

HOOPS,  Dr.  Albert  Lancelot  (PE- 
NANG),  M.D.,  M.B.,  B.Ch.,  B.A.O., 
D.P.H.,  B.A. ;  House  Surgeon,  Gen- 
eral Hospital  ;  b.  June  6,  1876. 
Educ. ;  Trinity  College,  Dublin. 
Served  in  South  African  War  as 
Medical  Officer  with  28th  Mounted 
Infantry  ;  seriously  wounded  ; 
mentioned  in  despatches,  1901-02; 
appointed  House  Surgeon,  General 
Hospital,  Penang,  1904.  Decoration: 
South  African  Medal,  four  clasps. 
Address:  General  Hospital,  Penang 
Straits  Settlements. 

HOPKINS,  Lionel  Charles  (TIENTSIN), 
H.B.M.  Consul-General.  Appointed 
Student  Interpreter  in  China,  Jan., 
13,  1874  ;  acting  Consul  at  Ningpo, 
1882 ;  at  Chinkiang,  1883 ;  at  Amoy, 
1886;  at  Pakhoi,  1836  to  188S ;  at 
Chinkiang,  18S9  to  1890;  at 
Kiukiang,  1890  to  1891 ;  promoted 
1st  Assistant,  April  1,  1891 ;  acting 
Consul  at  Ta'.nsui,  1833,  to  1895  ; 
promoted  Vice-Consul  at  Shanghai, 


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Hos 


Jan.  24,  189o ;  acting  Consul  at 
Chefoo,  1895  to  1896 ;  at  Hankow, 
1896 ;  at  WulTu,  1896 ;  at  Chefoo, 
1897;  promoted  Consul  at  Chefoo, 
Sept.  27,  1897;  Consul-General  for 
Consular  District  of  Tientsin  ami 
Peking,  March  ,22,  1901 ;  Consul- 
General  for  Provinces  of  Chihli  and 
Shansi,  Feb.  28,  1902.  Address: 
H.B.M.  Consulate,  Tientsin,  China. 

HORDER,  Dr.  Edward  George 
(PAKHOI),  F.R.C.S. ;  Physician  and 
Sargeon;  b.  Nov.  22,  1852.  Educ.: 
at  Edinburgh.  Surgeon  to  Imperial 
Maritime  Customs ;  Physician  to 
British  and  German  Consulates 
and  Church  Mission  Hospital; 
Medical  Missionary  of  Church 
Mission  Society,  since  1883.  Ad- 
ilri'*a  :  Pakhoi,  China. 

HORSWELL,  Dr.  G.  H.  (TOKYO),  A.M., 
B.D.,  Ph.D.  ;  Professor  of  English  ; 
b.  1854,  near  Kingston,  Canada. 
Educ. :  England  and  North  Western 
University,  Evenston,  U.S.A.  Im- 
mediately after  graduating  at  the 
North  Western  University  was 
appointed  Instructor  (and  later 
Assistant  Professor)  of  Latin  in 
that  Institution ;  travelled  and 
studied  in  Germany  and  Italy,  1889- 
90  ;  appointed  Professor  of  English 
at  Tokyo  School  of  Foreign  Lan- 
guages, 1901 ;  in  1901  also  appointed 
Professor  of  English  in  Waseda 
University.  Address  :  School  of 
Foreign  Languages,  Tokyo,  Japan. 

HORTON,  Reginald  George  Lloyd 
(KUDAT),  District  Officer  in  Charge  ; 
b.  Feb.  27,  1875,  e.  s.  of  Rev.  Canon 
Horton,  of  Dymock  Vicarage, 
Gloucestershire,  ».  of  General  Sir 


Lloyd  William  Mathews,  K.C.M.G., 
late  Prime  Minister  and  Consul 
General,  Zanzibar  ;  MI.  Dorothy  E. 
Simpson,  2nd  d.  of  William  Hirst 
Simpson,  of  Chelverton.  Educ.  : 
St.  Edward's  School,  Oxford; 
Worcester  College,  Oxford.  Tutor 
to  H.  H.  the  Sultan  of  Zanzibar, 
1889-1901;  entered  Biitish  North 
Borneo  Service,  May,  19C2 ;  has 
held  positions  of  District  Magis- 
trate at  Sandakan;  Protector  of 
Chinese  and  Superintendent  of 
Immigration,  Distiict  Officer,  South 
Keppell,  and  District  Officer  in 
Charge  at  Kudat.  Address:  Kudat, 
British  North  Borneo  ;  Dymock, 
Gloucestershire,  *England. 


HOSE,  Charles  (SIBU),  F.R.G.S., 
F.Z.S.,  D.Sc. ;  Cantab.  ;  Resident 
of  the  3rd  Division,  Sibu,  Sarawak, 
and  Member  of  the  Supreme 
Council;  l>.  Oct.  12,  1863,  '.Villian, 
Herts,  ,<-.  of  late  Rev.  Thomas 
Charles  Hos>,  Rector  of  Roydon, 
Diss,  Norfolk.  Edtic. :  Felstead 
School ;  Jesus  College,  Cambridge. 
Entered  the  Service  of  H.  H.  the 
Rajah  of  Sarawak,  1884  ;  was  made 
Office  r-in-Charge  of  lUram  District, 
1888;  Resident,  2nd  class,  1890; 
made  large  collections  of  flora  and 
fauna  of  Sarawak,  discovering 
many  new  species,  and  explored 
mountainous  regions  in  the  far 
interior;  ascended  Mt.  Dulit,  1891, 
and  discovered  a  remarkable 
similaiity  of  the  fauna  of  the 
mountain  to  that  of  the  Himalayas  ; 
in  recognition  of  his  scientific  woik 
was  made  a  Knight  of  the  Prussian 
Crown,  3rd  class,  and  has  received 
several  orders  and  medals,  b,>th 
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British  and  foreign,  and  the  degrea 
of  D.  Sc.  from  the  University  of  Cam- 
bridge, 1900.  Decorations  :  Several 
medals,  British  and  foreign.  Public- 
ations: Works  on  the  mammals  and 
birds  of  Borneo,  and  several 
papers  in  the  journals  of  the 
Geographical  Society  and  the 
Anthropological  Institute,  and 
articles  on  Sarawak  and  Brunei  in 
Kncyclopsttdia  Britannica.  Recrea- 
tions :  Captain  of  football  at 
Felstead,  and  played  for  his  College 
in  cricket  and  football,  also  played 
tennis  and  put  the  weight.  Club  : 
Savage.  Address  :  Sibu,  Sarawak, 
North  Borneo. 

HOSE,  Edward  Shaw  (KUALA  Loi- 
PUR),  Federated  Malay  States  Civil 
Service  ;  1>.  Nov.  25,  1871.  Educ. : 
lilundell's  School,  Tiverton.  Joined 
Perak  Civil  Service,  Jan.  7,  1891 ; 
joined  Civil  Service  of  native  states 
amalgamated  under  name  of  Fede- 
rated Malay  States,  1896;  transferred 
to  Straits  Settlements  Civil  Service, 
March  19,  1904;  re-transferred  to 
Federated  Malay  States  Civil 
Service,  Oct.  24, 1904  ;  holds  appoint- 
ments of  Chairman  of  Sanitary 
Board  and  Superintendent  of 
Prisons,  Kuala  Lumpur.  Address: 
Kuala  Lumpur,  Selangor,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

HOSE,  Right  Rev.  George  Frederick 
(  SINGAPORE  ),  M.A.,  D.D.,  Cam- 
bridge; Bishop  of  Singapore,  Labuan 
and  Sarawak  ;  b.  Sept.  3,  1838  :  m. 
Emily  Harriet  Kerbey,  d.  of  Dr. 
J.  Kerbey,  M.R.C.S.,  deceased 
July,  1904.  Educ. :  St.  John's 
College,  Cambridge;  B.A.,  1861; 


M.A.,  1807;  D.D.,  1881.  Curate  of 
Roxton  with  Great  Barford,  Beds., 
1861 ;  Curate  of  Holy  Trinity,  St. 
Marylebone,  London,  1865;  Colonial 
Chaplain  of  Malacca,  1868;  Colonial 
Chaplain  of  Singapore,  1873  ; 
Archdeacon  of  Singapore,  1875  ; 
Bishop,  1881 ;  one  of  original 
founders  and  President  of  Straits 
branch  of  Royal  Asiatic  Society. 
1877.  Address  :  Bishop's  House, 
Stamford  Road.  Singapore ;  and 
Bishop's  House,  Sarawak,  Borneo. 

HOSIE,  Alexander  (PEKING), 
F.R.G.S.  ;  H.B.M.  Commercial 
Attache.  Ednc.  :  King's  College 
and  University,  Aberdeen.  Ap- 
pointed Student  Interpreter  in 
China,  March  10,  1876  ;  acting 
Consul  at  Wuhn,  1831;  employed 
on  Special  Service  at  Chungking, 
1882  to  .1884  ;  acting  Vice-Cousul  at 
Whampoa,  1887  to  1888;  acting 
Consul  at  Wenchow,  1888  to  1891 ; 
promoted  1st  Assistant,  April  1, 
1891xj  acting  Consul  at  Chefoo, 
1891;  at  Amoy,  1892;  at  Tamsui, 
1892;  at  Wuhu,  1891;  at  New- 
chwang,  1894  to  1897  ;  acting  Vice- 
Consul  at  Pagoda  Island,  1897  ; 
promoted  Consul  at  Wuchow,  Sept. 
27,  1897;  transferred  to  Kiukiang, 
Feb.  24,  1900 ;  promoted  Consul- 
General  for  Province  of  Szechwan, 
April  5,  1902 ;  Commercial  Attache 
at  Peking,  1905-06.  Address  : 
H.B.M.  Legation,  Peking,  China. 

HOSOKAWA,  Baron  Junjiro  (TOKYO), 
Privy  Councillor,  and  Chief  Official 
of  Secretariat,  Bureau  of  Imperial 
Household  :  6.  Feb.,  1834,  at  Tosa. 
Vice-President  of  House  of  Peers, 


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1891-1893 ;  for  many  years  was 
President  of  Peeress's  School,  but 
relinquished  that  position,  April, 
1906,  upon  the  Institution  being 
placed  under  the  same  manage- 
ment as  the  Peer's  School ;  created 
Baron,  1930  ;  Privy  Councillor  since 
1893.  Publications  :  Many  works 
on  literary  subjects.  Arid  re  us  : 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

HO  TUNG,  or  HO  HIU  SHANG  (HONG- 
KONG), J.P. ;  Merchant  and  pro- 
perty owner  ;  I.  Dec.  22,  1862 ; 
m.  1881.  Editc. :  Private  Chinese 
Schools;  Central  School,  Hong- 
kong, and  Queen's  College,  Hong- 
kong. Joined  Chinese  Indoor  Staff 
of  I.M.  Customs,  Canton,  after 
leaving  school ;  resigned  in  1880 
and  joined  firm  of  Jardine,  Mathe- 
son  and  Co.,  Hongkong,  as  assistant 
<Jompradore,  and  Manager  of  the 
native  branch  of  the  Hongkong 
Fire  Insurance  Co.,  Ltd.,  and 
Canton  Insurance  Co.,  Ltd. ;  ap- 
pointed Chief  Compradore,  1894, 
and  retired  in  1900 ;  Donor  of 
Kowloon  School  for  Children  of 
British  Parentage ;  Chairman  of 
Board  of  Directors  of  Tung  Wall 
Hospital,  1899;  1st  Chairman  of 
Chinese  Club,  founded  in  1899; 
member  of  Committees  of  Diamond 
Jubilee,  South  African  War  Fund, 
Japanese  War  Fund,  Kwangsi 
Famine  Fund;  Director  of  Hum- 
phreys' Estate  and  Finance  Co., 
Ltd.,  and  Hongkong  Reclamation 
Co.,  Ltd.  Clubs:  The  Chinese. 
Address :  "  Idlewild,"  Seymour 
Road,  Hongkong. 

HOUGH,  Thomas  Frederick  (HONG- 
KONG), Broker  and  Auctioneer ; 


partner  in  the  firm  of  Hughes  and 
Hough,  share,  coal,  and  general 
brokers,  auctioneers  to  the  Govern- 
ment, etc.  Club:  Hongkong.  Ad- 
dress :  Magazine  Gap,  The  Peak, 
Hongkong. 

HOWARD,   E.  C.  C.    (Si  N  G  A  p  o  u  E ), 

Magistrate.  Educ. :  Dulwich  Col- 
lege. Cadet,  Straits  Settlements, 
Civil  Service,  1890;  passed  final 
examination  in  Malay,  Dec.,  1892; 
acting  3rd  Magistrate,  Penang, 
Mar.,  1894;  acting  Superintendent 
of  Education,  Penang,  Aug.,  1894; 
Collector  of  Land  Revenue,  Singa- 
pore, 1897 ;  acting  3rd  Magistrate, 
Singapore,  Nov.,  1897  ;  acting  2nd 
Magistrate,  Penang,  Aug.,  1898, 
to  June,  1899;  acting  1st  Magis- 
trate, Penang,  Sept.  to  Dec.,  1901 ; 
2nd  Magistrate,  Penang,  April, 
1902 ;  acting  Commissioner,  Court 
of  Requests,  Singapore,  Nov.,  1903; 
acting  1st  Magistrate,  Singapore, 
Aug.,  1904  ;  2nd  Magistrate,  Singa- 
pore, 1905.  Club:  Singapore.  Ad- 
dress: Singapore,  Straits  Settle- 
ments. 

HOWELL,  James  (MALACCA),  Educa- 
tionalist; b.  Oct.  9,  1862.  Head 
Master,  Malay  College,  Singapore, 
1884;  acting  Head  Master.  High 
School,  Malacca,  1889 ;  Superin- 
tendent of  Education,  Malacca, 
1890;  Head  Master,  High  School, 
Malacca,  since  1893.  Address: 
High  School,  Malacca,  Straits 
Settlements1. 

HOZUMI,  Nobushige  (TOKYO),  LL.  D. ; 
Professor  of  Tokyo  University; 
b.  July,  1855,  at lyo.  Educ. :  Middle 
Temple,  England,  1876;  Berlin 


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University,  1881.  Member  of  House 
of  Peers,  1890-1892.  Publications.: 
The  "Codes";  the  "  Inkyo  "  ;  the 
"  Go-nin-gumi,"  etc.  A  d  d  ress : 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

HOZUMI,  Yatsuka  (TOKYO),  LL.D.; 
Professor  of  Tokyo  University ; 
b.  Feb.,  1860.  Educ.  :  Germany, 
from  1884  to  1888.  Has  been  Pro- 
fessor of  Law  at  Tokyo  Univei  sity 
since  1889;  Secretary  of  Privy 
Council  from  1891  ;  appointed 
Member  of  House  of  Peers,  1899. 
Address :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

HSIA  HSING-YU,  General  (CHIHLI), 
native  of  Shantung.  Brigade- 
General  at  Tengchou,  Shantung; 
Commander  in  Chief ,  Yunnan,  Feb., 
1904  ;  special  service  under 
Governor  General,  Chihli. 

HSIANG-HENG,  Lieut.-General  (PE- 
KING), Imperial  Clansman.  Deputy 
Lieut.  -  General,  Shan-hai-kwan, 
Dec.,  187C;  military  Lieut. -Go- 
veinor,  Chahar,  1879;  removed, 
1881 ;  Tartar  General,  Chingchow, 
Hupeh,  Oct.,  1881;  retired,  ill- 
health,  June,  1899;  espectant 
Lieut.-General  and  Manchu  teacher 
to  Heir  Apparent,  1900. 

HSI  LIANG  (CHENGTU-FU),  Governor- 
General  ;  native  of  Mongolia ;  met- 
ropolitan graduate,  1874 ;  Prefect 
I-chou,  Shantung ;  Yen-i-ts'ao-chi 
Tao,  Shantung,  May,  1896  ;  Chi  Xing 
Tao,  Shansi,  Jan.,  1898;  Judicial 
Commissioner,  Shansi,  Nov.,  1898 ; 
Judicial  Commissioner,  Hunan, 
Feb.,  1899;  Financial  Commissioner, 
Hunan,  March,  1899 ;  Governor, 
Shansi,  Oct.,  1900;  Director-Gen- 
eral, Yellow  Kiver,  June,  1901; 


acting  Governor,  Honan,  Dec., 
1901 ;  post  of  Director  General,. 
Yellow  River,  abolished  Feb.,  1902  ; 
Governor,  Honan,  1902 ;  Lieut. - 
Governor,  Ge-ho,  May,  1902;  Go- 
vernor-General, Minche,  appointed 
1903 ;  acting  Governor-General, 
Szechwan,  June,  1903;  Governor- 
General,  do.,  Dec.,  1904-6.  Address: 
Chengtu-fu,  Szechwan,  China. 

HSI  T'UNG  (HsiAN-FU),  Judge;  Chine.se 
Bannenna'n.  Secretary  Tsung  -  li 
Yamen;  Teng-Lai-Ch'iug  Tao,  Shan- 
tung, March,  1896 ;  T'ung-Shang 
Tao,  Shensi,  May,  1897 ;  Heng- 
Yung-Ch'en-Kuei  Tao,  Hunan,  Jan., 
1901 ;  T'ung-Shang  Tao,  Shensi, 
March,  1902 ;  Judge,  Hsian-fu, 
Shensi,  Feb.,  1905. 

HSU  CHEN-PING,  Rear  Admiral 
(SHANGHAI),  Educated  in  America 
and  joined  Chinese  navy  in  early- 
eighties;  appointed  Rear- Admiral, 
Nanyang  squadron,  19C6. 

HSU  CHUEH  (PEKING),  native  of 
Kiangsu ;  provincial  graduate. 
Appointed  Minister  to  Italy,  1902'. 

HSU  FU  (PEKING),  President  Board  of 
Ceremonies ;  native  of  Kiangsu  ; 
metropolitan  graduate,  1862, 
(Optimus).  Assistant  Supervisor  of 
Instruction,  1879;  Vice-President, 
Board  of  War,  Oct.,  1881 ;  Literary- 
Chancellor,  Anhwei,  Sept.,  1882; 
Vice-President,  Board  of  Cere- 
monies, 1883;  do.,  Board  Of  Civil 
Office,  Dec.,  1890;  President  of 
Censorate,  Oct.,  1892;  President, 
Board  of  War,  Aug.,  1895;  Presi- 
dent, Board  of  Civil  Office,  Dec., 
1899;  Assistant  Grand  Secretary, 


WHO'S  WHO  IN  THE  FAR  EAST  (JUNE)  1906-7. 


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Dec.,    1900;    President,     Board    of 
Ceremonies,  June,  1901. 

H3U  SHIH-CH.1NG  (PEKING),  Grand 
Councillor  ;  native  of  Chihli  ; 
metropolitan  graduate.  Secretary 
of  Board  of  Commerce,  Sept.,  1903  ; 
Proctor  '  of  Army  Organisation 
Council ;  Grand  Councillor  and 
Vice-President,  Board  of  Revenue, 
1905;  President,  Board  of  Public 
Safety,  Oct.,  1905  ;  Grand  Council- 
lor, July,  1936. 

H{JAN3  CHJNG-HAO,  (YUCHIANU), 
Taotai.  Brigade-General,  Langshan 
(Kiang-huai),  1904 ;  Taotai,  Yu- 
chiang,  Kwangsi,  1906. 

H(JANS  SHA.O-CHUN,  General 
(Foo;.'HO\v),  native  of  Hunan; 
Commander  in  Chief,  Fukien,  Oct., 
1893;  Admiral  of  the  Yangtze,  Oct., 
1894;  Commander-in-Chief,  Fukien, 
June,  1931 ;  resigned,  March,  1908, 
ill-health. 

HUANG  TSUN-HSIE*   (PEKING), 

Chinese  Official  Service  ;  native  of  ' 
Kwantung ;  provincial  graduate. 
Expectant  Taotai  and  Consul- 
General  at  Singapore,  1893 ;  Chief 
Secretary,  Admiralty  affairs, 
Tientsin,  Jan.,  1896;  appointed 
Minister  to  Germany,  Nov.,  1S96, 
but  did  not  proceed  ;  Salt  Taotai, 
H  u  nan,  June,  1897 ;  Envoy 
Plenipotentiary  to  Japan,  Aug., 
1893,  but  did  not  proceed. 

HJBBARD,  RBV.  George  Henry 
(PAGODA  ANCHORAGE),  B.A.,  B.D.  ; 
Congregational  Clergyman ;  Mis- 
sionary of  American  Board ;  b. 
Jan.,  11,  1853,  at  Westhaven,  Conn., 
U.S.A.;  m.  July  24,  1884,  Ellen 


Louisa  Peet.  Educ. :  Common 
School,  Newhaven ;  High  School ; 
Hopkins  Grammar  School ;  Yale 
College  ;  Yale  D  i  v  in  i  t  y  School. 
The  first  to  establish  a  Christian 
Endeavour  Society  in  China,  March 
29,  1885,  at  Foochow;  since  Nov., 
1884,hasbeen  Evangelist  Missionary 
of  A.B.C.F.M.  in  districts  south 
East  of  Foochow ;  started  the 
colloquial  paper  "  Banyan  City 
News  " ;  home  on  furlough  in  1893-4 
and  1901-2  when  assisted  in  raising 
funds  for  the  building  of  the  Abbie 
B.  Child  Memoi'ial  School  for 
girls  at  Changloh,  built  1904-5. 
Publications:  Coadjutor  with  Rev. 
Robert  Stewart,  martyr  of 
Hausang,  1895,  in  preparation  of 
m.ss.  for  publication  of  first  edition 
of  "Foochow  Colloquial  New 
Testament";  Poems  "Thought 
Meanders  by  Min  Waters,"  articles 
in  Chinese  Recorder  and  U.S. 
papers.  Address:  Pagoda  Anchor- 
rage,  near  Foochow,  China. 

HUBBOCK,  Arthur  Benison  (KUALA 
LUMPUR),  A.R.I.B.A.  ;  Architect, 
b.  April  13,  1871.  Appointed  chief 
draughtsman,  Public  Works  De- 
partment, Selangor,  May,  1895 ; 
acting  District  Engineer,  Ulu 
Langat,  Nov.,  1898;  acting  Factory 
Engineer,  Kuala  Lumpur,  Sept., 
1897  ;  resigned  Dec.,  1897 ;  Architec- 
tural Assistant  and  Executive 
Engineer,  3rd  Grade,  Office  of 
Director  of  Public  Works,  July, 
1901.  Address:  Kuala  Lumpur, 
Selangor,  Federated  Malay  States- 

HUCKABY,  Dr.  Egbert  M.  (LAICHOW- 
FU),  M.D. ;  Physician  and  Surgeon  ; 
b.  May  29,  1875  ;  m.  Fannie  L.  Ray, 

14Q 


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of  Mount  Enterprise,  Texas,  U.S.A. 
Educ.  :  Mississippi  College.  Assis- 
tant Physician  in  East  End  Dis- 
pensary, Memphis,  Tennessee ; 
after  graduating  in  medicine,  1904, 
took  special  courses  and  obtained 
diploma  in  Physical  Diagnosis  and 
in  Surgery  ;  was  converted  in  1895 
and  joined  Presbyterian  Church 
of  Wills  Point  Texas  ;  joined  First 
Baptist  Church  of  Memphis,  Texas  ; 
applied  to  Foreign  Mission  Board 
of  Richmond,  Ya,  and  was  appoint- 
ed to  take  charge  of  medical  work, 
Laichow-fu,  Nov.  3,  1904.  Address  : 
Laichow-fu,  Shantung,  China. 

HUDSON,  Hon.  Herbert  Henry  (PE- 
NAXG),  Solicitor  General ;  b.  July 
18, 1855,  at  Portsmouth,  s.  of  Henry 
Hudson  ;  in,  Ethel  Maud,  o.  c.  of 
T.  H.  Dickens.  Educ. :  Diocesan 
Grammar  School,  Portsmouth ; 
College  Morat,  Switzerland.  Ad- 
mitted a  solicitor  in  England  Nov., 
1877  ;  practised  at  Portsmouth  and 
London ;  admitted  advocate  and 
Solicitor,  Supreme  Court,  Straits 
Settlements,  April,  1887;  joined 
the  Government  Service  of  Straits 
Settlements,  Dec.,  1888  and  has 
since  held  various  appointments 
in  service ;  acted  as  Attorney- 
General  in  1904 ;  passed  examina- 
tion in  Malay  in  1890 ;  draughts- 
man of  a  number  of  Legislative 
Enactments  and  of  a  Code  of  Civil 
Procedure  for  Straits  Settlements, 
not  yet  brought  into  force.  Ad- 
dress :  Penang,  Straits  Settlements, 
and  Hatter's  Croft,  Sawbridge- 
worth,  Herts,  England. 

HUGHES,  Edward  Jones  (HONGKONG), 
Auctioneer  ;  partner  in  the  firm  of 


Hughes  and  Hough,  share,  coal 
and  general  brokers,  auctioneers 
to  the  Government,  etc.  Club  : 
Hongkong.  Address:  Hongkong. 

HUGHES,  George  E.  E.  H.  (NEGRI 
SEMBILAN),  Assistant  Warden  of 
Mines  ;  b.  Oct.  15,  1874.  Inspector 
of  Mines  at  Kuala  Lumpur,  Jan., 
1900;  Inspector  of  Mines,  Langat, 
June,  1900 ;  Assistant  Warden  of 
Mines,  Negri  Sembilan,  1902. 
Address  :  Negri  Sembilan,  Fede- 
rated Malay  States. 

HUGHES,  J.  Owe  a  (HONGKONG), 
Merchant ;  partner  in  firm  of  Harry 
Wicking  and  Co.,  General  Mer- 
chants. After  eight  years  in  Colonial 
export  business  in  London  came 
to  the  Far  East  in  1900.  Address: 
c/o  Harry  Wicking  and  Co.,  St. 
George's  Building,  Hongkong. 

HUGHES,  Michael  (Kit  NGCHOW), 
B.A.,  LL.B.;  1st  class  Assistant  H.B. 
II.  Consular  Service.  Educ. :  Boya 

>  University,  Ireland.  Appointed 
Student  Interpreter  in  Siam,  Aug. 
31,  1891 ;  transferred  to  China. 
March  7,  1893;  acting  Vice-Consul 
at-  Pagoda  Island,  1896  and  1898 ; 
promoted  1st  class  Assistant,  Feb.. 
24,  1900 ;  acting  Vice-Consul  at 
Pagoda  Island,  1900  to  1902  ;  Vice- 
Consul  at  Foochow,  1902;  acting 
Consul  at" Kiungchow  and  Pakhoi, 
1904.  Address:  H.B.M.  Consulate, 
Kiungchow,  China. 

HUKE.  Alfred  N.  (HONGKONG),  Senior 
of  Brewer  and  Co.'s  Bookselling 
Establishment;  b.  1845,  s.  of  late  Dr. 
Huke,  Ludham, 'Norfolk.  Senior  of 
firm  A.  and  W.  Huke,  for  10  years 


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stationers  to  H.M.  the  King:,  1874-89; 
arrived  at  Shanghai,  1899 ;  Hong- 
kong, 1896.  Addrexi*  :  Queen's 
Road,  Hongkong. 

HULL,  Lieut.-Colonel  John  Adley 
(MANILA),  Judge  Advocate,  U.S. 
Array;  b.  Aug.  7,  1874;  MI.  Greta 
Chase,  d.  of  John  W.  Chase  of  Des 
Moines,  Iowa.  Educ. :  Collegiate 
and  Law  Departments,  University 
of  Iowa.  Was  engaged  in  practise 
of  law  at  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  until 
the  war  with  Spain ;  was  with 
Expedition  to  Porto  Rico,  1898 ; 
Judge  Advocate  on  staff  of  Com- 
manding General,  Manila,  March, 
1899  to  Sept.,  1900;  J.  A.  Dept., 
California,  Dec.,  1900  to  Dec.,  190'U  ; 
J.  A.  Dept.,  Missouri,  Dec.,  1902,  to 
Dec.,  1903;  on  duty,  Office  of  J.  A. 
General,  U.S.  Army,  Washington, 
D.C.,  Dec.,  1903  to  Dec.,  1904  ;  Judge 
Advocate,  Philippine  Division  since 
Jan.,  1905.  Clubs :  Metropolitan, 
Washington  ;  Cosmos,  San  Fran- 
cisco ;  Army  and  Navy  and  Univer- 
sity, Manila.  Address:  Fort 
Santiago,  Manila,  Philippine 
Islands. 

HULL,  Willard  B.  (HANKOW),  Vice 
and  Deputy  Consul-General  of  the 
U.S.  of  America. 

HULLETT,  Richmond  William 
(SINGAPORE),  M.A. ;  Cambridge, 
Director  of  Public  Instruction. 
Principal  of  Raffles  Instruction, 
Straits  Settlements,  Feb.,  1871; 
acting  Inspector  of  Schools, 
Straits  Settlements,  1874-1876  ; 
acting  Director  of  Public  Instruc- 
tion, April  11,  1903.  Club  :  Singa- 
pore. A  ddress  :  Singapore, 
Straits  Settlements. 


HUME,  Lt. -Colonel  Charles  Vernon 
(TOKYO),  D.S.O.,  P.S.C. ;  Lieut, 
Colonel,  R.F.A.,  British  Military 
Attache";  b.  July  12,1860;  m.  1897, 
Ursula,  d.  of  R.  D.  Marshall, 
D.L.,  of  Castlerigg,  Cumberland. 
Educ.  :  Marlborough  and  R.  M. 
Academy,  Woolwich  ;  1st  Commis- 
sion, 1879  ;  A.D.^.  to  Ccmmamler- 
in-Chief  in  India  (Lord  Roberts) 
1885-1892  ;  Military  Governor  to 
H.R.H.,  Crown  Prince  of  Siam, 
1896-99 ;  Military  Attache",  Tokyo, 
1903;  Bunna  Campaign,  188S-87 ; 
South  African  War,  1900;  attached 
1st  Japanese  Army  in  Manchuria, 
1904-05.  Club:  Army  and  Navy. 
Adrift**:  British  Kmbassy,  Tokyo. 

HUME,  William  James  Parke  (TAI- 
PING),  Federated  Malay  States 
Civil  Service;  b.  Jan.  25,  1866;  w. 
May  12,  1903,  Alice,  e.  d.  of  George 
Stevenson,  of  OakelighBrombrough, 
Cheshire.  Educ. :  Haileybury  Col- 
lege ;  Bonn-am-Rhein,  and  at 
Brussels.  Appointed  to  Perak  Civil 
Service,  1888;  assistant  Collector 
and  Magistrate,  Batang  Padang, 
1890;  acted  as  Collector  of  Land 
Revenue,  Kinta,  1891 ;  Registrar  of 
Titles,  1896;  Warden  of  Mines, 
Selangor,  1899;  District  Officer, 
Ulu  Pahang,  1900 ;  District  Officer, 
Ulu  Selangor,  1901 ;  District  Officer, 
New  Territory,  Perak,  1903 ;  District 
Officer,  Batang  Padang,  1904  ; 
Senior  Magistrate,  Perak,  1904-1905; 
Secretary  to  Resident,  Perak,  1905  ; 
received  special  thanks  of  the  Go- 
vernment for  suppressing  Ulu 
S^langor  riots,  in  Feb.,  1902. 
Clubs  :  Sports,  London  ;  and  20 
Clubs  in  Federated  Malay  States, 


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and  Straits  Settlements.    -Address: 
Taiping,  Perak,   Federated   Malay  ft 

States. 

HUMPHREYS,  Hsnry  (HONGKONG), 
J.P.  ;  partner  in  the  firm  J.  D. 
Humphreys  and  Son,  land  an  I 
estate  agents;  b.  Hongkong,  1867. 
Educ.  :  St.  Helen's  College,  South - 
sea.  Arrived  in  Hongkong  in  188P, 
and  became  associated  with  Mr. 
J.  D.  Humphreys ;  was  taken  into 
partnership,  1896 ;  is  a  member  of 
the  Sanitary  Board  ;  appointed  on 
May  11,  1936,  to  the  Commission  to 
inquire  into  the  administration  of 
the  Public  Health  and  Building 
Ordinance  of  1933.  Clubs  :  Sports, 
London  ;  Jockey,  Tennis,  Bowling 
an  I  Golf,  Hougkon^.  Addn <  **  ; 
"  Abartholwyn,"  Peak  Rxad,  Hong- 
kong. 

HUMPHREYS,  William  Griffith 
(HONGKONG),  Merchant;  Senior 
partner  of  W.  G.  Humphreys  &  Co., 
London  and  Hongkong  ;  b.  Dec.  21, 
1842  ;  in.  1875.  Educ.  :  Gloster 
Grammar  School.  Came  to  the 
East  in  1870.  Address:  4  Queen's 
Gardens,  Peak  Road,  Hongkong. 

HUNTER,  H.  E.  R.  (SHANGHAI),  Mana- 
ger, Hongkong  and  Shanghai 
Banking  Corporation.  Formerly  in 
Hongkong  and  branches  elsewhere; 
has  been  in  the  East  about  25  years. 
Club:  Shanghai.  Address:  12,  The 
Bund,  Shanghai,  China. 

HUNTER,  Dr.  William  (HONGKONG), 
M.B.,  C.M.,  Aberdeen  (Honours), 
F.R.I.P.H.,  London  ;  Government 
Bacteriologist,  Director  of 
Bacteriological  Institute,  and 


Medical  Officer  in  charge  of  the 
Govt.  Public  Mortuary ;  Lecturer 
in  Pathology  and  Bacteriology, 
School  of  Medicine  for  Chinese, 
Hongkong;  b.  May  25,  1875  at 
Mat-duff,  Banffshire,  Scotland, 
*.  of  late  Rev.  W.  Hunter,  Macduff, 
Scotland ;  in.  1902,  Marie  Alice,  d. 
of  James  Rae,  of  Culter,  Aberdeen- 
shire.  Educ. :  Milne's  Institution, 
Foehabers  ;  Robert  Gordon's  Col- 
lege ;  King's  College;  Marischal 
College,  Aberdeen;  University  ^:" 
Leipzig,  University  of  Berlin, 
Germany  ;  King's  College ;  West 
London  Hospital ;  most  distin- 
guished Medical  Graduate,  Aber- 
deen University,  189J ;  James 
Anderson  Medallist  and  Scholar, 
Aberdeen,  1896  ;  John  Murray 
Medallist  and  Scholar,  Aberdeen 
and  Middlesex  Hospital, 
Lond.,  1896 ;  George  Thompson 
Travelling  Fellowship,  1897-99 ; 
Acting  Medical  and  Surgical 
Officer,  Royal  Infirmary,  Aberdeen, 
1896;  Laboratory  Assistant,  Patho- 
logical Department,  Aberdeen  Uni- 
versity, 1897  ;  Clinical  Assistant 
National  Hospital  for  Paralysed 
and  Epileptic,  London,  1899-190(1 ; 
Laboratory  Assistant,  Neuropaths- 
logical  Laboratory,  King's  College, 
London,  1900 ;  Assistant  Bacterio- 
logist, London  Hospital,  19JO-01  ; 
Director  of  Pathological  Institute, 
Lond.  Hospital,  1931;  Member  of 
British  Medical  Association,  Mem- 
ber of  Neurological  and  Pliysi.  - 
logical  Societies  of  Great  Britain  ; 
Fellow  of  the  Royal  Institute  of 
Public  Health,  London ;  Member 
of  Commission  appointed  )>y 


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Government  of  Hongkong,  to 
enquire  into  Excessive  .Infantile 
Mortality  amongst  Chinese,  1903. 
Pttblications :  "Epidemic  and 
Epizootic  Plague,"  Hongkong,  1904; 
"A  Research  into  the  Etiology  of 
Beriberi  "  (jointly)  1906  ;  "  Reports 
of  the  Government  Bacteriologist 
for  the  year  1932  to  19C6  inclusive  ; 
numerous  contributions  to  Medical 
literature  from  year  1897,  chiefly 
contained  in  "Journal  of  Anato- 
my," 1897  ;  "  Brain,"  1899  ;  "  Journal 
of  Pathology,"  19 JO  ;  "  Journal  of 
State  Medicine,"  1900;  "Central- 
blatt  der  Bakteriologie,"  1901-05; 
"Lancet,"  1901 -05.  "British  Medi- 
cal Journal,"  19J2-06 ;  "  Journal  of 
Preventive  Medicine,"  1905,  "Jour- 
nal of  Tropical  Medicine,"  1905. 
Club  :  Hongkong.  Address:  Moun- 
tain View,  The  Peak,  Hongkong. 

HCJNTINGTON,  Rev.  Daniel  Turnbull 
(ICHANG),  B.A.  ;  Clergyman  ;  b.  Aug. 
4,  1863.  Educ. :  Hartford,  Conn.  ; 
Yale ;  Berkeley  Divinity  School. 
Missionary  in  charge  of  several 
Stations  in  Hankow  district,  1895- 
1900 ;  in  America,  Nov.,  1900,  to 
Nov.,  1901 ;  Missionary  in  charge  of 
American  Church  Mission,  Ichang, 
since  Dec.,  1901.  Publications  :  "  A 
Chinese  Primer."  Address  :  Ameri- 
can Church  Mission,  Ichang,  China. 

HdNTLEY,  Dr.  George  A.  (HANYANU), 
M.D. ;  Medical  Missionary  con- 
nected with  the  American  Baptist 
Missionary  Union  ;  6.  June  13,  1865. 
m.  Oct.  15,  1898.  Educ.:  Pastors. 
College,  London,  Universities  of 
New  York  and  Vermont.  Arrived  in 
China,  in  May,  1889;  first  term  of 
service  spent  in  Shensi ;  in  1897 


founded  the  Hanyang  Medical  Mis- 
sion, and  now  engaged  in  the 
erection  of  a  large  plant  for  in- 
patient  and  out-patient  work.  A  d- 
dress :  Hanyang,  via  Hankow, 
China. 

HURSTHOUSE,  Hanry  (HOMJKO.NU), 
Solicitor  and  Notary  Public ;  b. 
April  22,  1871.  Educ.  :  Central 
Foundation  School,  and  University 
College,  London.  Acting  Crown 
Solicitor,  Hongkong,  twice  ;  acting- 
Secretary  City  Hall,  1902.  Club: 
Hongkong.  Address  :  Supreme 
Court  House,  Hongkong. 

HUTCHINSON,  Rev.  Arthur  Blocksy 
(FUKUOKA),  Missionary  ;  b.  Aug.  -24, 
1841,  at  Islington,  London  ;  m.  1870, 
Sarah,  d.  late  Joseph  Wippell,  of 
Exeter  ;  in  1882,  Elizabeth  W.,  d.  of 
late  R.  Gibbings,  of  Brenton. 
Educ.  :  Privately  and  Church  Mis- 
sionary College,  Islington.  Curate 
Broomfield,  Essex,  1870-1 ;  incum- 
bent St.  Stephen's,  Hongkong, 
C.MS.,  1871-82;  Missionary,  Naga- 
saki, 1882-88;  St.  Alpha  Clnm-li, 
Fukuoka,  1888  ;  exam,  chaplain  to 
Bishop  Evington,  1895  ;  commissary 
for  diocese,  1891  ;  acting  Secretary, 
C.M.S.,  Kyushyu,  1903  ;  acting  Sec. 
Japan  Miss.,  1906 ;  appointed  by  Sir 
R.  Kennedy,  Governor,  to  assist  in 
drawing  up  a  scheme  for  grants  in 
aid  to  Mission  Schools  for  Colony 
of  Hongkong,  and  preparing  text 
books  in  1876.  Publications  :  Old 
Test.  Primer  Parallel  Harmony 
Gospel ;  Athauasian  Cree;l  (in 
classical  Chinese) ;  Book  of  Psalms , 
Book  of  Common  Prayer ;  Book  of 
Com.  Prayer  Ordinal  and  Service  ; 
The  39  Articles  (in  Cantonese); 


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various  articles  in  Chinese  Review 
and  Chinese  Recorder  ;  "  The  Mind 
of  Mencius,''  from  German  of 
Faber  Trubner  (in  English) ;  Ser- 
mons on  Christian  Life  '.  Easy  Pre- 
paration for  Baptism,  5th  Edition  ; 
The  39  articles  ;  Parallel  Harmony 
Gospel ,  Catechism  of  Christian 
Religion  ;  Dale  on  Atonement  ; 
Zishop  Lightfoot  on  the  Christian 
Ministry ;  "  The  Gospel  and  counter- 
feit ";  Urquhart  on  Esther;  Sir  R. 
Anderson  on  the  Gospel  and  its 
Ministry ;  Gomm.  on  39  Articles ; 
Dr.  Bullinger's  Sermons  on  the 
•Second  Advent  (in  Japanese).  Ad- 
<//•<•**  :  23  Hamano-machi,  Fuknoka, 
Japan. 

HU  TING -KAN  (NANCHANG),  ex- 
Governor  ;  native  of  Honau  ; 
Metropolitan  graduate,  1874.  Grain 
Intendent,  Fukien,  Sept.,  1898; 
Judge,  Hunan,  Sept.,  1899;  Treasur- 
er, Shantung,  Dec.,  1900 ;  do., 
Kiangsu,  Aug.,  1904;  acting  Go- 
vernor, Shantung,  Oct.,  1904;  Go- 
vernor of  Kiangsi,  Jan.,  1904 ; 
degraded  in  connection  with  Nan- 
chang  massacre  of  Missionaries, 
April,  1906. 

HUTTENBACH,  Hon.  August  (SINGA- 
PORE), Merchant ;  //.  1850,  at  Worms- 
am-Rhein ;  m.  Clara  Trevelyan,  d. 
of  late  Rev.  Nicholas  Frank  Hill, 
Allan  Court,  Cheltenham.  Ednc.  : 
Latin  College,  Worms-am-Rhein. 
Served  in  the  Franco-German  war 
in  1870;  arrived  in  East,  1872; 
founder  and  senior  partner  of 
Hiittenbach  Brothers  and  Co., 
Singapore,  Penang,  and  London  ; 
and  Hiittenbach,  Liebert  and  Co., 
Penang  ;  Capt. -Commandant,  Pe- 


nang Volunteer  Fire  Brigade,  1879  ; 
opened  new  steam  communications 
witli  Penang -Selangor,  Straits- 
Coromandel  Coast,  etc. ;  created  all 
British  Mail  line  from  Europe  via 
Bombay-Negapatam-St raits  Settle- 
ments ;  member  of  Legislative 
Council,  1894-96  and  1905-6;  authoiity 
on  currency  question.  Publica- 
tions: "The  Silver  Standard  and 
the  Straits  Currency  question,"  and 
sundry  essays.  Addrexx  :  Singa- 
pore, Straits  Settlements. 

HU  WEI-TE  (PEKING),  late  Chinese 
Minister  to  Russia  ;  ni.  1893,  Tcheng 
Yung-Hua,  d.  of  Tcheng  Yo-Houng 
of  the  Chinese  official  service. 
Editc. :  College  of  the  Kiangnan 
Arsenal,  Shanghai.  Joined  official 
service  at  Peking,  1888  ;  appointed 
attache"  to  the  Legation  at  London, 
1890 ;  at  Paris,  1890 ;  Secretary  of 
Legation,  Washington,  1893;  Secre- 
tary of  Legation,  St.  Petersburg, 
1897  ;  Delegate  at  the  Hague  Peace 
Conference,  1899  ;  Councillor  of 
Legation,  1900;  Charge  d'Affaires, 
St.  Petersburg,  1902 ;  appointed 
Minister  Plenipotentiary  and  En- 
voy Extraordinary,  June  28,  1  £(2 
delegate  to  Red  Cross  Convention, 
1904;  returned  to  China,  1906. 
Addffss:  Peking,  China. 

HU  YU-FEN,  (SHANTUNG),  Governor 
native  of  Anlnvei ;  metropolitan 
graduate,  1874.  Taotai,  Tientsin, 
July,  1886;  Judge,  Kwangsi,  Aug., 
1891  ;  Administrator-General  of 
Northern  Railways,  Dec.,  1895; 
Governor  of  Peking,  Jan.,  189o  ; 
Expectant  Vice  -  President  and 
Minister,  Tsung-li-Yamen,  Nov.. 
1898  ;  relieved  of  duty  at  Tsung-li- 


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Yamen,  Nov.,  1898 ;  removed  from 
railway  administration,  Jan.,  1899; 
appointed  Assistant  Military  Ad- 
ministrator for  restoration  of  order, 
July,  1901 ;  Assistant  Administrator 
of  Northern  Railways,  Jan.,  1902; 
Junior  Vice-President,  Board  of 
Punishments,  March,  1902;  Go- 
vernor of  Shantung,  19C6. 

HYNDMAN  JONES,  William  Henry 
(KUALA  LUMPUtt),  LL.B. ;  Chief 
Judicial  Commissioner  ;  &.  Aug.,  9, 
1847;  m.  1882.  Educ. :  Marlbor- 
ough  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge. 
Called  to  Bar,  Lincoln's  Inn,  and 
practised,  1878 ;  acting  Senior 
Police  Magistrate,  and  Commis- 
•  sioner  to  inquire  into  adminis- 
tration and  working  of  police  force, 
Barbadoes,  1880;  acting  Judge  of 
Court  of  Appeal,  1881 ;  Magistrate, 
1st  District,  St.  Lucia,  1881; 
Member  of  Legislative  Council, 
Windward  Islands,  1881 ;  Delegate 
to  West  Indian  Telegraph  Con- 
ference, 1882 ;  acting  Chief  Justice 


of  St.  Lucia  and  Tobago,  1883 ; 
acting  Attorney  General  and 
Member  of  Executive  Council,  1883 ; 
acting  Chief  Justice  of  St.  Lucia 
and  Tobago,  member  of  Windward 
Court  of  Appeal,  1886 ;  Magistrate 
and  member  of  Executive  and 
Legislative  Council,  Grenada,  1887  ; 
Resident  Magistrate  for  Westmore- 
land, Jamaica,  1888  :  St.  Thomas- 
Ye-East,  1890  ;  St.  Catherine,  1891 ; 
city  and  parish  of  Kingston,  1892 ; 
acting  Puisne  Judge,  1893;  acting- 
Attorney  General  and  member  of 
Executive  Council,  189<> ;  Super- 
numerary Resident  Magistrate  for 
Jamaica,  1896;  Puisne  Judge,  Straits- 
Settlements,  1893;  acting  Judicial 
Commissioner  for  Federated  Malay 
States  in  addition  to  other  duties, 
1903 ;  Judicial  Commissioner, 
Federated  Malay  States,  1904  ;  Chief 
Judicial  Commissioner  since  Jan. 
1,  1906.  Ch'b:  Albemarle.  Ad- 
r//v;x.N-  .-  Kuala  Lumpur,  Federated 
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IBRAHIM,  His  Highness  (JOHOHE), 
K.C.M.G.,  Sultan  of  Johore;  b. 
Sept.  17,  1873,  e.  s.  of  late  Sultan 
Alubakar,  G.C.M.G.,  K.C.S.I. ;  in. 
(about)  1892.  Proclaimed,  Sept.  7, 
1895  ;  crowned,  Nov.  2,  1895  ;  is  a 
•daring  and  famed  big  game  shot 
and  keen  rider  and  automobilist. 
Heir,  s.  Ismail  Trunku  Makote,  b. 
Oct.  28,  1894.  Address:  Johore 
Bharu,  Johore  ;  Tyersall,  Singa- 
pore, Straits  Settlements. 

ICHIHARA,  Morihiro  (YOKOHAMA), 
Mayor  of  Yokohama"  ;  b.  K ama- 
in oto,  April,  1856.  E  due.  : 
Doshisha,  Kyoto.  Entered  Bank 
of  Japan  about  1895,  (then  Baron 
•Shibuzawa's  Bank),  and  was  ap- 
pointed Manager  of  Bank's  Yoko- 
hama branch ;  elected  Mayor  of 
Yokohama,  190-2.  Address:  Yoko- 
hama, Japan. 

ICHIJI,  Major  -  General  Kosuke 
(TOKYO),  Artillery  branch,  1.  J. 
Army  ;  b.  Satsuma,  Nov.,  1854. 
Entered  Army,  1871,  appointed  a 
member  of  General  Staff;  was  on 
the  staff  of  General  Oyama  in 
Chino-Japanese  War ;  afterwards 
Military  Attache  to  Japanese  Lega- 
tion at  London  and  Seoul ;  Chief 
.Staff  Officer  under  General  Nogi 


in  late  War  witli  Russia.  Address  : 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

i 
ICHIKI.    KitDkuro  (TOKYO),    LL.D.; 

Professor  of  Tokyo  University;  b. 
April,  1865,  at  Sbizuoka.  Educ.  : 
Germany,  1890-93.  Has  held  pre- 
sent office  and  has  als*  been  Chief 
Councillor  of  Home  Office  since 
1894;  Director  of  Legislative 
Bureau,  since  1902 ;  nominated  to 
House  of  Peers  in  1900.  Address: 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

IDE,  Hon.  Henry  C.  (MANILA),  LL.D.  ; 
Lawyer,  Governor-General  of  Phi- 
lippine Islands;  b.  Sept.  18,  1844;  m. 
O^t.  26,  1871,  to  Mary  M.  Melcher. 
Educ. :  Dartmouth  College,  gra- 
duated, 1866.  Admitted  to  bar, 
1870 ;  States  Attorney,  Vermont, 
U.S.A.,  1878-80;  President,  State 
Conventions,  1884 ;  Senator,  1882- 
83-84-85-86  ;  United  States  Commi- 
ssioner to  Samoa,  1891;  Chief 
Justice  of  Samoa  by  joint  appoint- 
ment of  Great  Britain,  Germany 
and  U.S.A.,  1893-97  ;  U.S.  Philippine 
Commissioner,  1900-06 ;  Secretary 
of  Finance  and  Justice,  P.I.,  1901-00, 
Vice-Governor,  1903-06 ;  Acting 
Governor,  1905-06 ;  Governor 
General,  1906;  received  degree  of 
LL.D.  from  Dartmouth  College, 


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1900,  and  from  Tuft's  College,  1903. 
Publications:  Various  articles  for 
reviews  and  magazines.  Clubs : 
University  ;  Aimy  and  Navy  ; 
Columbia,  Manila.  Address:  Mani- 
la, Philippine  Islands. 

IEJIMA,  Kai  (TOKYO),  Dr.  of  Science, 
Prof,  of  Tokyo  Univ. ;  b.  June,  1861, 
Hamamatsu.  Educ. :  Leipzig,  1882- 
1886.  Appointed  to  present  posi- 
tion in  1886.  Address:  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

IIMORI,  Teizo  (TOKYO),  Prof,  of  the 
Ladies'  Higher  Normal  School ;  b. 
Saga,  Aug.,  1851.  Educ.  :  Germany, 
1884-1887.  Address:  Tokyo,  Japan. 

IKEBE,  Kichitaro  (TOKYO),  Journ- 
alist ;  Chief  Editor  of  T  o  k  y  o 
"  Asahi "  ;  b.  Kumamoto,  1861. 
Educ.  :  In  France  for  several 
years.  Adopted  Journalism  as  a 
profession  about  1887  ;  for  several 
years  acted  in  North  China  as 
.special  correspondent  of  Osaka 
"Asahi."  Addrefs:  Tokyo,  Japan. 

IKEDA,  Baron  Kensai  (TOKYO),  Dr. 
of  Medicine,  Chief  Physk-iaii-in- 
Ordinary  at  Court;  b.  Nov.,  1841, 
at  Echigo.  Educ. :  G  e  r  m  a  n  y  , 
1870-1876.  Appointed  Surgeon- 
Colonel  in  1876;  cr.  Baron  1899. 
Address :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

IKEDA.  Kenzo  (TOKYO),  banker:  b., 
Tajima,  Dec.  1856.  M  a  n  a  g  i  n  g 
Director  of  One  Hundred  Bank, 
since  1883 ;  Chairman  of  Japan 
Commercial  Association.  Address  : 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

I-KU  (T'AI-VUEN),  Commissioner  for  Re- 
clamation ;  native  of  Manchuria  ; 


metropolitan  graduate,  1892.  As- 
sistant Supervisor  of  Instruction, 
June,  1900  ;  sub-Chancellor,  Grand 
Secretariat,  July,  1900  ;  Senior  Vice- 
President,  Board  of  War,  Feb.,  1901 ; 
Deputy  Lieut.-General,  Bordered 
Blue  Banner  Corps,  Nov.,  1901 ;. 
Tartar  -  General,  Sni-Yuan-Ch'eng, 
Oct.,  1903 ;  Commissioner  for  Re- 
clamation of  Waste  Lands,  T'ai- 
yuen-fu,  Shansi,  !!)().",. 

I-K'UANG  (PEKix;),  Prince  Ching  -r 
Imperial  Clansman  ;  b.  1836.  Prince 
of  the  2nd  order,  1884 ;  President, 
Tsung-li  Yamen,  April,  1884;  2nd 
Director  of  Imperial  Clan  Court,. 
Associate  Director,  Board  of 
Admiralty,  Oct.,  1885;  Grand  Cham- 
berlain ;  Vice-President,  Imperial 
Clan  Court;  Lieut.-General,  Border- 
ed Yellow  Banner  Corps;  Supt. 
of  Customs  ami  Octroi,  Peking, 
Aug.,  1891;  Director-General,  Board 
of  Admiralty,  Sept.,  1891;  Director- 
Imperial  Equipage  Department ; 
Superintendent,  Imperial  Armoury; 
Prince  of  1st  order,  Feb.,  1894  ; 
President,  Council  of  Government 
April,  1901 ;  President,  (Tsung-li 
Yamen)  Board  of  Foreign  Affairs, 
July,  1901;  President  Council  of 
Army  Organisation,  Nov.,  1903 ; 
High  Commissioner  to  negotiate 
ante-bellum  treaty  with  Japanese, 
re  Manchuria,  Dec.,  1905 ;  an 
official  high  in  Imperial  favour,, 
though  disliked  by  the  Emperor. 

ILIFF,  Et.  Rev.  Geoffrey  Durnford 
(CiiEFOO),  Bishop  of  Shantung, 
exclusive  of  Territory  ceded  to 
Germany  in  1898  ;  b.  Oct.  7,  1867, 
5th,  s.  of  Rev.  George  Iliff,  Head- 
master of  Hall  School,  Sunderland  -T 


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in.  1898,  F.S.,  c .  d.  of  T.  Stephens,  of 
Deal.  Educ. :  St.  Edmund's  School, 
Canterbury;  St.  Augustine's  College 
Canterbury.  1st  class  University 
Prelim,  for  candidates  for  Holy 
Orders,  1889  ;  Deacon,  1891 ;  Priest, 
1892.  Missionary  at  Tai  An-fu, 
1890-1894;  Peking,  1894-1895;  Ping 
Yin,  1895-1897  ;  Tientsin,  1898-1903  ; 
4,'onsecrated  1st  Bishop  of  Shantung 
at  Lambeth  Palace  Chapel  by 
Archbishop  of  Canterbury,  assisted 
by  Bishops  of  AYakefield,  Stepney, 
Corea  and  Bishop  Montgomery, 
19U3.  Address:  May  to  Sept.,  St. 
I  'eter's,  Chef oo,  North  China  ;  Sept. 
to  May,  Tai  An-fu,  Shantung, 
North  China. 

INAGAKI,  Manjiro  (BANGKOK),  B.A. ; 
Japanese  Minister  at  Bangkok ; 
b.  1861,  at  Hirado.  Ed '.i.e.  :  Tokyo 
Imperial  University ;  Cambridge 
University,  England.  Was  lecturer 
of  Peers'  School  and  Tokyo  Higher 
Commercial  School ;  Minister  at 
Bangkok  since  1897  ;  promoted 
Envoy  Extraordinary  and  Minister 
Plenipotentiary,  1905.  Publication*: 
"The  Far  East."  Address :  Japanese 
Legation,  Bangkok,  Siam. 

INGLEHART,  Rev.  Edwin  Taylor 
(TOKYO),  A.B.,  B.D.;  &.  Nov.  29, 1878. 
Educ.:  Columbia  University  ;  Drew- 
Theological  Seminary.  Member  of 
New  York  Methodist  Conference, 
1899-1904 ;  member  of  Japan  Con- 
ference, 1904.  Address:  Aoyama, 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

INGRAM,  Dr.  James  H.  (NORTH 
Ti'NGCHOU),  M.D.  ;  Medical  Mis- 
sionary, b.  Sept.  21,  1858,  at  Ohio, 
U.S.A.  Educ.  :  Pennsylvania  Uni- 


versity ;  graduated  in  medicine, 
1883.  Practise'!  in  Cape  May  County, 
N.J.,  until  1887,  when  went  to 
Tungchou  as  Medical  Missionary 
under  appointment  by  A.B.C.F.M. ; 
was  in  British  Legation  during 
siege,  1900  ;  holds  the  chair  of 
Materia  Medica  and  Therapeutics 
and  is  one  of  lecturers  on  Diseases 
of  Eye,  in  Union  Medical  College, 
Peking.  Address  :  North  Tuugchou, 
China. 

INNES,  John  Robert  (SINGAPORE), 
Barrister-at-Law,  Lincoln's  Inn  ; 
Acting  Attorney-General;  b.  Sept.  4, 
1863.  Educ.  :  Edin.  and  Brussels 
Universities.  Cadet,  Straits  Settle- 
ments, Nov.,  1886  ;  passed  in  Malay, 
1889 ;  "District  Officer,  South 
Malacca,  June,  1893;  ditto,  North 
Malacca,  June,  1890 ;  assistant  In- 
dian Immigration  Agent,  Malacca, 
June,  1889 ;  acting  Collector  of 
Land  Revenue  and  Magistrate, 
Malacca,  June  to  Nov.,  1892 ;  passed 
examination  in  Dutch,  1893  ;  acting 
Collector  of  Land  Revenue,  Singa- 
pore, Feb.,  1894 ;  acted  also  as 
Magistrate,  Oct.,  1894,  to  July,  1895, 
and  as  Official  Assignee  and  Re- 
gistrar of  Daeds,  July  to  Oct.,  1895 ; 
acting  assistant  Colonial  Secretary, 
Oct.  to  Dec.,  1895  ;  acting  Collector 
of  Laud  Revenue  and  Officer  in 
Charge  of  Treasury,  also  acting 
Magistrate  and  Deputy  Registrar 
of  Supreme  Court,  M  il  icca,  M  irch, 
1893;  Collector  of  Land  Revenue, 
Penang,  May,  1897;  acting  Senior 
District  Officer,  Province  Wellesley, 
March,  189S ;  acting  1st  Magistrate, 
Penang,  Aug.,  1898  to  April,  1899 ; 
acting  Inspector  of  Prisons,  Straits 

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Settlements,  June,  1900,  to  Jan., 
1903,  and  from  May  to  Dec.,  1901 ; 
Superintendent  of  Census,  1901  ; 
Deputy  Public  Prosecutor,  Singa- 
pore, Jan.,  1902;  Secretary  to  Go- 
vernment, Perak,  Feb.,  1904  ;  acting 
Attorney-General,  Singapore,  1906. 
Clubs :  Singapore.  Address :  Singa- 
pore, Straits  Settlements. 

INOUYE,  Kakugoro  (TOKVO),  M.I'.  : 
b.  Fnknyama,  Oct.,  1859.  Started 
paper  at  Seoul  and  appointed 
adviser  to  Corean  Government, 
1884  ;  behaved  with  great  gallantry 
when,  that  year,  Japanese  Legation 
was  attacked  by  Corean  mob  ;  has 
represented  Hiroshima-ken  in  the 
Lower  House ;  since  1890  ;  Managing 
Director  of  Hokkaido  Coal  and  Rail- 
way Co. ;  Vice-President  of  Tokyo 
Chamber  of  Commerce.  Address  : 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

INOUYE,  Count  Kaoru  (TOKYO), 
G.C.M.G.;  Elder  Statesman;  b.  1835. 
Fought  with  the  Imperialists  in 
war  preceding  Restoration;  secretly 
visited  England  with  Marquis  Ito, 
1864 ;  after  Restoration  appointed 
Vice-Minister  of  Finance ;  des- 
patched to  Corea  as  Vice-Plenipo- 
tentiary to  negotiate  in  regard  to 
.attack  by  Corean  ships  on  Japanese 
vessel,  1876 ;  has  occupied  port- 
folios of  Home  Affairs,  Foreign 
Affairs,  Finance  and  Agriculture 
and  Commei'ce ;  was  for  short 
period  acting  Prime  Minister ; 
after  Chino-Japanese  war  was  ap- 
pointed Minister  to  Corea  and 
Advisor  to  Corean  Court;  created 
Count,  1884:  created  G.C.M.G.  in 
connection  with  Garter  Mission 
entrusted  to  Prince  Arthur  of 


Connaught,    May,    1906.     Ad/In-**  : 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

INOUYE,  Viscount  Katau  (TOKYO), 
Member  of  House  of  Peers  ;  b.  Aug., 
184«,  at  Choshu.  Held  for  many  year* 
post  of  Director-General  of  Govern- 
ment Railways ;  resigned,  1887  ; 
created  Viscount,  1887;  has  been 
engaged  in  business  in  connection 
with  rolling-stock  since  retirement 
from  Government  service.  Aildir**  : 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

INOUYE,  Katsunosuke  (TOKYO), 
Minister  at  Berlin  ;  b.  July,  186:), 
at  Choshu.  Secretary  to  Legation, 
Berlin,  1886 ;  Secretary  and 
Councillor,  Foreign  Office,  1892 ; 
appointed  Minister  to  Berlin,  1898. 
A<l dress:  Berlin,  Germany;  and 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

INOUYE,  Tetsujiro  (TOKYO),  Dr.  of 
Literature  ;  b.  Fukuoka,  Dec.,  1855. 
Educ.  :  Germany  and  France, 
from  1884  to  1899.  Dean  and  Pro- 
fessor of  Literature,  Tokyo  Im- 
perial University,  since  1890. 
Publications:  "Life  of  Buddha"; 
"Oriental  Philosophy,"  etc.  Ad- 
dress  :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

INOUYE,  Admiral  Baron  Yoshika 
(TOKYO),  b.  Satsuma,  Nov.,  1845. 
Appointed  Captain  in  the  Navy, 
1882;  cr.  Baron,  1887;  Vice-Ad- 
miral, 1892  ;  Admiral,  1898  ;  Com- 
mander-in  Chief  of  Yokohama  Ad- 
miralty. Address :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

IUNKAI,  Ki  (TOKYO),  M.P. ;  6.  Okaya- 
ma,  April,  1855.  Editor  of  "  Hochi 
Shimbun"  till  189J ;  has  sat  in 
Lower  House  since  the  inaugura- 
tion of  the  Parliament  and  is  a, 


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member  of  the  Progressive  Party  ; 
appointed  Minister  of  Education 
in  the  Okuma-Itagaki  Cabinet. 
Address :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

IRISAWA,  TatsukicW  (TOKYO),  Dr. 
of  Medicine  ;  b.  at  Echigo.  Educ. : 
Berlin  University.  Professor  of 
Tokyo  University,  since  1895  ; 
Physician -in -Ordinary  to  Court. 
Address:  Tokyo,  Japan. 

IRVING,  Edward  Alexander  (HONG- 
KONG); Inspector  of  Schools;  l>. 
1870.  Transferred  to  Hongkong 
Civil  Service  from  the  Civil  Service 
of  the  Federated  Malay  States  in 
1901.  Address  :  "  Kinta,"  the  Peak, 
Hongkong. 

ISHJGURO,  Isoji  (TOKYO),  Dr.  of 
Engineering  ;  b.  Kanazawa,  June, 
1855.  Educ.  :  England,  1879-1883. 
Appointed  Engineer  of  Navy,  1883, 
to  supervise  construction  of  a 
dockyard ;  took  part  in  work  of 
constructing  water-works  of  Tok- 
yo ;  at  present  has  charge  of 
construction  department  of  Navy. 
Address:  Tokyo,  Japan. 

ISHIGURO,  Baron  Tadama  (TOKYO), 
ex-Surgeon-General  ;  b.  Feb.  11, 
1845,  at  Echigo.  Chief  Surgeon  of 
Osaka  Military  Hospital  during 
Kagoshima  Civil  War,  1877;  pro- 
moted to  Surgeon-Colonel,  1878  ; 
Surgeon-General,  1890;  cr.  Baron, 
1895 ;  resigned  from  army,  1896  ; 
since  then  has  devoted  himself  to 
Bed  Cross  Work;  represented  the 
Red  Cross  Society  at  the  inter- 
national convention  held  in  Ger- 
many, 1890  ;  nominated  Member  of 


House    of   Peers,    1902.     A  duress  : 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

ISHIKAWA,  Chiyomatsu  (TOKYO), 
Dr.  of  Science;  b.  Eihme,  Jan., 
1860.  Educ.:  Germany,  1886-1889. 
Professor  of  Tokyo  Imperial  Univer- 
sity, since  1889.  Publication*  : 
"Protected  Birds":  "Popular 
Evolutionist,"  etc.  Address:  Tok- 
yo, Japan. 

ISHIMOTO,  Shiaroku  (TOKYO),  Vice- 
Minister  of  War;  b.  Jan.,  1854. 
Major-General,  1898 ;  for  some  time 
Director  of  Tokyo  Arsenal;  ap.- 
pointed  Vice-Minister  of  War,  1903 ; 
piomoted  Lieut.-General,  1904. 
Address  :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

ISHIWATARU,  Bin-Ichi  (TOKYO), 
Dr.  of  Law,  Chief  Secretary  of 
Cabinet;  b.  Nov.  1859.  Educ.: 
in  Germany.  Judge  of  Tokyo 
Local  Court  ;  Councillor  of  Depart- 
ment of  Justice  ;  Public  Procurator 
of  Tokyo  Appeal  Court ;  Lecturer 
of  Tokyo  Imperial  University ; 
Director  of  Civil  and  Criminal 
Bureau ;  Vice-Minister  of  Justice 
from  Sept.,  1903,  to  Jan.,  1906;  ap- 
pointed to  present  position,  Jan.. 
1906.  Address  :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

ISHIZUKA,  Yeizo  (TOKYO),  Governor  ; 
b.,  Aizu,  July,  1856.  Appointed 
Legal  Adviser  to  Carean  Govern- 
ment, 1885;  held  post  of  Chief 
Councillor  for  Governor  General 
of  Formosa,  1898-1905;  appointed 
Governor  of  Occupied  Districts  in 
Manchuria,  1905.  Address:  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

ISHUIN,  Vice-Admiral  Goro  (TOKYO), 
Vice  Chief  of  the  Naval  Staff;  /•., 


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S  a  t  s  u  m  a ,  Sept.,  1852.  Educ. : 
England  and  Germany.  Entered 
Navy,  1871 ;  member  of  Naval 
Staff  with  rank  of  Captain  during 
Chine-Japanese  War;  promoted 
Vice- Admiral,  1903;  for  several 
years  was  attached  to  Legation  at 
London ;  while  there  invented  a 
new  fuse,  the  Ishuin  fuse,  which 
was  adopted  by  Imperial  fleet. 
Address :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

ISNARD,  Louis  Antoine  (SAIGON), 
Conseiller,  Cour  d'Appel ;  If.  Feb. 
1,  1852.  Entree  I'Admiuistration 
de  la  Justice,  Jan.  1,  1881.  Ad- 
dress: Saigon,  Cochin-China. 

ITAGAKI,  Count  Taisuke  (TOKYO), 
Founder  of  Liberal  Party  in  Japan- 
ese politics;  b.  April  17,  1837,  at 
Tosa.  Commanded  a  Division  of  Im- 
perial Army  during  war  preceding 
Restoration ;  appointed  Cabinet 
Minister  on  inauguration  of  Im- 
perial Government ;  resigned,  1878 ; 
founded  Liberal  Party,  1881  ;  was 
stabbed,  by  young  reactionary, 
1S81  ;  travelled  through  Europe  and 
America,  1882  ;  created  Count,  1887  ; 
since  1900  has  abandoned  politics. 
Address :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

I-TI  (PEKING),  Vice-president, 
Censorate ;  Imperial  Clansman. 
Deputy  Commissioner,  Office  of 
Transmission  ;  Director  of  Ban- 
quetting  Court,  March,  1886 ;  Com- 
missioner, Office  of  Transmission, 
1886  ;  junior  Vice-President,  Court 
of  Censors,  May,  1886 ;  senior,  do., 
1890. 

ITO,  Marquis  Hlrobumi  (SEOUL), 
Japanese  Resident  General  of 


Corea ;  b.  Sept.  2,  1841.  Escaped  to 
England  with  Count  Inouye  in  days 
of  last  Shogun,  and  took  part  ou 
Imperial  side  during  war  which  led 
to  Restoration  ;  appointed  Go- 
vernor of  Hyogo  at  end  of  war; 
sent  to  Europe,  1871,  with  special 
embassy  for  revision  of  treaties  ;  is 
responsible  for  existing  Japanese 
banking  regulations  ;  was  Minister 
of  Works,  1878,  after  proclamation 
of  1881,  announcing  inauguration  of 
representative  government;  10  years 
later  was  despatched  to  Europe 
and  America  to  gather  material  to 
frame  Constitution  for  Japan  ;  was 
founder  of  present  system  of  Go- 
vernment in  Japan  ;  despatched  to 
China  and  concluded  Tientsin 
Treaty  with  late  Li  Hung  Chang, 
1885;  Prime  Ministn  of  Japan, 
1886  ;  upon  inauguration  of  Con- 
stitutional Government  was  Pre- 
sident of  House  of  Peei's;  concluded 
Treaty  of  Shimonoseki  with  late  Li 
Hung  Chang  ;  established  present 
system  of  peerage  in  Japan  ;  ap- 
pointed President  of  Privy  Council ; 
visited  England  with  Prince  Arisu- 
gawa  to  attend  late  Queen's 
Diamond  Jubilee;  has  been 
Prime  Minister  on  five  occasions, 
and  has  filled  almost  every  portfolio 
of  State ;  cr.  Marquis,  1895 ;  ap- 
pointed Resident  General  of  Corea, 
1906 ;  made  Privy  Councillor  of 
C area,  Feb.,  1906.  Decorations:  The 
Grand  Cordon  of  Japan,  etc.  Ad- 
dress :  Residency  General,  Seoul 
Corea. 

ITO,  Baron  Miyoji  (TOKYO),  Privy 
Councillor ;  b.  May,  1857,  at  Naga- 
saki.    Was  Mai-quis  Ito's  Private 
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Secretary  until  1891  ;  Minister  of 
Agriculture  ami  Commerce,  1898; 
Privy  Councillor  since  1899 ;  in  con- 
nection with  Chino-Japanese  Wai- 
was  sent  to  Cliefoo  to  exchange 
signed  treaty  of  Peace,  and  service 
was  rewarded  with  grant  of  Baron, 
1895.  Address:  Tokyo,  Japan. 

ITO,  Baron  Shunkichi  (TOKYO),  ex- 
Vice-Admiral  ;  b.  Jan.,  1840,  at  Mai- 
zuru.  Entered  Navy,  1869 ;  Lieut.- 
Commander,  1871 ;  Rear- Admiral, 
1882  ;  Vice- Admiral,  1889  ;  created 
Baron,  1895  ;  Vice-Minister  of  Navy 
from  1889  to  1899  ;  created  a  peer  in 
recognition  of  service  in  Chino- 
Japanese  War ;  Member  of  House 
of  Peers  since  1899.  Address  :  Tok- 
yo, Japan. 

ITO,  Admiral,  Viscount  Sukenori 
(TOKYO),  Chief  of  Naval  General 
Staff;  l>.  May  1843,  at  Satsuma 
Province ;  m.  1878,  Mitsu-ko  Kato. 
Educ.  :  Kaisei  College,  Tokyo  ; 
Naval  College  at  the  time  of  Toku- 
gawa.  Entered  Imperial  Japanese 
Navy,  1868;  Lieut.-Commander, 
1872  ;  Commanded  the  "  Adzuma  " 
(ex  "Stonewall  .Jackson"), 
"  Nischin,"  "  Fuso,"  and  "  Hiyei  " 
in  succession;  took  part  in  Civil 
War  of  1877  in  command  of 
"  Nisshin,"  and  with  "Hiyei" 
went  to  Persian  Gulf,  1880 ;  pro- 
moted Captain,  1832  ;  brought  the 
"  N  a  n  i  w  a  "  from  England, 
1885 ;  Rear-Admiral  and  Comman- 
der of  the  Standing  Squadron. 
1888 ;  Vice-Admiral  and  Chief  of 
Voko.suka  Naval  Station,  1892  ; 
fought  at  the  battle  of  Yalu  with 
the  combined  Squadrons  under  his 
command,  in  Chino-Japanese  \V;iv, 


1894;  Chief  of  the  Naval  General 
Staff,  1895;  created  Viscount  and 
Invested  with  the  1st  Order  *>f  the 
Rising  Sun,  and  2nd  Order  of  the 
Golden  Kite,  etc.,  for  services  in 
the  War ;  made  full  Admiral,  189$. 
Decorations:  1st  Order  of  the  Ris- 
ing Sun,  and  2nd  Order  of  the 
Golden  Kite,  etc.  Club  :  Suiko- 
Sha  (Naval  Club).  Addfe** :  N...  :;:, 
Kimima-cho,  Shiba,  Tokyo,  Japan. 

IWAKURA,  Prince  Tomosada 
(Touro),  Vice-Grand  Chamberlain, 
Privy  Councillor,  and  Director  of 
Peerage  Bureau;  b.  Kyoto,  Dec., 
1851,  f.  o.  of  late  Prince  Iwakura, 
one  of  principal  Imperialists  during 
Struggle  which  led  to  Restoration. 
Address:  Tokyo.  Japan. 

IWAMURA,  Baron  Michitoshi  a«>K- 
YO);  b.  Tosa,  June,  IS  to.  Appoint- 
ed Governor  of  S:iga.  Prefecture, 
1873;  Secretary  of  Public  Works 
Department  (abolished  afterwards), 
1874;  Governor  of  Kagoshim  ;  Pre- 
fecture, 1S77-1S7S;  Chief  of  the 
Board  of  Audit,  1830-1881;  Govern- 
or of  Okinawa  Prefecture.  1882  ; 
Vice-Minister  of  Justice,  1884; 
Governor  of  Hokkaido,  1886;  Vice- 
Ministei  and  then  Minister  of 
Agriculture  and  Commerce,  188S- 
1889 ;  Director  of  Imperial  K>t;tU-s 
Bureau,  1890-1903.  JiM/v**  .- Tokyo. 
Japan. 

IWASA.  Jun.  (TOKYO),  Dr.  ,,f  Me- 
dicine; b.  Fukui,  May.  tS:V>.  One 
of  Committee  appointed  to  organize 
Medical  College  at  its  inception 
early  in  the  Meiji  era;  Physician- 
in-Ordinary  at  Court,  and  a.lso  M 
Councillor.  Addret*:  'I'okyo,  Ja.pa.ir 


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IWASAKI,  Baron  Hisaya  (TOKYO), 
Merchant  and  Banker ;  1>.  Aug., 
1865.  Ed « <•. .  Tokyo  Imperial 
University ;  Philadelphia,  U.S.A. 
Partner  in  I \vasaki  Bank;  created 
Baron,  1900.  Address :  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

IWASAKI,  Baron  Yanosuke  (TOKYO), 
Merchant  and  Banker  ;  b.  Jan.,  1851, 
at  Tosa.  Partner  in  Iwasaki  Bank; 
appointed  Governor  of  Bank  of 
.Japan,  1898  ;  resigned,  1899  ;  inter- 
ested in  numerous  companies  ; 
created  Baron,  1900.  Address: 
Tokyo,  Japan. 


IWAYA,  Shu  (TOKYO),  Member  of 
House  of  Peers  ;  b.  Orai,  Feb.,  1834; 
Was  once  tutor  of  penmanship  to 
his  Majesty.  Address:  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

IZARD,   Rev.   Herbert  Crawford 

(SINGAPORE),  M.  A.,  Oxon.  ;  Colonial 
Chaplain  and  Ecclesiastical 
Register  ;  b.  Nov.  18,  1869 ;  in.  June 
4,  1901.  Educ. :  Lancing  College  ; 
Trinity  College,  Oxford.  Colonial 
Chaplain,  Malacca,  1902-1904.  Ad- 
dress: The  Parsonage,  Fort  Can- 
ning, Singapore,  Straits  Settle- 
ments. 


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JACK,  William  Charles  (HONGKONG), 
M.    last.    N.A.  ;    Consulting    En- 
gineer; b.  Portsoy,  N.B.,  Nov.  9, 
1857.      Served    apprenticeship    as 
marine  engineer  at  George  dark's 
South  wick  Engine  Works,  Sunder- 
land ;     went    to     sea     as    junior 
engineer    from    Wigham    Richard- 
son's,  Newcastle  on  Tyne,  in  1879  ; 
Chief    Engineer,    1882  ;    appointed 
Ingenieur   en  Chef    of     "  Service 
Subventionne  des  Correspondances 
Fluviales,"  Tonkin,  in  1887,  which 
post   he   held    for    eleven     years, 
building   fleet   of   river    steamers, 
which    included    the    light    draft 
stern   wheel    steamer   "  Yunnan," 
the  first  steam  vessel  to  successful- 
ly  navigate   the    Bed   River    and 
reach  the  Chinese  frontier  through 
Tonkin,  1890;  in  recognition  of  this 
received  from  the  French  Govern- 
ment  the  decoration  of  officer  of 
the  order  of  the  Imperial  Dragon 
of    Annam  ;    in    1898    joined    the 
Hongkong  and  Whampoa  Dock  Co. 
as  Superintendent  Engineer,    and 
as  their  representative  contracted 
with  Admiral  Dewey  for  salvage  of 
sunken    Spanish    war    vessels    in 
Manila  Bay,  three  of  which  were 
successfully  floated  and  refitted  in 
Eonj;!  ong   for1  the    IT.  S.  Navy  ; 
from  1901  to  1903  Assistant  Mana- 


ger at  the  above  Dock  Co.'* 
Kowloon  establishment,  during 
which  term  conducted  several 
successful  salvage  operations ;  in 
1905  contracted,  in  conjunction 
with  Sir  C.  P.  Chater,  for  the 
salvage  of  the  French  cruiser 
"Sully,"  stranded  in  the  Tonkin 
Gulf,  which  after  months  of  arduous 
work  was  destroyed  by  typhoon 
on,-October  28;  elected  President 
of  Engineers  Institute  in  1904. 
Publications  :  An  important  paper 
read  before  Institute  of  Engineers- 
and  Shipbuilders  of  Hongkong, 
comparing  relative  cost  of  ship- 
building in  that  port  and  at  home. 
Address :  Robinson  Road,  Kow- 
loon, Hongkong. 

JACKSON,  Andrew  Gilmore  (HONG- 
KONG), Solicitor  ;  n.  of  Sir  Thomas 
Jackson,  late  Chief  Manager  Hong- 
kong and  Shanghai  Bank.  Educ.  : 
St.  Andrew's  College,  Dublin. 
Articled  to  firm  of  Solicitors  in 
Dublin;  admitted  , as  Solicitor  to 
Supreme  Court  of  Ireland,  Dec.  24, 
1903;  came  to  Hongkong,  May,  1906 ; 
admittedSolicitor  of  Supreme  Court 
of  Hongkong,  May  23,  1£03.  Club  : 
Hongkong.  Address:  The  Peak, 
Hongkong. 

JACKSON,  James  Edward  (TAIPIKG), 


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A.M.I.C.E.  ;  Executive  Engineer  ; 
6.  April  6, 1866.  Assistant  Engineer, 
P.W.D.,  Selangor,  1900 ;  District 
Engineer,  Kuala  Lumpur,  1901; 
Executive  Engineer,  2nd  grade, 
1904.  Address:  Taiping,  Perak, 
Federated  Malay  States. 

JACKSON,  Robert  D.(KAULA  LUMPUR), 
C.E. ;  Assistant  Engineer  ;  b.  April 
26,  1878.  Public  Works  Department 
of  New  South  Wales,  1896-98;  do., 
Victoria,  1900-2 ;  District  Surveyor, 
Negri  Sembilan,  1902  ;  assistant 
Engineer,  P.W.D.,  Selangor,  1904. 
Address:  Kuala  Lumpur,  Selangor, 
Federated  Malay  States. 

JAMES,  Benjamin  (HONGKONG),  Head 
Master,  Government  School,  Kow- 
loon  ;  b.  1874.  Educ. :  Llandovery 
College,  and  Merton  College,  Ox- 
ford. Assistant  master,  St.  Leon- 
ard's School,  1896 ;  second  master, 
Horsmonden  School,  1897 ;  assistant 
master,  Queen's  College,  Hongkong, 
1898  ;  second  master,  King's  College, 
Bangkok,  1899 ;  appointed  first 
Head-master  of  the  new  Govern- 
ment Schools,  Kowloon,  Feb.,  1901. 
dubs  :  Hongkong;  United  Services; 
Recreation,  Kowloon.  Address 
Government  School,  Kowloon, 
Hongkong. 

JAMESON,  John  Watt  (HONGKONG), 
Marine  Salvage  Engineer ;  b.  Nov. 
16,  1851 ;  m.  Rolla  Gertrude  Way, 
of  Tientsin.  Educ. :  Edinburgh 
Academy.  Arrived  in  China  in  1872  ; 
remained  in  Saigon  and  Cochin 
China  as  Superintendent  Engineer 
for  16  years  ;  proceeded  thence  to 
Tientsin  and  was  manager  of  Taku 
Tug  and  Lighter  Co.  for  12  years, 


during  which  time  had  considerable 
experience  in  salvage  work;  upon 
leaving  Tientsin  devoted  attention 
to  salvage  enterprises  and  has  had 
many  successes,  one  of  the  most 
important  being  the  floating  of 
the  U.S.A.  battleship  "Oregon," 
stranded  in  the  Gulf  of  Pechili; 
brought  out  in  1905  the  special 
salvage  steamer  "  City  of  Birming- 
ham," the  first  of  its  kind  to  be 
introduced  in  to  Chinese  waters. 
Clubs ;  Conservative,  Edinburgh  ; 
Tientsin.  Address:  Hotel  Mansions, 
Hongkong. 

JAMIESON,  George  (TIENTSIN),  C.M.G.; 
Director  of  the  Pekin  Syndicate 
and  Yangtse  Valley  Company ;  &. 
1843 ;  m.  1873,  Margaret,  d.  of  late 
Patrick  Tnkson  of  Berrleys,  Bauffs. 
Entered  Consular  Service,  1864 ; 
Barrister,  Middle  Temple,  1880; 
Consul  and  Judge  of  Supreme 
Court,  Shanghai,  1891 ;  Consul- 
General,  1897-1899.  Publications: 
Various  papers  on  the  Revenue  and 
Statistics  of  China ;  prize  essay  on 
Bimetallism.  Clubs :  Reform  ; 
Thatched  House,  London.  Ad- 
dress :  Tientsin,  China. 

JAMIESON,  James  William  (PEKING), 
F.R.G.S. ;  Commercial  A 1 1  a  c  h  e  , 
British  Legation;  b.  1867.  Was 
appointed  Student  Interpreter  in 
China,  Feb.  16,  1886 ;  acting  Vice- 
Cousul  at  Shanghai,  1895;  at  Pagoda 
Island,  1895  to  1896 ;  at  Canton,  1896 
to  1897;  promoted  1st  class  As- 
sistant, Sept.  27, 1897  ;  acting  Consul 
at  Wuchow,  1897  ;  at  Sumao,  1898 ; 
attached  as  Chinese  Adviser  to 
Burma-China  Frontier  Delimitation 
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Commission,  1898-1899;  acting 
Consul,  Teng-Yueh,  1899  ;  Commer- 
cial Attache  to  Legation  in  China 
and  Consul  in  Consular  Service  in 
China,  Oct.  3,  1899;  acting  Consul - 
General  at  Shanghai  from  March 
•20  to  April  25,  1903 ;  seconded  for 
service  under  Colonial  Office  as 
Superintendent  of  Chinese  labour 
iu  the  Transvaal,  1905.  Club: 
'\  hatched  House.  Aildre**:  II.B.M. 
Legation,  Peking,  China. 

JAPAN,  Emperor  of  (nee .  MUTSU-HITO). 

JAPAN,  Crown  Prince  of  ( *te  : 
YOSHI-HJTO). 

JAPAN  (CENTRAL),  Bishop  Of  (ite: 
AWDRY,  Ex.  REV.  WILLIAM). 

JAPAN  (NORTH).  Bishop  Of  (*ee: 
FYSON,  RT.  REV.  PHILIP  KEM- 

BALL). 

JAPAN  (SoiTin,  Bishop  of  (tee: 
EYINGTON,  ET.  EEV.  HENRY). 

JAPAN  (WEST),  Bishop  of  (><•  Fo*s> 
ET.  REV.  HUGH  JAMES). 

JEANNERAT,  Gabriel  (DK  RANDAL), 
Resident  ;  Administrator,  2nd 
class;  I.  Sept.  5,  1862.  Joined 
Indo-China  Civil  Service,  April  29, 
1893 ;  Administrator,  4th  class,  Jan. 
1,  1895;  Administrator,  3rd  class, 
Jan.  1,  1897 ;  Administrator.  2nd 
class,  Aug.  2,  1900.  Address:  De 
Kandal,  Cambodge,  Indo-China. 

JBANNIN,  Colonel  Gabriel  (HANOI), 
Commandant,  2e  Regiment  de 
Tirailleurs  Tonkinois.  Decoration : 
Officier  de  la  Le'gion  d'Houneur. 
Address:  Hanoi,  Tonkin,  Tndo- 
China. 


JEBSON,  J.  (HONGKONG),  Merchant. 
Head  of  Jebson  and  Co.,  agents  for 
Jebsen  steamship  line.  Resident 
in  Colony  over  10  years.  Club  r 
Hongkong;  Germania.  Addrf*it  : 
King's  Buildings,  Hongkong. 

JEFFRIES,  H.  U.  (HONGKONG),  Mer- 
chant. Eesided  in  Colony  between 
thirty  and  forty  years  ;  resigned 
as  agent  of  Mit.-u  Bishi  Goshi- 
Kwaisha,  March,  1906.  Club  :  Hong- 
kong. Address  :  2,  Peddar  Street, 
Hongkong. 

JELF,  Arthur  Selborne  (KUALA 
LANGAT),  B.A.,  Oxon. ;  F.M.S.  Civil 
Service  ;  b.  Oct.  10, 1876.  Acting  2nd 
assistant  District  Officer,  Kuala 
Kubu,  1900,  and  filled  other 
positions  in  service  until  appointed 
assistant  Secretary  to  Resident  and 
acting  District  Officer,  Kuala  Lan- 
gat,  in  1905.  Address :  Kuala  Lan- 
gat,  Selangor,  Federated  Malay 
States. 

JEME  TIEN-YOU,  we  CHAN  TIEN-YIT 
(SHANGHAI),  A.M.I.C.E.,  London  ; 
Special  Advisor  on  Railway  Affairs 
to  the  Shangpu  (Treasury).  Edin\  . 
Yale  University  and  Sheffield 
Scientific  Department ;  was  member 
of  Chinese  Educational  Mission  ta 
America  in  1872;  Superintending 
Engineer  of  Peking-Changchiakou 
railway,  in  course  of  construction 
in  1906. 

JENKINS,  Dr.  H.  Stanley  (HsiAS-ru), 
M.D.,  London,  F.R.C.S.,  England. 
L.R.C.P.,  London ;  Medical  Mis- 
sionary;  b.  June  17,  1874.  JEduc. : 
Bristol;  King's  College,  London; 
London  Hospitals.  Member  of 
British  Medical  Association  ami 


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Society  for  Study  of  Inebriety.  Ad- 
drtgs:  English  Baptist  Mission, 
ll!"ian-fu,  Sheusi,  China. 

JERNIGAN,  Thomas  R.  (SHANGHAI), 
Solicitor  ;  b.  Feb.  24,  1857.  Educ. : 
University  of  Virginia,  U.S.A. 
Native  born  American  citizen  ;  a 
State  Senator  ;  a  Presidential 
elector;  Consul  at  Kobe,  Japan; 
Consul-General  at  Shanghai ;  now 
engaged  in  practise  of  Law.  Publi- 
cations :  "  China  in  Law  and  Com- 
merce." Club :  Shanghai.  Address: 
Shanghai,  China. 

JOHN,  Rev.  Griffith  (HANKOW),  Mis- 
sionary of  London  Missionary 
Society ;  Translator  of  Bible  for  the 
Bible  Society  of  Scotland ;  Chair- 
man of  Central  China  Religious 
Tract  Society,  and  Editor  of  all  its 
publications;  1'rincipal  of  London 
Mission  Theological  College  at 
Hankow  ;  b.  Dec.  14,  1831,  at  Swan- 
sea ;  m.  1st,  1855,  Margaret  Jane,  d. 
of  Rev.  David  Griffiths,  of  Madagas- 
car; 2nd,  1874,  widow  of  Rev.  Dr. 
Jenkins,  of  Methodist  Episcopal 
Church,  America.  Educ.  :  Breeda 
College,  Bedford.  Began  to  preach 
in  Welsh  when  14  years  old  ;  offered 
services  to  London  Missionary 
Society,  1853,  which  were  accepted  ; 
ordained,  1855;  sailed  for  Shanghai, 
1855 ;  spent  more  than  five  years 
at  and  around  Shanghai,  doing 
evangelistic  work  and  establishing 
churches;  travelled  widely  in  all 
the  region  round  about  Shanghai, 
left  Shanghai  and  arrived  at  Han- 
kow, 1861 ;  the  first  Missionary  in 
Central  China ;  travelled  extensive- 
ly in  Hupeh,  Hunan,  Szechwan, 


Kiangsi,and  several  other  provinces 
asa  pioneer  missionary;  established, 
in  connection  with  his  colleagues, 
more  than  a  hundred  missionary 
stations  in  provinces  of  Hupeh  and 
Hunan,  and  planted  scores  of 
churches ;  during  49  years,  has 
been  home  on  furlough  only 
twice  and  only  about  4  years 
have  been  .-pent  out  of  China. 
Publications:  In  Chinese,  translated 
the  whole  New  Testament  and  a 
large  portion  of  the  Old  Testament 
in  both  the  Mandarin  dialect  and 
classical  style,;  still  working  on  the 
Old  Testament,  and  hopes  to 
complete  his  translation  com- 
paratively soon  ;  a  large  number  of 
books  and  tracts.  Recreations  : 
Change  of  work.  Address:  Hankow, 
China. 

JOHNSON,  Henry  (Siui  ),  Resident. 
Cadet,  Sarawak,  1897 ;  Assistant 
Resident,  1901 ;  2nd  class  Resident 
in  Charge  of  Upper  Rejang,  1903 ; 
Resident,  Sibu,  1905.  Address : 
Sibu,  Sarawak,  North  Borneo. 

JOHNSON,  Hon.  H.  C.  Brooke  (PRO- 
VINCK  CLARKE),  Resident  of  Pro- 
vince Clarke,  N.  Borneo,  and  Mem- 
ber of  Legislative  Council  ;  b.  May 
30, 1873,  *.  of  Captain  W.  F.  John- 
son, R.N.  Educ. :  St.  Edward's 
School,  Oxford ;  Nancy,  France : 
Cannstadt,  Germany.  Clerk  in 
Chartered  Mercantile  Bank  of 
India,  London,  and  China,  1891- 
1893 ;  Assistant,  Treasury  Depart- 
ment, Sarawak  Civil  Service,  1894  ; 
acting  Postmaster  General  and 
Magistrate,  Court  of  Requests, 
1897  ;  assistant  Treasurer  of  Sara- 
wak, 1398  ;  acting  Treasurer,  18*8 ; 


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Clerk  to  the  Supreme  Council,  1898  ; 
Treasurer  and  SupremeCourt  Judge, 
1900;  member  of  Committee  ad- 
ministering the  Government  of 
Sarawak  during  absences  of  H.H. 
the  Rajah,  1898-1899,  and  1901-1932  ; 
retired  from  Sarawak  Civil  Service, 
1902  ;  traded  in  Sarawak  as  a 
merchant,  1903;  joined  British 
North  Borneo  Civil  Service,  1904  ; 
appointed  Resident  of  Province 
Clarke  and  Member  of  Legislative 
Council.  Recreations :  Golf,  cricket, 
shooting,  etc.  Club  :  Sports.  Ad- 
dress: Province  Clarke  (YiaLabuan), 
British  North  Borneo. 

JOHNSON,  Rev.  WestDnT.  (SAPPOKO), 
A.B.  ;  Missionary;  b.  Michigan, 
U.S.A.,  Aug.  6,  1874;  m.  June  4, 
1902,  Sarah  Young  MacLeod. 
Educ.:  Alma  College  and  Princeton 
Theological  Seminary.  Address  : 
Sapporo,  Hokkaido,  Japan. 

JOHNSON,  Alexander  (SAND.YKAN), 
Superintendent,  Public  Works 
Department  of  British  North 
Borneo  Company.  Was  elected  a 
Fellow  of  the  Royal  Colonial  In- 
stitute, 1936.  Address :  Sandakan, 
British  North  Borneo 

JOHNSTON,  Lieut-Colonel  Henry 
Halcro  (SINGAPORE),  C.B.,  D.Sc., 
M.D.,  C.M.,  F.R.S.E.,  F.L.S.  ; 

Senior  Medical  Officer,  Straits 
Settlements;  b.  Sept.  13,  1856. 
Educ. :  Dollar  Institu  tion; 
Edinburgh  Collegiate  School  ; 
Elin.  University.  Joined  Royal 
Army  Medical  Corps,  1881 ;  served 
in  Suakin  Expedition,  1885;  Ma- 
lakand  and  Buner  Expeditions  of 
1897-1893  (mentioned  in  despat- 


ches); South  Africa  .Campaign  of 
1899-1902  (mentioned  in  despatches 
twice) ;  in  charge  of  Medical 
Division,  Royal  Victoria  HospitaT, 
Netley;  Senior  Medical  Officer, 
Straits  Settlements,  1906;  Fellow 
of  Royal  Physical  Society  of 
Edinburgh ;  Fellow  of  Botanical 
Society  of  Edinburgh ;  Fellow  of 
Royal  Institute  of  Public  Health, 
London  ;  past  President  of  Scottish 
Natural  History  Society,  Edin- 
burgh ;  Hon.  Foreign  Member  of 
La  Societe  Francaise  d'Hygiene. 
Paris.  Decorations:  Egyptian 
Medal  with  clasp,  and  Khedive's 
star;  India  Medal  with  clasp; 
South  Africa,  two  Medals  with 
three  clasps.  Publications:  Reports 
on  Filters,  Malarial  Fever,  and  the 
Floras  of  Orkney  and  Mauritius. 
Rscrjfitions :  Botany,  fishing,  shoot- 
ing, riding,  boating,  hockey,  and 
lawn-tennis.  Clubs :  Caledonian  ; 
United  Service,  Edinburgh.  Ad- 
dress: Fort  Canning,  Singapore, 
Straits  Settlements. 

JOHNSTON,    Lewis    Audley  Marsh 

(HONGKONG);  Colonial  Civil  Ser- 
vice ;  6.  Oct.  12,  1865.  Straits  Civil 
Service,  1883 ;  attached  to  General 
Post  Office,  189J-1892;  District 
Officer,  Malacca,  1892-1895;  Assis- 
tant Postmaster  General ;  acted  as 
Postmaster  General,  1893-1898;  on 
Postal  Conference  at  Hongkong, 
1897  ;  Collector  of  Land  Revenue 
and  in  charge  of  Treasury,  Ma- 
lacca, and  Municipal  Commissioner, 
1893-1900  ;  acted  as  Postmaster 
General,  1900-1932;  Postmaster-Ge- 
neral, Hongkong,  1905 ;  acted  a~s 
Treasurer  a  ml  Member  of  Executive 


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ami  Legislative  Councils,  1903  and 
1905;  Justice  of  the  Peace,  Co. 
Down,  Ireland.  Clubs:  Sports; 
Hongkong.  Address:  The  Peak, 
Hongkong. 

JOHNSTON,    Rev.     Mercer     Green 

(M\Mi,.\),  Clergyman  of  Protestant 
Episcopal  Church ;  6.  Dec.  3,  186S,  in 
Mississippi,  U.S.A.  Educ. :  Aca- 
demy and  Theological  University 
of  South  Sewanee,  Tenn. ;  studied 
law  at  Virginia  University.  An 
assistant  in  Grace  Parish,  N.Y., 
1893-1930  ;  Rector  of  St.  Paul's 
Church,  and  Chairman  of 
Faculty  and  Chaplain  of  West 
Texas  Military  Academy,  1900-03  ; 
Rector  of  Pro-catheclral  Church  of 
St.  Mary  and  St.  John  (formerly 
St.  Stephen's)  Manila;  President 
of  Bishops'  Council  of  Advice ;  one 
of  examining  Chaplains ;  Associate 
Editor  of  Manila  Outlook;  Hon. 
Vice-President  of  Columbia  Club, 
1903-06.  Club:  Columbia,  Manila. 
A  ddress  :  248  Calle  NozaletU, 
Manila,  Philippine  Islands. 

JOHNSTON,  R.  Fleming  (WEIHAIWEI), 
M.A.  ;  Acting  Secretary  to  Govern- 
ment, Weihaiwei.  Educ. :  Magda- 
len College,  Oxford ;  Gray  prize- 
man, Edinburgh  University  ;  prox. 
ace.  Lord  Rector's  essay  ;  1st  class 
certs.,  English  literature,  modern 
history  and  constitutional  law, 
Edin.  ;  exhibitioner,  Magdalen 
College,  1894  ;  mentioned  hon. 
Causa,  Stanhope  essay,  1898 ;  B.A. 
( hons.  )  189S.  Cadet,  Honkong, 

1898  ;    acting    Clerk    of   Councils, 

1899  ;     Private    Secretary   to    His 
Excellency  the  Administrator ;  act- 


ing assistant  Colonial  Secretary, 
1900  ;  Private  Secretary  to  the 
Governor,  1900-1901  ;  passed  Cadet, 
Oct.,  1901;  acting  assistant  Colonial 
Secretary  and  Clerk  of  Councils, 
Nov.,  1901  ;  acting  Attorney-Gener- 
al, Aug.  -Xov.,  1902;  acting  Secre- 
tary to  Government,  Weihaiwei, 
1904.  Address:  Weihaiwei,  North 
China. 

JOHORE,  Sultan  of  (see  :  IBRAHIM, 
H.H.) 

JOLY,  Jean  Raymond  WashingtDn 
Rcuzier-  (TOURANR),  Resident; 
Administrator,  1st  class  ;  &.  Dec. 
13,  1857  ;  Joined  Indo-China  Civil 
Service,  Aug.  3,  1903;  Administra- 
tor, 4th  clos-j,  Dec.  31,  1889;  Ad- 
ministrator, 3rd  class,  Jan.  1, 
1894  ;  Administrator,  2nd  class, 
May  Dl,  1899;  Adminstrator,  1st 
class,  Aug.  3,  1903.  Address  : 
Tourane,  Province  of  Quang-Nam, 
Annam,  Indo-China. 


JONES,    Geoffrey  L.    Parry- 

EMBAN),  Assistant  Commissioner 
of  Police  ;  b.  Jan.  12,  1877.  On 
service  with  Royal  Welsh  Fusiliers 
in  South  Africa,  1900;  A.D.C.  to 
Officer  administering  Government, 
Straits  Settlements,  1901  ;  assistant 
Commissioner  of  Police,  Taiping 
and  Kinta,  April,  1901;  do., 
Selangor,  1903  ;  do,  Negri  Ssmbilan, 
Pahang,  Perah,  Kinta  and  Perak, 
1904-5  ;  assistant  Commissioner  of 
Police  and  Superintendent  of 
Prisons,  Seremban,  1906.  Address  : 
Seremban,  Negri  Sembilan, 
Federated  Malay  States. 

JONES,  George  S.  Averay  (PERAK), 
B.A.  ;     Federated    Malay     States 


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Civil  Service  ;  !>.  July  3, 1874.  Editc.: 
Magdalen  College  School,  Oxford, 
1888-93;  Keble  College,  Oxford, 
1898-96;  4th  class  Final  Sell., 
Modern  History,  189C.  In  British 
North  Borneo  Service,  1902-05 ; 
Assistant  Secretary  to  Governor 
and  Statistical  Secretary,  1903-04  ; 
Postmaster  and  collector  of  Land 
Revenue,  Labuan,  1904-05 ;  joined 
Perak  Service  as  Inspector  of 
Mines,  Aug.,  1905.  Clubs :  Local. 
Address:  Batu  Gajah,  Perak, 
Federated  Malay  States. 

JONES,  Harold  William  James 
(NEGRI  SEMBILAN),  F.M.S.  Civil 
Sen-ice  ;  I.  April  3,  1877.  Assistant 
Engineer,  Public  Works  Depart- 
ment, Pahang,  1901;  do.,  Perah, 
1903 ;  do.,  Negri  Sembilan,  1904. 
Address :  Negri  Sembilan,  Fede- 
rated Malay  States. 

JONES,  Hyndman  (•<«-.  H  WOMAN 
JONT,*.  WILLIAM  HKNRY). 

JONES,  John  William  Lee-  (HONG- 
KONG), Civil  Service  ;  b.  Nov.  18, 
1859.  Appointed  Assistant  Master. 
Government  Central  School  (  now 
Queen's  College  \  Nov.  30,  1884 : 
acting  first  clerk  Magistracy  and 
Clerk  to  Justices,  April,  1894; 
seconded  as  Acting  Headmaster, 
British  Kowloon  College,  Jan., 
1895  ;  acting  Deputy  Registrar  and 
Accountant  of  the  Supreme  Court 
of  Hongkong,  and  appointed  Com- 
missioner for  Oaths,  Sept.,  1897  ; 
acting  Deputy  Registrar  and  Ap- 
praiser, Dec.,  1898  ;  J.P.,  May,  1900 ; 
Deputy  Registrar  and  Accountant 
of  the  Supreme  Court  with  effect 
from  June,  1901,  to  Aug..  1902 ; 


called  to  the  Bar  at  Gray's  Tnnr 
June,  1903;  appointed  Commis- 
sioner to  take  acknowledgments  of 
married  women  to  deeds  in  Hong- 
kong, Aug.,  1905.  Club  :  Hongkong, 
Address:  4,  Mountain  View,  Peak, 
Hongkong. 

j  JONES,  Patrick  Nicholas  Hill 
(HONGKONG),  A.M. I.C. E. ;  Assistant 
Director  of  Public  Works  ;  l>.  Sept, 
19,  1864.  Editc. :  King's  College, 
London.  Resident  Engineer  for  the 
Water  Supply  Co.,  Barbados,  We?t 
Indies,  1889-1895;  Engineer  in 
Charge  of  Surveys  and  Construction 
of  water  and  drainage  works 
throughout  the  Colony  of  Trinidad, 
1895-1903;  appointed  Assistant 
Director  of  Public  Works,  Hong- 
kong, and  acted  as  Director,  1904-5  ; 
member  of  Executive  and  Legis- 
lative Council  during  that  peiiod. 
Clubs :  Hongkong ;  Peak ;  and 
Grosvenor,  London.  Address:  3, 
Cameron  Villas,  Hongkong. 

JONES,  Major-General  Richmund 
InigO  (SINGAPORE),  C.B.,  C.V.A.  ; 
General  Officer  Commanding  the 
Troops  in  the  Straits  Settlements; 
b.  1848.  Educ. :  Eton.  Served  in 
Egyptian  Campaign  with  2nd  Scots 
Guards,  at  Suakim,  1885;  Major- 
G en eral  Commanding  G nards 
Brigade,  South  Africa,  1900-02; 
Officer,  Commanding  troops,  Strait* 
Settlements,  1906.  Clubs  :  Guards  ; 
Carlton ;  Arthur's.  A  ddress : 
K  e  1  s  t  o  n  Park,  Bath  ;  Mount 
Elizabeth,  Singapore,  Straits 
Settlements. 

JONES,  Dr.  William  Yates  (SIIIMO- 
NOSKKI),  M.A.,  D.D.;  Minister  and 


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Missionary;  b.  Sept.  2,  18«4,  at 
Peoria  Co.,  Illinois,  .*.  of  Rev. 
W  i  1 1  i  a  m  Jones,  of  Lancaster, 
California ;  in.  1899,  Mary  Ella 
Brokaw,  d.  of  late  Peter  S.  Brokaw. 
Educ. :  Park  Coll.,  Parkville,  Mo., 
McCormick  Theological  Seminary, 
Chicago  ;  1st  place  in  prize  Latin 
contest,  Park  College,  1889 ; 
salutatorian  (2nd  place  in  college 
class)  Park  College,  1892 ;  Degrees 
of  B.A.,  1892  ;  M.A.,  1895 ;  and  D.D., 
1905,  conferred  by  Alma  Mater. 
Entered  upon  missionary  work  in 
Japan  in  autumn  of  1895,  residing 
in  Kanazawa  from  1895-1898 ;  Fukui, 
1898-1905;  Shimonoseki,  1905;  has 
been  engaged  in  evangelistic  work 
in  difficult  fields  greater  part  of 
time.  Address:  No.  1667,  Meichi- 
yama,  Shimonoseki,  Japan. 

JONQUIERES,  Admiral  M.P.E.  Fau- 
que  de  (SAIGON),  Commandant  la 
2e  division,  escadre  de  1'Extreme- 
Orient.  Decoration:  Officier  de  la 
Legion  d'Honneur.  A ildrcss: Saigon, 
Cochin-China. 

JORDAN,  Dr.  Gregory  Paul  (HONG- 
KONG), M.B.,  C.M.  Edin.;  M.R.C.S., 
Eng. ;  Health  Officer  of  the  Port, 
and  Inspector  of  Immigrants  ;  b. 
Feb.  6,  1858.  Educ  :  Edinburgh 
University.  Appointed  to  present 
position,  May  1,  1888.  B.W.D.G.M. 
District  Grand  Lodge  of  Scottish 
Freemasonry  in  Hongkong  and 
South  China;  District  Grand  Ppl., 
District  Grand  Royal  Arch  Chapter 
of  Hongkong  and  South  China. 
Club:  Hongkong,  Address:  15, 
Macdonell  Road,  Hongkong. 

JORDAN,  Sir  John  Newell  (PEKING), 
K.C.M.G.  ;  H.B.M.  Minister  at  Pe. 


king  ;  b.  Sept.  5,  1852,  at  Balloo,  Co. 
Down,  Ireland ;  w.  1885,  Annie 
Howe,  d.  of  Dr.  Cromie,  Claughr 
Co.  Down.  Educ.  :  Royal  Belfast 
Academical  Institution ;  Queen's 
Coll.,  Belfast:  1st  class  Honours. 
Appointed  Student  Interpreter  in 
China,  1876  ;  assistant  Chinese  Sec- 
retary to  H.B.M.  Legation,  Peking, 
1889 ;  Chinese  Secretary,  1891 ; 
Consul-General,  Corea,  1896-1898 ; 
Charge  (V Affaires,  1898-1901 ;  Minis- 
ter Resident  at  Seoul,  July,  1901 ; 
was  withdawn  from  post  when 
Japanese  Protectorate  was  pro- 
claimed over  Corea,  Feb.,  1906 ; 
proceeded  to  England  and  whilst 
there  appointed  Minister  at  Peking, 
May,  1906.  Decorations :  Jubilee 
Medal ;  Coronation  Medal.  Publi- 
cations :  Translation  of  the  "Peking 
Gazette."  Recreat ion:  Riding.  Ad- 
dress: H.B.M.  Legation,  Peking, 
China. 

JOSEPH,  E.  S.  (HONGKONG),  Share- 
broker,  Hon.  Secretary,  Stock  Ex- 
change ;  b.  1863.  Educ.  :  French 
School,  Turkey ;  John  C  o  u  n  o  M 
High  School,  Bombay.  Addret*  : 
3,  Beaconsfield  Arcade,  Hongkong, 
and  Peak  Hotel,  Hongkong. 

JOSLING,  Lieut. -Col.  Charles  Lang- 
ford  (HONGKONG),  R.A.  Med.  Corps; 
in  command,  Military  Hospital  ; 
b.  Jan.  7, 1862.  Major,  R.  A.  Medical 
Corps,  May  30,  1897  ;  Lieut.-Col., 
May  30,  1905  ;  special  service,  South 
Africa,  March  1,  1900,  to  Aug.  29r 
1902  ;  served  in  W.  Coast  of  Africa, 
1893-4,  operations  against  the  Sofas, 
expedition  to  the  Gambia  against 
Fodey  Silah  (mentioned  despat- 


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dies,  May  4.  1894) ;  Ashanti  Expedi- 
tion, 1895-6 ;  operations  in  Sierra 
Leoue,  1898-9 ;  S.  African  War,  1899- 
1902,  special  Service  Officer  (P.M.O. 
Rhodesian  Field  Force),  operations 
in  Rhodesia,  Oct.  11,  1899,  to  May 
25,  1900,  operations  in  the  Trans- 
vaal, West  of  Pretoria,  July  to 
Nov.,  1900,  operations  in  Cape 
Colony,  north  of  Orange  River. 
Decorations:  Medal  with  clasp,  W. 
Africa  ;  star,  Ashantee  ;  King's 
Medal  with  2  clasps..  Club  :  Hong- 
kong. Address  :  Military  Head- 
quarters, Hongkong. 

JUDGE,  Thomas  (BANGKOK),  M.A. ; 
Schoolmaster ;  b.  May  25,  1872 ;  m. 
1901,  Amy  Annie,  (7.  of  late  Henry 
Nargal  Velge.  Educ. :  Magdalen 
College  School,  Brackley  (President 
of  Magdalen's  Medallist,  1889),  Mag- 
dalen College  School,  Oxford  (Dan- 
berry  Medallist,  1892) ;  St.  John's 
College,  Oxford  (1st  class  in  Honour 
School  of  Natural  Science,  1896). 
Assistant  Teacher,  Suan  Kularb 
Boy's  School,  Bangkok.  Club: 
Bangkok  United.  Address  :  Bang- 
kok, Siam. 

JUI,  Prince  (see :  K'UEI-PIN). 

JUI  CH'ENG  (SHANGHAI),  Taotai ; 
native  of  Manchuria.  Judicial  Ad- 
visor to  Japanese  after  capture  of 
Peking,  1900 ;  appointed  to  organise 
modern  force  of  gendarmerie,  Pe- 
king, Taotai  of  the  Kuang-Jao- 
Chiu  -  Nan  Intendancy,  Kiangsi 
(Kiukiang  Customs  Taotai),  1905  ; 
Tartar  General,  Hangchow;  Taotai, 
Shanghai,  Jan.,  1906  ;  credited  with 
being,  an  enlightened  official ; 
donated  310,000  for  erection  oi 


hospital  shortly  after  appointment 
to  Shanghai. 

JUI-LIANG  (HONAN),  Treasurer ;  native 
of  Manchuria.  Chief  Secretary, 
Board  of  Foreign  Affairs,  Dec., 
1901 ;  Treasurer,  Honan,  July,  1903. 

JU-LIN,  Lieut.  -  General  (MUKDEN), 
native  of  Manchuria  ;  metropolitan 
graduate.  Sub-Expositor,  Hanlin 
Academy,  Dec.,  1894;  sub-Reader. 
Hanlin,  Dec.,  1895 ;  Chief  Supervisor 
of  Instruction,  Oct.,  1898;  Com- 
missioner, Office  of  Transmission, 
1901;  Vice-President,  Board  of 
Punishments  at  Mukden,  Feb., 
1903  ;  Deputy  Assistant  Lieut.-Gen- 
eral,  Blue  Manchu  Banner  Corps, 
July,  1905. 

JULLIDIERE,  Pierre  Marie  (HANOI), 
Assistant  Directeur  General  des 
Travaux  Publics  ;  Inge"nieur  en 
Chef  de  2e  classe  des  Ponts  et 
Chausse'es  ;  b.  Oct.  29,  1861.  Entree 
1' Administration,  Mars.  1,  1901  ; 
Assistant  Directeur,  Janv.  1,  1905. 
Decoration  :  Chevalier  de  la  Legion 
d'Honneur  ;  Officier  d'Academie. 
Address  :  Hanoi,  Tonkin,  Indo- 
China. 

JTJNG-CH'ING  (PEKING),  Member  of 
Grand  Council;  native  of  Mongolia; 
metropolitan  graduate.  Reader, 
Grand  Secretariat ;  Director,  Court 
of  State  Ceremonial,  May,  1898 ; 
Deputy  Commissionei',  Office  of 
Transmission,  Jan.,  1899;  Director, 
Grand  Court  of  Revision,  May, 
1901 ;  Superintendent,  Peking 
Granaries,  President,  Peking  Board 
of  Punishments,  Jan.,  1903  ;  Pre- 
sident Board  of  Ceremonies,  Oct., 


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1903  ;  President  Board  of  Revenue, 
Nov.  1903 ;  Member  of  Council  of 
Government,  Dec.,  1903  ;  Grand 
Councillor,  Jan.,  1904. 

JUNGHUI  (MUKDEN),  Vice-President, 
Board  of  Ceremonies;  native  of 
Mongolia.  Sub-Director,  Imperial 
Stud  Court,  1884  ;  do.,  Court  of 
Sacrificial  Worship,  1887  ;  Director, 
Court  of  Entertainments,  June, 

1887  ;  Director,  Sacrificial  Worship, 

1888  ;  Sub-Chancellor,  Grand  Sec- 
retariat,  Dec.,  1890  ;  Vice-President, 
Board  of  War,  March,  1894  ;  Deputy 
Lieut.-General,  Plain  White  Banner 
Corps,  Dec.,  1896;  Vice-President, 
Board  of  Ceremonies,  Jan.,    1899; 
do.,  Board  of  Ceremonies,  Mukden, 
March,  1902. 

JUNG,  P'EI  (CHEXTAI),  Taotai;  native 
of  Manchuria.  Lanchou  Tao 
(Kansu),  Feb.,  1903:  Taotai  of 
Chentai  Intendancy,  Chinese 
Turkestan,  Nov.,  1905. 

JUPP,  John  Ambrose  (HONGKONG), 
Partner  ,1.  D.  Humphreys  and  Son, 
land  and  estate  agents ;  ft.  1872. 
Educ. :  St.  Helen's  College,  South- 


sea.  Became  partner  in  firm  J.  D. 
Humphreys  and  Son,  in  1896,  prior 
to  which  connected  with  Mr.  J.  D. 
Humphreys.  Clubs :  Hongkong, 
Jockey  Club  (steward),  Golf  and 
Cricket.  Address :  "  lanmor,"  Peakr 
Hongkong. 

JUST,  Albert  Wolfgang  (KUALA 
LUMPUR),  B.A.;  Acting  Registrar; 
b,  Feb  12,  1869.  Junior  Ofn>  ;r,  State 
of  Perak,  July,  1892;  passed  final 
examination  in  Malay,  Aug.,  1893 ; 
Assistant  to  District  Magistrate 
and  Collector  of  Land  Revenue, 
Krian,  Jan.,  1894  ;  Magistrate, 
Seremban,  Jan.,  1903;  acting 
Registrar  of  Titles,  and  Collector 
of  Land  Revenue,  Kuala  Lumpur, 
1906.  Address:  Kuala  LuVipur, 
Selangor,  Federated  Malay  States. 

JUSTI,  Dr.  Karl  (HONGKONG),  M.D. ; 
Medical  practitioner ;  b.  March  3, 
1873.  Five  years  study  and  six  years 
assistant  in  different  hospitals; 
partner  in  firm,  Drs.  Muller  _an<* 
Justi.  Club :  Germania.  Address: 
"  Fairview,"  Robinson  Road,. 
Hongkong. 


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XABAYAMA,  Admiral  Count  Suke- 
nori  (TOKYO),  Privy  Councillor  ;  b. 
Satsuma,  Nov.,  1837.  Was  OH  Staff 
of  Major-General  Tani  (then  Com- 
mander of  Kumamoto  Army  Divi- 
sion) in  Civil  War  of  1877,  as  Lieut. - 
1'olonel ;  transferred  to  Navy,  1884  ; 
promoted  Vice-Admiral,  1885;  ap- 
pointed Vice-Minister,  1886,  and 
Mkiister  of  Navy,  1890-1892;  in 
rhino-Japanese  War  was  Chief 
of  Naval  Staff,  and,  on  board 
t  r  a  n  s  p  o  r  t  "  Saikyo-maru,"  was 
present  at  battle  of  Yellow  Sea, 
Sept.,  1894;  was  first  Governor  of 
Formosa ;  appointed  Minister  of 
Home  Affairs,  Sept.,  1896,  to  Dec., 
1897  ;  Minister  of  Education,  Nov., 
1898,  to  Sept.,  1900;  Privy  Council- 
lor, 1904;  promoted  full  Admiral, 
May,  1895 ;  created  Viscount,  1884, 
as  reward  for  distinguished  service 
in  connection  with  Restoration  ; 
created  Count,  1895,  for  services  in 
Chino- Japanese  War.  Decoration  : 
2nd  order  of  the  Golden  Kite. 
Address :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

1SADOORIE,  E.  S.  (HONGKONG),  Share 
and  General  Broker.  Head  of  firm 
of  E.  S.  Kadoorie  and  Co.  Clul : 
Hongkong.  Addrexx :  St.  George's 
Building,  Hongkong. 

KAGAWA,  Viscount   Keizo  (TOKYO), 


Lord  Steward  of  Empress's  House- 
hold ;  b.,  Mito,  Nov.,  1839.  Ap- 
pointed an  Official  in  Imperial 
Household  Department  in  1870 ; 
has  occupied  present  position 
since  1880  ;  created  Viscount,  1887. 
Ad drex s  :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

KAHLER,  W.  R.  (SHANGHAI),  Editor 
and  Proprietor  of  "The  Union;" 
came  to  China,  1859.  Publications  : 
Several  works  on  China.  Address  : 
21.\,  Nanking  Road,  Shanghai, 
China. 

KAIJIMA,  Tasuke  ( F  u  K  r  o  K  v ) , 
Coal-mine  proprietor  ;  b.  Fukuoka- 
ken,  Oct.,  1844.  Is  lessee  of  a  largo 
tract  of  coal-bearing  area  in 
Fukuoka-ken.  J»W /•<?**:  Fukuoka- 
ken,  Japan. 

KAIYEDA,  Viscount  Keizo  (TOKYO), 
Privy  Councillor  ;  b.  S  a  t  s  u  m  a , 
Feb.,  1832.  Was  prominent  in  con- 
nection with  Restoration  ;  created 
Viscount,  1887.  Add. res* :  Tokyo, 
•la  pan. 

KAMADA,  Yeikichi  (TOKYO),  President. 
of  the  Keiogijiku  (private  school) ; 
b.  1858,  at  Kii.  Elected  to  Lower 
House,  March,  1894;  at  one  time 
held  important  post  in  service  of 
Bank  of  Japan;  has  since  bom 
Prosident  of  Keiogijiku.  A  </•!,••  u  . 
Tokyo,  Japan. 


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XAMIMURA,  Vics-Admiral  Hikonojo 
(  TOKYO  ),  Commander  -  in  -  Chief, 
Yoko.suka  Station  ;  b.  at  Satsuma, 
May  5,  1850.  Was  Captain  of 
cruiser  "  Akitsushima  "  in  Chino- 
Japanese  War,  1894-1895  ;  Captain 
of  battleship,  "Asahi,"  1899;  pro- 
moted Vice-  Admiral,  1903;  visited 
Australia  with  a  training  squadron 
in  19U3  ;  on  outbreak  of  Russo- 
Japanese  War  was  appointed  Corn- 
mander-iu-Chief  of  2nd  Japanese 
Squadron,  and  sank  the  "Rurik," 
and  seriously  damaged  the  "  Gro- 
inoboi"  and  the  "  Rossia,"  in  the 
encounter  off  the  eastern  coast  of 
Corea,  Aug.  14,  1904  ;  and  later 
forced  the  "Novik"  aground  on 
Saghalien  ;  appointed  to  present 
post,  1906.  Address:  Tokyo,  Japan. 

KANAI,  Noburu  (  TOKVO  ),  LL.D.  ; 
Professor  of  Tokyo  University  ;  b. 
1865.  Educ.:  Germany,  1886-1890. 
Councillor  of  Financial  Depart- 
ment, 1892-1898  ;  has  occupied 
present  position  since  1891.  Ad- 
-  :  Tokyo,  Japan. 


3LANEKO,  Baron  Kentaro  (TOKYO), 
LL.D.;  Member  of  the  Privy  Coun- 
cil ;  b.  Fukuoka,  Feb.,  1853.  Edvc.  : 
Harvard  University,  U.S.  Appoint- 
ed Private  Secretary  to  Marquis 
Ito  when  he  was  Prime  Minister, 
*  1885-1888,  and  when  he  was  Pre- 
sident of  Privy  Council,  1838-90  ; 
Chief  Secretary  of  House  of  Peers, 
1890  ;  Vice-  Mi  nister  of  Agriculture 
;uul  Commerce,  1891-96;  cr.  Baron, 
1835  ;  Minister  of  Agriculture  and 
Commerce,  April-June,  1898  ;  Minis- 
ter  of  Justice,  Oct.,  1900,  to  May, 
19)1;  on  outbreak  of  war  with 


Russia,  was  sent  to  U.S.A.  as 
Japanese  emissary ;  was  granted 
LL.D.  by  Harvard  University,  and 
is  President  of  "  America's  Fri- 
ends "  Society,  composed  of  men 
who  have  been  to  America.  Ad- 
dress :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

KAN-IN,  Prince  (TOKYO),  General  ;  b. 
Sept.  22,  1865 ;  m.  Princess  Chiyeko, 
Dec.  19,  1891.  Educ.  :  Japan  and 
France.  Appointed  sub-Lieutenant 
of  Cavalry  in  Japan,  1887 ;  during 
Russo-Japanese  war  had  supreme 
command  of  Cavalry  Brigade  at- 
tached to  Marshal  Oyama's  army, 
with  rank  of  Lieut.-Gener»l.  A<t- 
drcss:  Tokyo,  Japan. 

KANO,  Jigoro  (TOKYO),  President  of 
Tokyo  Higher  Normal  School ;  h. 
llyogo,  Oct.,  i860.  Director  and 
Professor  of  Peer's  School,  1885 ; 
Director  of  Special  Education 
Bureau,  1898 ;  lias  held  present 
situation  .since  1901  ;  is  a  mnster  of 
the  art  of  "Jujitsn."  A<l<!  r<>*x : 
Tokyo.  .In  pan. 


KATAYAMA.  Kuniyoshi  (TOKYO),  Dr. 
of  Medicine  ;  b.  Shizuoka-ken,  July, 
1855.  Educ. :  Austria  and  Germany, 
1884-1888.  Has  been  Professor  of 
Tokyo  University  since  1888 ;  is 
Vice-Chairman  of  '"Dojinkai,"  a 
medical  association  for  befriending 
China  and  Corea.  Address:  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

KATO,  Baron  Hiroyuki  (TOKYO), 
LL.D.,  Member  of  House  of  Peers  ; 
b.  Tajima,  June,  1836.  Until  1893 
was  President  of  Tokyo  Imperial 
University  ;  occupied  present  posi- 
tion since  1S90  ;  one  of  the  pioneer 


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scholars  of  Western  learning,  and 
has  aided  materially  in  introducing 
Western  Civilization  to  Japan ; 
created  Baron,  1900.  Address: 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

KATO,  MasayosM  (TOKYO),  Vice- 
President  of  Nippon  Yusen  Kaisha 
(Japan  Mail  Steamship  Co.) ;  6. 
Feb.,  1854.  Was,  for  a  considerable 
period,  a  clerk  in  the  Hyogo  Local 
Office ;  resigned  to  enter  Nippon 
Ynsen  Kaisha ;  elected  Director  of 
the  Company,  1889;  Managing 
Director,  1893.  Address :  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

KATO,  Masuo  (TOKYO),  ex-Adviser  to 
the  Corean  Government;  b.  Nov., 
1854,  in  Mie-Ken.  Clerk  in  the 
Foreign  Office,  1877  ;  Chancellor  of 
the  Legation  at  Hague  ;  Councillor 
of  Foreign  Office,  1891 ;  (Jousul  at 
Fusan,  1894  ;  removed  to  Seoul  as 
Secretary  of  Legation  and 
ultimately  became  Minister;  ap- 
pointed adviser  of  Corean  Govern- 
ment, 1899.  A  ddress:  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

KATO,  Taka-akira  (TOKYO),  G.C.M.G., 
Proprietor  of  "Nichi  Nichi" 
Newspaper;  b.  at  Nagoya,  Jan., 
1857.  Educ.:  Tokyo  University. 
Was  Private  Secretary  to  Minister 
of  Foreign  Affairs,  1888 ;  transferred 
to  Banking  Bureau,  Taxation 
Bureau,  etc.,  »f  Finance  Office; 
Minister  at  London,  1894-1899; 
Minister  of  Foreign  Affairs,  1900- 
1901;  elected  M.P.,  Aug.,  1902  and 
March,  1903;  Proprietor  of  "Nichi 
Nichi"  since  1904;  Minister  of 
Foreign  Affairs  in  the  S'aionji 


Cabinet  from  Jan.  to  March,  1906. 
Address:  Tokyo,  Japan. 

KATO,  Tsunetada  (TOKYO),  Minister 
at  Brussels  ;  b.  at  Matsuyama.  1859. 
Attach^  at  Paris,  1886;  Secretary 
at  the  Foreign  Office,  1891 ;  trans- 
ferred as  Secretary,  to  the  Legation 
at  Paris,  1892-97 ;  recalled  home  and 
appointed  Private  Secretary  ;  Min- 
ister Resident  three  years  later ; 
Minister  to  Belgium,  1902.  Address  : 
Japanese  Legation,  Brussels, 
Beligium  ;  Tokyo,  Japan. 

KATSURA,  General  Count  Taro 
(TOKYO),  ex- Prime  Minister;  b. 
Nov.,  1847,  at  Choshu.  Educ.:  in 
Germany.  Fought  in  Restoration 
War  as  Imperialist  Vice-Minister 
of  War,  1886-1891;  Commander  of 
the  famous  Nagoya  Army  Division 
during  Chino-Japanese  War,  1894- 
1895;  Governor-General  of  Foimosa,. 
1896 ;  Minister  for  War,  1898  to  1900  ; 
Prime  Minister  from  June,  1901,  to 
Jan.,  19C6  ;  created  Count,  1902,  on 
occasion  of  signing  of  Anglo- 
Japanese  Treaty  ;  resigned  Prime 
Ministership,  Jan.,  1906.  Deco- 
rations: 3rd  Order  of  Golden  Kite. 
Address:  Tokyo,  Japan. 

KAUZAKI,  Naozo  (TOKYO),  Manager 
and  Editor,  "British  Trade  Journal' 
(Japanese  Edition) ;  b.  Oct.  9, 1861 ; 
m.  May,  1883.  Educ. :  Imperial  Uni- 
versity, Tokyo.  Imperial  Japanese 
Commissioner  to  the  Louisiana 
Purchase  Exposition,  1904 ;  Sec- 
retary, House  of  Peers  under 
Baron  Kentaro  Kaueko,  Chief  Sec- 
retary (now  Privy  Councillor) , 
Professor  of  English,  Waseda  Uni- 
versity. Decoration :  6th  Order  of 
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Rising  Sun.  Club*  :  Japan,  ami  In- 
dustrial, Tokyo.  Addrffix:  Kagaclio, 
Kobashi,  Tokyo.  Japan. 

KAWAMURA,   General  Baron 

(TOKYO),  Commander  of  Tokyo 
Ganison;  /-.  Feb.,  lh'5<>,  in  Kago- 
shima.  Commanded  Biigade  in  the 
Chiuc-  Japanese  War;  Commander 
of  the  Fmt  Aimy  Divi.-ioii  (Tokyo)  ; 
created  Baron,  18CU  ;  led  Himeji 
Division  in  Russo-Japanese  War, 
and  later  appointed  Commander  of 
Aimy  which  formed  Extreme  right 
in.  the  Battle  of  Mukden  ;  appointed 
Commander  of  Tokyo  Ganison, 
1911!.  .1  MM*  :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

KAWASAKI,  Hachemon  (TOKYO), 
Banker;  ft.  Dec.,  1834,  at  Hitachi. 
Founded  the  Kawasaki  Bank,  <.ne 
of  the  leading  family  b;  nks  of 
Tokyo.  A  fltlnxs  :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

KAYA,  Prince  (IsE),  Lord  Guaidian 
of  the  linpeiial  Shrine  at  Ise  ;  //. 
June  1,  1867  ;  /».  >7ov.,  1892,  I  rinc-ss 
Yoshiko,  e.  d.  of  Mr.iqiiis  Paigo. 

A<1<lrf*>i  :  Ise,  Japr.n. 


KENG,  Dr.  Lim  Boon  (SIMUPOUK), 
M.  B.,  C.M.,  Edin.  ;  I)  o  c  t  o  r  of 
Medicine  ;  l>.  l£Cf).  Edin:.  :  Raffles 
In.vtituticn,  Singapore  ;  Edinburgh 
I'niversity  ;  Cambridge  University  ; 
(Queen's  Scholar,  Straits  Settle- 
ments, 1887-1891.  Fellow  of  Royal 
Medical  Society,  E  d  i  n  b  u  r  g  h  ; 
member  of  Legislative  Council, 
1895-1903;  J.P.  ;  member  Com  de 
Hoc.  de  Med.  de  Ghand  ;  Municipal 
Commissioner  of  town  of  Singa- 
pore ;  member  of  Chinese  Advisory 
Board  ;  Member  of  Council  of 
M.  lava  Bra-.n-h  of  P.nlish  Medical 


Association  ;  Representative  cf 
British  Medical  Association  en 
Committee  of  Straits  and  Federated 
Malay  States  Government  Medical 
School,  and  lecturer  on  Materia 
Medica  and  Therapeutics  at  School. 
'Publications:  Editor  of  "Straits 
Chinese  Magazine  ".  A  ddret* :  The 
Dispensary,  Singapore,  Straits 

Settlements. 

j 

i  KENNEDY,  Henry  Albert  (1'i.r 
SELAXGOK),  Federated  Malay  States 
Civil  Service ;  b.  June  27,  1877. 
Passed  in  Law  and  Malay;  acting 
District  Officer,  Kuala  Kul.ui,  1902  ; 
acting  assistant  Secretary  to  Re- 
sident of  Selangor,  1903-1904 ;  acting 
assistant  Distiict  Officer,  Kuala 
Knbu,  1904 ;  acting  assistant 
District  Officer,  Ulu  Selangor,  1906. 
Ailili-rxx  :  riu  Selangor,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

KENNY,  William  Eyre  (in  ALA  Lt  M- 
PI-K),  A.M.I.C.E.  ;  E  ..cntive  Kn- 
gineer  ;  b.  Aug.  15,  1867.  Public 
Works  Department  and  Artillery, 
New  Zealand,  188C-90  ;  Siuvey  De- 
partment and  Public  Works  De- 
partment, S  a  r  a  w  a  k,  1891-4  ; 
Superintendent  of  Works,  Province 
Wtllesley,  acting  Deputy  Colonial 
Kngineer  and  Surveyor  General, 
1895  ;  duty  in  Singapore,  1893-1902  ; 
acting  State  Engineer,  Selangor, 
190,] ;  Executive  Engineer,  Public 
Works  Depai  tment,  Kuala  Lumpur, 
1906.  Address  :  Kuala  Lumpur, 
Selangor,  Federated  Malay  States. 

KENNY,  William  Joseph  (MANILA), 
F.R.G.S.  ;  n.B.M.  Ccnsul-General 
for  Philippine  Islands  ;  1.  Auj.  29, 
1859,  at  Kilkenny,  c.  *.  of  P.itiick 


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Joseph  Kenny,  J.P.,  Kingsmeadow 
House,  Waterford,  and  Elizabeth 
Williams,  Drumleigh.  Editc..  : 
Christian  Brothers'  School,  Water- 
ford  ;  French  College,  Blackrock ; 
Germany  ;  Senior  Scholarship, 
Blackrock  College.  Appointed 
Student  Interpreter  in  Japan,  1880; 
Registrar  and  Interpreter  of 
H.M.'s  Court  for  Japan,  until  1895  ; 
Vice-Consul,  Tokyo,  1896;  Barrister 
Gray's  Inn,  1896  ;  Consul  for  Hako- 
date and  Niigata,  and  Consul  for 
Tainan,  Formosa,  1896  ;  H.M.'s 
acting  Commissioner  and  Consul- 
General  for  the  Hawaiian  Islands 
at  Honolulu,  1898;  present  post, 
since  1902.  Recreations  :  Sports, 
exploration.  Address* :  British 
Consulate  General,  Manila ;  and 
Kingsmeadow  House,  Wateiford, 
Ireland. 

KENT,  Maurice  Morton (BATAXW 
PADANG),  Federated  Malay  States 
Civil  Service;  b.  July  24, 1867.  Assis- 
tant Surveyor,  Straits  Settlements, 
1886-89;  Surveyor  on  Lahuk  River, 
British  North  Borneo,  1889-1891; 
^Hcting  District  Surveyor,  Batang 
PacfcHjg,  1898.  Address:  Batang 
Padang,  Perak,  Federated  Malay 
States. 

KENT,  Percy  Horace  Braund  (Tu;v 
TSIN),  Barrister-at-Law  ;  b.  Sept.  11, 
1876  ;  m.  1901,  Anna  Mary,  ?/.  d.  of 
late  Rev.  Henry  Kingdon  Simcox,  of 
Harborne  House,  sometime  Rector 
of  Eweline,  Oxon.  Ednc.  :  Rugby  ; 
Corpus  Chribti  College,  Oxford. 
Club  :  National  Liberal,  Whitehall. 
Address  :  Tientsin,  North  China. 

KER,  William  Pollock  (X  A  .\  K  i  x  <t), 


H.B.M.  Consul.  Appointed  Student 
Interpreter  in  China,  July  26,  1888  ; 
1st  class  Assistant,  Sept.  27,  1897  ; 
acting  Consul  at  Soochow,  1897  to 
1898  ;  acting  Vice-Consul  at  Shang- 
hai, 1898  to  1899;  employed  as  As- 
sistant in  Chinese  Secretary's  Office, 
Peking,  1899 ;  promoted  Vice-Consul 
at  Pagoda  Island,  Feb.  24, 1900  ;  was 
at  Peking  during  siege,  1900  ;  acting 
Consul  at  Wuhu,  1901  to  1902  ;  pro- 
moted Consul  at  Wuhu,  April  5, 
1902 ;  called  to  Bar  at  Middle  Tem- 
ple, June  24,  1903;  Consul  at  Nan- 
king, 1906.  Deciiriitii.il*  :  China 
Medal  and  Clasp.  Address :  H.B.M. 
Consulate,  Nanking,  China. 

KERFOOT,  James  (SIIAXJH'M),  En- 
gineer and  Mill  Manager;  b.  1868. 
Ednc.  :  Dnkinfleld  Old  Chapel 
School ;  Dukintield  T  e  c  h  n  i  c  a  1 
School  ;  Manchester  Technical 
School.  Trained  as  mill  mechanic 
and  departmental  foreman  in 
manufacture  of  cotton,  wool  and 
silk,  1882-90 ;  teacher  in  those 
subjects  at  evening  classes,  Dnkin- 
h'eld  Technical  School :  1st  honours, 
Scholar  in  Cotton  Manufacture, 
City  Guilds,  London  ;  won  the  Koch 
Scholarship  ;  Spinning  and  Carding 
Master  and  Assistant  Manager  at 
Newton  Moor  Cotton  Spinning  Co., 
Ltd.,  Dukinfield  ;  Head  Manager  at 
Messrs.  John  Leech  and  Sons, 
Grosvenor  St.  Mills,  Stalybridge, 
1891-96 ;  Manager  and  Engineer  in 
Chief  of  Ewo  Cotton  Spinning  and 
Weaving  Co.,  Ltd.,  Shanghai,  since 
1897;  member  of  Council  of  Shang- 
hai Architects'  and  Kngineers' 
Society;  Past  President  of  As- 
sociation of  Lancastrians  in  China. 


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Kik 


l)<-<-<ir«li<>i>  :  China  Medal.  Club.  : 
shanghai.  Address:  Ewo  Cotton 
Spinning  and  Weaving  Co.,  Shang- 
hai. China. 

XERSHAW,  The  mas  (KOBK),  Con- 
Milting  Mechanical  and  Electrical 
Engineer,  and  Inspecting  Engineer 
and  Suiveyor  for  Fire  Insurance 
Offices;  b.  Dec.  15,  18(58.  Educ.: 
Farnworth  Grammar  School,  near 
Manchester,  England.  Clubs: 
Masonic,  Kobe.  Address  :  Xo.  2,  of 
42,  Kitano-cho,  3,  Chom.e,  Kobe, 
Japan. 

XETTLEWELL,  Rev.  Fred.  (Kom:), 
B.A.,  L.Th.  ;  Minister  and  Mis- 
sionary ;  b.  Aug.  5, 1877.  Educ. :  N.E. 
County  School  ;  Durham  School ; 
Durham  University ;  Mathematical 
Scholar  of  Durham  University, 
1898  ;  Lightfoot  Scholar  and  Under- 
graduates Exhibitioner,  1900;  1st 
<-lass,  mathematics,  1st  year  ;  2nd 
class,  mathematics  for  degree,  1900; 
1st  class,  Theology  (L.  Th.)  1901. 
President  of  Durham  Union  Society, 
1901 ;  ordained  Deacon  by  Arch- 
bishop of  York,  Sept.,  1901  ; 
ordained  Piiest,  Dec.,  1902;  Curate 
of  Goole,  1901-C5;  became  S.P.G. 
Missionary  at  Kobe,  Diocese  of 
'Osaka,  19C6.  Address:  5,  Naka- 
yamate-cho,  Sanchome,  Kobe, 
Japan. 

.KEUN,  Dr.  Alfred  Havelock(PENANG), 

M.B.,  B.  Ch.,  Edin.  ;  House  Sur- 
geon, General  Hospital,  Singapore, 
April  1,  1900 ;  Superintendent 
Colonial  Surgeon,  Straits  Settle- 
ments, Nov.  17,  1900  ;  Colonial 
Surgeon,  Province  We  lies  ley, 
:South,  Mar.  1,  1901  ;  Quarantine 


Camp  and  Leper  Hospital,  Penang, 
1905-6.  Address:  Penang,  Straits 
Settlements. 

,  Frederick  Hoard  (HONGKONG), 
Dr.  Dental  Surgery.  Address: 
Alexandra  Buildings,  Hongkong. 

KEYT,  Dr.  Frederic  (  HONGKONG  ), 
M.B..M.D.;  Medical  Practitioner; 
b.  1866.  Educ.  :  Aberdeen  Univer- 
sity, took  degrees  M.B.  and  C.M., 
1888,  M.D.  and  D.P.H.,  1902.  As- 
sistant Colonial  Surgeon  and  Dis- 
trict Commissioner,  British 
Honduras,  1892  to  1902 ;  transferred 
to  Hongkong,  1902 ;  second  Port 
Health  Officer.  Clubs:  Hongkong; 
Cricket  and  Corinthian  Yacht, 
Hongkong.  A  d  d  >•  e  s  .•? :  Kowloon, 
Hongkong. 

KIANG-SU,  Emperor  of  China  (*ee : 

KUAXG-HSU). 

KIDDLE,  Lieut. -Commander  John 
(HONGKONG),  R.N. ;  in  command  of 
II. M.  torpedo  boat  destroyer 
"  Otter."  Lieutenant,  Sept.  30, 
1898;  appointed  to  command,  May 
15,  1905.  Club:  Hongkong.  Ad- 
dress :  H.M.S.  "  Otter,"  Hongkong. 

KIKUCHI,  Baron  Dairoku  (TOKYO); 
Hon.  Professor  Imperial  University; 
Member  of  House  of  Peers;  b.  March 
17,  1855,  m.  May  5,  1878.  Educ.  : 
Kaiseijo;  University  College  School, 
London  ;  St.  John's  College,  Cam- 
bridge, Professor  of  Mathematics, 
Imperial  University,  1877-98  ;  Direc- 
tor of  Science  College,  Imperial 
University,  1881-93  ;  President  of 
Imperial  University,  1898-1901; 
Director  of  Bureau  of  Special  In- 
struction in  Department  of  Etluca- 


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tion,  1897  ;  Vice-Minister  of  Educa- 
tion, 1897-98 ;  Minister  of  Education, 
1901-03 ;  President  of  the  Peers' 
School,  1904-05;  Delegate  to  Inter- 
national Meridian  Conference  at 
Washington,  1884;  member  of  Tokyo 
Academy,  since  1889  ;  member  and 
sometime  President  of  Seismologi- 
cal  Investigation  Committee; 
created  Baron,  1903;  took  part  in 
establishing  present  system  of 
Weights  and  Measures,  also  of 
Standard  Times,  of  Japan  ;  served 
on  many  educational  and  scientific 
commissions,  and  acted  as  judge  at 
national  exhibitions.  Decoration* : 
3rd  order  of  Rising  Sun,  2nd  order 
of  Mirror.  Publications  :  Has  pub- 
lished several  works,  chiefly  on 
mathematics.  Club*:  Nippon; 
Peers.  Address:  14,  Yumicho 
Itchome,  Hongo,  Tokyo,  Japan. 

KIKUCHI,  Takeo  (Toiv.o),  LL.D. ; 
Solicitor ;  Member  of  House  of 
Peers  ;  b.  1854,  at  Morioka.  fidu-c.: 
Boston  University.  Lecturer  at 
Tokyo  University,  1831  ;  Councillor 
of  Justice  Department,  1884 ; 
Private  Secretary  to  the  Minister 
of  Justice,  1836;  resigne  1  :is 
Director  of  Bureau  of  Justice,  1891  ; 
President  of  the  "  Hogakuin  " 
(l*rivate  Law  College).  Adiln.'**  : 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

KIMURA,  Riemon  (YOKOIIAMY),  Mer- 
chant ;  b.  Nov.,  1834.  Connected 
with  Yokohama  Electric  Light  Co., 
the  Specie  Bank,  and  other  impor- 
tant establishments ;  was  Member 
of  the  House  of  Peers.  Addf'** •: 
Yokohama,  Japan. 

KINDER.  Claude  William  (TIKNTSIN). 


C.M.U.,  M.I.C.E. ;  General  Manage 
and  Engineer-in-Chief,  Imperial 
Chinese  Railways  ;  b.  Aug.  10,  185-j, 
*.  of  late  Major  T.  \V.  Kinder  ;  m. 
1879,  Mary,  d.  'of  Harabumi  Asai, 
of  Tokyo.  Served  on  Civil  Staff, 
Chinese  Imperial  Railways,  1901, 
mentioned  in  despatches  ;  Member 
of  Society  of  Civil  Engineers  of 
U.S.  ;  Life  Member  of  National 
Rifle  Associaton,  England;  Fellow, 
Hakluyt  Society.  Decorations: 
China  Medal,  and  Clasp,  Relief  of 
Peking,  19JO;Imperial  Chinese  Order 
of  the  Double  Dragon.  Recreatin,i* 
"  Game,  target,  rifle  shotting.  Club  : 
Royal  Societies.  Add >•<•*.-<  .- 
Tientsin  or  Tongshan,  China. 

KING,  HamiltDn  (B.V.\<;KOK),  Envoy 
E  x  t  r  a  o  r  d  i  n  a  r  y  and  Minister 
Plenipotentiary  f,.r  U.S.A.  Ap- 
pointed 1905.  Ad'Ji\\**  :  United 
States  Legation.  Bangkok.  Siam. 

KING,  Harold  Frederick  (TFKXTSIN). 
1st  class  Assistant,  II.B.M.  Con- 
sular Service.  Appointed  Student 
Interpreter  in  China,  Aug.  '23,  1891  ; 
acting  Consul  at  \Vuhu,  1894;  1st 
class  Assistant,  Feb.  24,  1900  : 
acting  Vice-Consul  at  Shanghai, 
1900;  acting  Consul  at  Hangeho\\ . 
1900  tp  19D1 ;  acting  Registrar  and 
Chief  Clerk  of  Supreme  Court. 
Shanghai,  1901 ;  acting  Consul  at 
Hangchow,  1931  to  1902;  Assistant 
in  Shipping  Office,  Shanghai,  1902  ; 
acting  Assistant  Judge.  Shanghai, 
1902  to  1903;  acting  Consul  at 
Hangchow,  1903;  at  Tientsin,  19)4  ; 
promoted  Vice-Consul  at  Tientsin, 
May  5,  1904.  AdJ,?**  .  II.B.M. 
Consulate,  Tientsin,  China. 
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KING.  Joseph  Leeman  (SINGAPORE), 
A ssistant  Treasurer.  European 
master, Government  English  School, 

Straits  Settlements,  Oct.  4,  1889; 
.assistant  Treasurer,  Singapore, 
April  17,  1899.  Address  :  Singapore, 
straits  Settlements. 

KING,  Robert  Hsnry  (HO.VGKONG), 
B.A.,  B.AL,  A.M.I.C.E. ;  Civil  En- 
gineer ;  b.,  April  13,  1871.  Hdnc.  : 
(Graduated,  Trinity  College,  Dublin; 
Arts,  June.  1894,  Engineering,  Oct., 
1894.  Resident  Engineer,  Mary- 
borough Waterworks,  1896 ;  Con- 
structional Engineer,  Donegal  Rail- 
ways Extension  1898,  also  to  Hill 
of  llowtli  Electiic  Railway,  1900; 
to  Metropolitan  District  Under- 
ground Railway  Extension,  1900; 
to  London  and  North  Western  and 
Gfeat  Western  joint  railway  wide- 
ning from  Chester  to  Birkenhead, 
19(>2;  H.  M.  Naval  Yard  Extension, 
Hongkong,  1902.  Clubs  :  Royal 
Societies  ;  St.  James' ;  Hongkong. 
Address  :  "  Darrissdeer,''  Hong- 
kong. 

KING,  Walter  (HONGKONG),  Book- 
seller; b.  Nov.  27,  1869.  Joined 
Kelly  and  Walsh,  Ltd.,  in  Shanghai, 
1892;  Manager,  Hongkong  branch, 
1896;  Junior  Warden,  Zetland 
Lodge,  1906 ;  Treasurer,  Zetland 
Lodge,  1905.  Clu.bg  :  Bowling  Club. 
Address:  York  Building,  Chater 
Road,  Hongkong. 

KING,  William  Coleby  (Ki  ALA  Li  M- 
PUR),  Federated  Malay  States  Civil 
Service;  b.  July  18,  1864.  Joined 
Gaol  Department,  and  Audit  Office, 
Perak,  1894-1895;  assistant  Ac- 
•  •ouii  tant  of  Federated  Malay  States 


i  Railways,  in  1903.  Addrcxa:  Kuala 
Lumpur,  Selangor,  Federated  Malay 
States. 

KINGSMILL,  Thomas  William 
(SHANGHAI),  Architect;  b.  1887. 
Kduc. :  Privately.  Has  been  largely 
engaged  in  exploration  and  survey- 
ing work  in  China,  especially- 
geological  ;  under  instructions  from 
Chang  Yeo,  progressive  Governor 
of  Shantung  Province,  surveyed 
and  reported  on  northern  section 
of  Imperial  Canal,  which  had  been 
dislocated  by  change  in  course  of 
Yellow  River,  1887,  but,  owing  to 
obstructive  policy  of  Peking  Go- 
vernment, controlled  largely  at 
time  by  late  Li  Hung  Chang,  recom- 
mendations of  report  were  never 
carried  out ;  has  since  been  engaged 
in  exploration  of  coal  fields  in 
Shantung  and  Szechwan  ;  has  made 
special  study  of  ancient  literature 
and  history  of  China,  and  has 
contributed  to  knowledge  of 
ethnography  of  Central  Asia  in 
prehistoric  times.  I'ublications  : 
Political  and  financial  articles  to 
"N.C.  Daily  Herald,"  "Shanghai 
Mercury,"  Hongkong  "  Daily  Press" 
and  papers  in  scientific  journals. 
^l</r//v.s'.s' .-  Shanghai,  China. 

- 

KINOSHITA,  Hiroji  (Kvoro),  Pre- 
sident of  Imperial  University, 
Kyoto,  Member  of  the  House  of 
Peers  ;  It.  Jan.,  1851,  at  Kumamoto. 
Was  Director  of  Special  Education ' 
Bureau  and  Master  of  the  First 
High  School.  Address :  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

i  KIRKPATRICK,  Ivone  (KAPJT),  Re- 
sident. Cadet  Sarawak  Civil  Services 


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Limbaiig,  Aug.,  1892  ;  Extra  Officer, 
Simang-gang,  Jan.,  1893;  Resident, 
2nd  class,  Mar.,  1898;  of  Upper 
Rejang,  May,  1809 ;  Resident,  2nd 
class,  Savong,  Feb.,  1901;  Resident, 
Kapit,  1905-1906.  Address:  Kapit, 
Sarawak,  Borneo. 

KISHIMOTO,  Tatsuo  (TOKYO),  LL.D., 
Solicitor  ;  b.  1882,  at  T  o  1 1  o  r  i  . 
Educ. :  France.  Was  an  official  in 
Justice  Department  and  assisted 
in  compilation  of  the  new  codes ; 
was  one  of  the  founders  of  the 
Meiji  Law  College.  Address :  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

KITAGAKI,  Baron  Kunimichi 
(TOKYO),  President  of  Hokkaido 
Railway  Co.,  Member  of  House  of 
Peers;  b.  Aug.,  1836,  at  Tottori. 
Has  been  Secretary  of  Home  De- 
partment and  Governor  of  several 
Prefectures ;  was  appointed  Vice- 
Minister  of  Home  Affairs  ;  resigned 
in  1899.  Address:  Tokyo,  Japan. 

KITAO,  Jiro  (TOKYO),  Dr.  of  Science ; 
b.  Aug.,  1854,  at  Matsuye.  Educ.  : 
Germany,  1872-82.  Professor  of  Im- 
perial University,  Tokyo,  1886; 
transferred  to  Agricultural  College, 
1890.  Address:  Tokyo,  Japan. 

KITA-SHIRAKAWA,  Prince  (TOKYO), 
2nd  s.  of  late  Prince  Yoshi-hisa  ;  b. 
April  18,  1887.  Address:  Tokyo, 
Japan . 

KITAZATO,  Dr.  Shibasaburo  (TOKYO), 
Government  Service ;  b.  at 
Kumamoto,  Dec.,  1856.  Educ.: 
Germany.  Discovered  the  genus  of 
tetanus,  diphtheria,  pest  (in  con- 
juncton  with  Dr.  Aoyama  at  Hong- 
kong), noted  bacteriologist ;  has 


charge  of    the   Gov.    Blood- serum 
Laboratory.  Add  re**:  Tokyo,  Japan. 

KIYOURA,  Barcn  Keigo  (TOKVO). 
Privy  Councillor  ;  b.  at  Kumamoto. 
Feb.,  1850.  Minister  of  Justice,  1888- 
1900  and  1901-1903;  created  Baron, 
1802 ;  Minister  of  Agriculture  and 
Commerce,  from  July,  1903  to 
Jan.,  1906;  appointed  Pi-ivy  Coun- 
cillor, April,  1906.  Address  :  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

KLEIMENOW,  C.  (SHANGHAI),  Consul- 
General  for    Russia.     A  <7<//vxx 
Russian  Consulate,  31A,   Szechutn 
Road,  Shanghai,  China. 

KNAGGS,  A.  L.  (  PKKAK  ),  Federate.! 
Malay  States  Civil  Service  ;  b.  Nov. 
7,  186:5.  Secretary  to  Chief  Justice, 
Singapore,  1885 ;  Works  Depart- 
ment, Krian,  1888-1890  ;  acting 
Settlement  Officer  and  Registrar  of 
Titles,  Larut,  1891 ;  assistant  Magi- 
strate, Kinta,  1591:  Land  Officer, 
Lower  Perak,  1892;  assistant  Magi- 
strate, Krian  and  Ipoh,  1893-1895  ; 
acting  District  Magistrate,  Matang, 
Chief  Assistant  Magistrate,  Kinta. 
1899  ;  acting  District  Magistrate, 
Matang,  Kuala  Kangsar,  and 
Krian,  1930-1931 ;  acting  assistant 
District  Officer,  Kinta,  1903  ; 
assistant  District  Officer  and 
Deputy  Registrar  of  Titles  North 
Perak,  1904.  Address:  North  Perak, 
Federate:!  Malay  states. 

KNAPP,  A.  M.  (YOKOHAMA),  Klitoi  of 
"Japan  Advertiser;"  b.  1811,  at 
Massachusetts,  U.S.A.  Arrived  in 
Japan  as  Missionary,  1837 ;  has 
occupied  present  position,  sine;- 
1931.  Adiin'xx:  Yokohama,  Japan. 


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RNIDER,  Frederick  Thomas    (Pno- 

VINTE  WELLESLEY),  Assistant  Su- 
•  perinteudent  of  Works;  b.  June  5, 
1876.  Employed  on  Singapore- 
Kranji  Railway  construction,  1900  ; 
appointed  Assistant  Superinten- 
dent of  Works,  and  assumed  duties 
in  Province  Wellesley,  1903.  Ad- 
dress :  Province  Wellesley,  Straits 
Settlements. 

KNOCKER,  Fred.  Win.  (TAIINM;), 
Museum  Curator.  Educ.  :  Haber- 
dashers' School,  London  ;  studied 
natural  science  at  University 
College,  Bristol.  Assistant  Curator, 
Town  Museum,  Leicester,  Oct., 
1892 ;  sub-Curator,  Civic  Museum, 
Bristol,  Jan.,  1898 ;  Settlement 
Officer,  Negri  Sembilan,  Federated 
Malay  States,  Feb.,  1901;  Curator, 
State  Museum,  Perak,  May,  1904. 
A  ddress :  Taiping,  Perak,  Fede- 
rated Malay  States. 

KNOX,  Licvit.-Commander   John  F. 

(SHANGHAI),  R.N. ;  in  command  of 
U.M.  rivar  gunboat  "  Woodlark." 
Lieutenant,  June  30, 1898  ;  appoint- 
ed to  command,  Jan.  9, 1905.  Club : 
Shanghai.  Address  :tl.U.X.  "Wood- 
lark,"  Shanghai,  China. 

KOBA,  Sadanaga  (TOKYO),  LL.D.; 
Vice-Minister  of  Education;  b.  Sept., 
1859.  Educ.:  Germany  and  Austria, 
1882-85.  Private  Secretary  to  Minis- 
ter of  Education,  1885-92;  later 
Director  of  Ordinary  Education 
Bureau  and  Chief  Councillor;  Vice- 
Minister  of  Education.  Address: 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

KOCH,  John  Godfrey  (PERAK),  F.S.I.; 

District  Surveyor;  b.   Mar.  8,   1856; 


Ceylon  Survey  Department,  1875-80  ; 
Straits  Settlement  Revenue  Survey 
Department,  1881-83 ;  Surveyor, 
Ivriaii  and  Kuala  Kangsar,  and 
Settlement  Officer,  Kuala  Kangsar, 
1894-1895 ;  Districts  nrveyor, 
Matang,  1896 ;  acting  District  Sur- 
veyor, Larut,  1897-1898 ;  District 
Surveyor,  Lower  Perak,  1899-1900 
Address:  Lower  Perak,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

KOCH,  Dr.  Wilfred  Vincent  Miller 
(  HONGKONG  ),  M.D. ;  Master  of 
Surgery  ;  b.  Oct.  29,  1862.  Educ.  : 
Royal  High  School,  Edinburgh ; 
Edinburgh  University,  and  St. 
Bartholomew's  Hospital,  London. 
Was  Assistant  Medical  Officer, 
South  Yorkshire  Asylum,  Wadsley, 
near  Sheffield,  1884,  and  Hull 
Borough  Asylum,  1881-88  ;  entered 
Colonial  Medical  Service,  1889 
served  in  Trinidad  (W.I.)  in  various 
medical  appointments,  1889-1903  ; 
was  Major  Commanding  Trinidad 
Artillery;  on  special  service  in 
Grenada  (W.I.)  1900;  held  tem- 
porary appointments  in  Hospital 
for  Diseases  of  Nose,  Throat,  and 
Ear,  Golden  Square  and  Royal 
Ophthalmic  Hospital,  London,  1901; 
transferred  to  Medical  Depaitment, 
Hongkong,  1903  ;  Justice  of  Peace, 
Hongkong.  Clubs: Junior 
Atheupeum,  London  ;  Union  Club, 
Trinidad;  Hongkong.  Address: 
Government  Civil  Hospital,  Hong- 
kong. 

KODAMA,  General  Viscount  Gentaro 
(TOKYO),  Chief  of  General  Staff  ;  b. 
at  Choshu,  Feb.,  1852;  Educ.: 
Germany.  Was  Captain  in  Civil 


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190  0-7. 


\V;ir  of  1877  ;  a  p  p  o  i  n  t  e  d  V  i  e  e- 
Minister  of  War,  1892  ;  Governor- 
General  of  Formosa  with  additional 
duty  as  Minister  of  War,  Dee., 
1%0-Oct.,  1992  ;  Minister  of  Home 
Affairs.  July-Get.,  1903  ;  shortly 
before  outbreak  of  last  Wai- 
appointed  Vice-Chief  of  General 
Staff,  retaining  Governorship  of 
Formosa,  and  Chief  of  Staff  of 
Manchurian  Army ;  promoted  pre- 
sent post,  1906;  created  Viscount. 
1906.  Address  :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

K'O  FENG-SHIH  ( Ki  K;CHOL  ),  Go- 
vernor; native  of  Hupeh  ;  metropoli- 
tan graduate,  188'J.  Compiler  at 
Hanlin ;  Literary  Chancellor, 
Shuisi,  Sept.,  1S3S;  1-Nan  Tao, 
Yunnan,  Dec.,  1899 ;  Salt  Commis- 
sioner, Anhwei,  May,  1900;  Judge, 
K  i.-mgsi,  1901;  Treasurer,  Vunnin. 
Oft.,  1901 ;  do.,  Kiangsi,  Oct.  1901; 
Governor  of  Kwangsi,  July,  1908; 
Governor  of  Kueichou,  May,  1904. 

KOKE,  Matsuoka  (TOKYO),  &i  mister 
for  Agriculture  and  Commerce ; 
b.  18i6.  Enterei  G  o  v  e  r  n  m  e  n  t 
service  in  1870  as  Secretary  in  De- 
p  ailment  of  Justice,  and  became 
Chief  Judge,  officiating  in  that 
capacity  at  Tokyo  and  Kobe ;  was 
appointed  assistant  <  hief  Secretary 
in  Department  of  Justice,  18SO,  an  i 
became  President  of  the  Hiroshima 
Appeal  Court  in  the  s:une  year; 
s.-nt  to  Europe  to  investigate 
judicial  systems,  183(3,  and  was 
absent  from  Japan  two  years ; 
during  a  b  s  e  n  c  e  was  appointed 
Judge  of  Supreme  Court  and 
Director  of  the  Civil  and  Criminal 
Affairs  Bureau;  upon  return  to 


Japan  was  also  appointed  a  mem- 
ber of  the  Law  Code  Investigation 
Committee  ;  President  of  the  Tokyo 
Appeal  Court,  1MX);  Attorney 
Ceneral  in  the  Supreme  Court,  1891  ; 
appointed  member  of  House  of 
Peers,  1S91  ;  Vice-Minister  for  Home 
Affairs,  1894  and  1S£8 ;  President 
of  the  Court  of  Administrative 
Litigation.  18')9-19i'(J ;  given  presei  t 
portfolio.  190).  Address:  Tokyo, 
.1  apan. 

KOMATSUBARA.  Yeltiro  (TOKYO). 
Member  of  the  Hoti.se  of  Peeis  ;  b. 
13f>2,  at  Okayama.  Secretary  of 
Foreign  Affairs,  1881;  afterwards 
Secretary  of  Legation  at  Berlin  ; 
Governor  of  Nagasaki-ken,  &c.  ; 
Vice-Minister  of  Justice  and  Vice- 
Minister  of  Home  Affairs,  Nov., 
1898-Sept.,  1900 ;  later  joined  the 
staff  of  the  "  Osaka  Mainichi " 
Shimbun,  but  resigned  in  1903. 
.(</(/, v-y.x .-  Tokyo,  Japan. 

K'O  MENG-0,  Lieut-General  (USI-AX- 
KI  ).  Chinese  Baniieimau.  Tartar- 
General,  Shenf-.i,  l.S7o;  do.,  Kansu, 
May,  1876  ;  do..  Shensi.  1878  ; 
Officer  (^  Guards;  Tai tar-General, 
Sui-yuan,  Shensi,  July,  1884  ; 
degraded  three  steps  and  trans- 
ferred, Jan.,  189;") ;  Deputy  Lieut.- 
General,  Border  White  Banner 
Corps,  190(1;  tlo..  Hsi-aii-fu,  Jan., 
1901. 

KOMOTO,  Dr.  Jujiro  (TOKYO),  1'ro- 
fessor  of  Imperial  University, 
Tokyo  ;  b.  Aug.,  1859.  Edvc.  :  Ger- 
many and  Austria,  1SS5-89.  Add*'** : 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

KOMURA,  Baron  Jutaro  (TOKYO), 
Minister  Plenipotentiary  to  the 


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Court  of  St.  Jnmes  ;  h.  Sept.,  1SV>, 
:xt  Hyuga.  Ednc.  :  Harvard  Uni- 
versity, U.S.A.  Appointed  Sec- 
retary, Foreign  Office,  1884;  later 
Assistant  Director  of  Transit  ion 
Bureau,  Foreign  Office  ;  Charge 
d' Affaires  at  Peking  until  outbreak 
of  Chino-Japanese  War ;  Civil  Ad- 
ministrator of  Aiituug  during  War  ; 
1894-1895  ;  later  Director  of  Political 
Bureau ;  Minister  at  Seoul,  until 
189J ;  Vice-Minister  of  Foreign 
Affaiis,  1896-1898;  Minister,  at 
Washington,  1898  ;  Minister,  at  St. 
Petersburg,  1900;  transferred  to 
Peking  to  represent  Japan  at  In- 
tcrnatiomil  Conference  in  connec- 
tion with  Boxer  trouble  ;  Minister 
4}{  Foreign  Affyirs,  Sept.,  1901  ; 
-created  .Karon,  1902,  Senior  Peace 
Plenipotentiary  at  Peace  Con- 
ference, Portsmouth,  19IM  ;  signed 
Treaty  of  Peace,  Sept.,  1905  ;  after- 
•wards  signed,  at  Peking,  Treaty 
with  China  regarding  ante-bellum 
-settlement  in  Manchuria,  1906 ; 
appointed  to  Privy  Council,  V.WG ; 
appointed  Minister  to  Great 
Britain,  May,  1906.  Aihlivx*  :  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

KONDO,  Rempai  (TOKYO),  President 
of  Nippon  Yusen  Kaisha  (Japan 
Mail  Steamship  Co.) ;  l>.  18f>n.  Upon 
formation  of  the  Company  was 
appointed  a  Director  ;  became  Vice- 
President  during  China-Japanese 
War,  and  finally  became  President. 
Decoration :  4th  Order  of  the  Rising 
Sun,  granted  for  transport  service. 
Addre**  :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

KONO,  Hironaka  (TOKYO),  M.P.  ;  b. 
July,  1849,  at  Fukushima.  Joined 


party  which  stiove  for  establish- 
ment of  constitutional  Government 
in  1881  ;  has  been  M.  P.  without 
intermission  since  first  session  of 
Diet  ;  President  of  .Lower  House, 
1908 ;  arrested  as  instigator  of 
Anti-Peace  Riots  in  Tokyo,  Sept., 
•  1905,  but  was  acquitted.  Adilren*: 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

KO  PAO-HTJA  <PI:KIM;),  President, 
Board  of  Punishments  ;  native  of 
Chekiang ;  metropolitan  graduate, 
1883.  Deputy  C  o  m  in  i  s  s  i  o  n  e  r, 
Office  of  Tv.-.r.sniissiun,  Nov.,  1895; 
sub-Director,  Court  of  Sacrificial 
Worship,  July,  1896;  .sub-Director, 
Court  Imperial  Entertainments, 
1898  ;  Vice-Director,  Imperial  Clan 
Court,  July,  1898;  Vice-President, 
Censorate,  Dec.,  1898;  senior  Vice- 
President.  Hoard  of  War,  May, 
1899;  President,  Board  of  Works 
Nov.,  1901  ;  do.,  Board  of  Punish- 
ments, Feb.,  1902. 

KORFF,  A.  (  SHANGHAI  ),  Merchant. 
Representative,  Melchers  and  Co. 
A  ddrcisft :  1  French  Bund,  Shanghai, 
China. 

KRANZ,  Rev.  Paul  ( S  n  A  N  c  H  A  i ) , 
Pastor;  b.  Mar.  13,  1866:  in.  1894; 
Kditf. :  Halberstadt,  and  Univer- 
sities of  Berlin,  Leipzig,  Halle, 
Tubingen,  Greisswald.  Entered 
University  in  1884;  Pastor  in  Ger- 
many, 1890-91;  came  to  China  as 
Pastor  of  German  Church  in 
Shanghai  in  1892  and  devoted  him- 
self to  literary  work  amongst 
Chinese.  Publications:  "  Confucius 
and  Christ,  Friends,"  "  A  Christian 
Commentary  to  the  Chinese  Four 
Books,"  "Four  thousand  frequent 


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characters,"  "  Important  Doctrines 
of  the  Bible,"  "  A  Summary  of  the 
Gospel  of  God,"  "  German-Chinese 
Reader,''  etc.  Address  :  34,  Wei- 
liaiwei  Road,  Shanghai,  China. 

KRIEKENBECK,  J.  W.  (PA  HANG), 
Federated  Malay  States  Civil 
Service ;  6.  Mar.  28,  18C2.  Clerical 
Service  and  acting  assistant  Audi- 
t  o  r,  Perak,  1888-1898  ;  acting 
Financial  Assistant,  Krian,  1899 ; 
Auditor,  Pahang,  1900;  District 
Treasurer,  Kuala  Lipis  and  Super- 
intendent of  Posts  and  Telegraphs, 
1901;  Audit  Office,  Selangor  and 
Pahang,  1902  ;  assistant  Revenue 
Auditor,  Perak,  and  acting  Revenue 
Auditor,  Pahang,  1903.  Address : 
Pahang,  Federated  Malay  States. 

KRUGER,  Dr.  Friedrich  (HONG- 
KONG), German  Consul;  b.  .Jan. 
11,  1857.  Ednc.  :  Klosteschule 
Ilfeld  (Province  Hannover) ;  Uni- 
versities of  Tubingen,  Berlin  and 
Gottingen,  studying  law.  Refe- 
reudar  at  Hamburg ;  after  passing 
second  law  examination,  1884, 
practised  at  Bar  at  Hamburg; 
Doctor  jaris  utiiusque  (i.e.,  LL.D)  ; 
entered  German  Foreign  Office, 
1888;  Vice-Consul  at  Constanti- 
nople, 1889-1894  ;  Consul  at  Ruse-link 
(Bulgaria),  1895-96  ;  Consul  at 
Manila,  1897-1904  ;  Consul  at  Hong- 
kong, 1934  to  present ;  captain  of 
Reserve  in  German  Army.  Deco- 
rations: Several  German  and  for- 
eign. Club:  Germania,  and  Hong- 
kong. Address:  German  Consulate, 
Wyiulliam  Street  ;  and  "  Lugins- 
land,"  Peak  Road,  Hongkong. 

KUANG-H3U.   Emperor  (PEKING),  b. 


Aug.  2,  1872  ;  g.  of  Prince 
Ch'un  ;  m.  Feb.  20,  1889.  Proclaim- 
ed Emperor  of  China  under 
title  of  Kuang-hsu  (Glorious 
Succession)  upon  the  death  of  his 
cousin,  the  Emperor  Tung-chili  ; 
nominally  assumed  Government  in 
March,  1887,  upon  attaining 
majority  ;  duiing  the  reform 
agitation  of  1898,  showing  tendency 
to  favour  movement,  was  practically 
deposed  by  Empress  Dowager  by  a 
coup  d'etat;  since  that  time  has 
had  no  voice  in  the  Government  of 
the  country,  the  Empress  Dowager 
being  the  ruler  of  China  de  facto  ; 
has  no  issue ;  is  considered  to  be  a 
well  intentioned  man  without  force 
of  character  and  handicapped  by 
both  mental  and  physical  weakness. 
Residence  :  The  Forbidden  City,  Pe- 
king, China. 

KU  CHAO-HSI  (SHANGHAI),  Managing 
Director,  China  Merchants  Steam 
Navigation  Co.  ;  native  of  Kiaugsn  ; 
provincial  graduate.  Kirin  Tao, 
July,  1882;  Fengtin  Tao,  Shensi, 
Dec.,  1888  ;  transferred  for  service- 
in  Formosa,  October,  1891  ;  Taotai, 
Formosa,  Dec.,  1891 ;  holds  Brevet 
rank  of  Judge ;  appointed  Managing 
Director,  ('.M.S'.  Navigation  Co.,  in 
winter,  1393. 

K'UEI-CHUN     (PEKING),      President, 

Board  of  Punishments  ;  native  of 
Manchuria.  Yen-Chien-Shao-Tao, 
Fukien,  1882  ;  Hsing-Ch'uan-yung 
Tao,  Fukien,  Jan.,  1885 ;  Judicial 
Commissioner,  Fukien.  March,  1888: 
Financial  Commissioner,  Shansi, 
Nov.,  1SS1);  Governor,  Shansi; 
Nov.,  1891;  Governor, 


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M ay,  1892  ;  G  o  v  e  r  n  o  r-General , 
Szeehwan,  July,  1898 ;.  ordered  to 
resign,  Aug.,  1892;  President, 
Mongolian  Superintendency,  Feb., 
1892;  do.,  Board  of  Punishments, 
Oct.,  1903. 

KUEI-HSIANG,  Duke  (SHAN-HAI- 
KWAN  ),  General  in  Command  of 
Troops;  native  of  Manchuria;  father- 
in-law  of  Emperor  Kuang-hsu  ;  bro- 
ther of  Empress  Dowager ;  father  of 
Empress.  Deputy  Lieut.-Geueral  ; 
Duke  of  the  3rd  Degree,  Nov.,  1888  ; 
Expectant  Vice  -  President  of  a 
Board,  Feb.,  1889;  Vice-President, 
Board  of  Works,  Feb.,  1891 ;  Lieut.  - 
General,  Boi-dered  White  Banner 
Corps,  1891 ;  in  command  of  troops 
at  Shan-hai-kwan,  Sept.,  1894. 

K'UEI  HUAN  (ULIASI-T'AI),  Military 
Assistant  Governor  ;  native  of 
Mongolia.  Sub-Director,  Imperial 
Stud  Court,  1888;  assistant  Director, 
Admiralty  Office  ;  assistant  Re- 
.sident  Tibet,  March,  1891;  Resident, 
Tibet,  Nov.,  1892;  vacated  post, 
March,  1898  ;  Military  Assistant 
Governor,  Uliasut'ai,  Mongolia, 
Oct.,  1899. 

KUEI-IItf  (PKKixo),  native  of  Man- 
churia ;  metropolitan  graduate, 
1874.  Prefect,  Yunnan,  1884;  I-nan 
Tao,  Yunnan,  K'ai-Kuei-Chen-Hsu 
Tao,  Honan,  Feb.,  1892;  Taotai, 
Kueichow,  West,  Sept.,  1897  ;  as- 
sistant Resident  of  Tibet,  1903; 
retired,  May,  1904. 

K'UEI-FU  (  SHAOHSIXG-FU  ),  Prefect ; 
native  of  Manchuria.  Assistant 
Agent,  K'obdo,  Nov.,  1886;  Dep. 
Lieut. -General,  San-hsing,  March, 


1890  ;  Military  Assistant.  Governor  , 
K'obdo,  March,  1891  ;  vacated  post 
through  illness,  July,  1896  ;  Dep, 
Lieut.  -General,  Chahar,  Kalgan,. 
July,  1900;  Prefect,  Shaohsing-Fiu 
Chekiang,  March,  1906. 


K'UEI-PIN,  Lieut-General 

Prince  Jui  (eight  princely  families)  ',. 
Lieut-General,  Yellow  Banner 
Corps,  Oct.,  1893;  Vice-President, 
Imperial  Clan  Court,  March,  1899  ; 
Lieut.  -  General,  Bordered  White 
Banner  Corps,  Feb.,  1901. 

K'UEI-SHUN  (PEKING),  Military  Go- 
vernor ;  native  of  Manchuria.  Kan- 
Liang  Tao,  Kansu,  May,  1885; 
Imperial  Agent,  Shi-Ning,  Oct., 
1892  ;  called  to  Peking  for  duty, 
Dec.,  1898;  Dep.-Lieut.  -General, 
Bordered  White  Banner  Corps,  July, 
1900  ;  Lieut.  -Governor,  Chahar,  1901; 
Military  Governor,  Uliasut'ai  (N.\V. 
Mongolia)  Jan.,  1905;  transferred  to 
Peking,  July,  1905. 

KUGA,  Marquis  Michihisa  (TOKYO), 
Member  of  Constitutional  Party  ;  b. 
Nov.,  1841,  at  Kyoto.  Commander 
of  brigade  of  Imperial  Army  during 
war  preceding  Restoration  ;  later 
appointed  to  position  in  Household 
Department  and  Secretary  of 
Cabinet  ;  created  Marquis,  1884  ; 
Governor  of  Tokyo,  1896-1897.  A  d- 
dress  :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

KUKI,  Baron  Takakazu  (TOKYO), 
Privy  Councillor;  b.  Nov.,  1852,  in 
Settsu.  Connected  with  Educatio  n 
Department  for  several  years  ; 
Minister  at  Washington,  1884-88; 
aftei  wards  Director  of  Imperial 
Museum,  Nara  ;  has  occupied  seat 


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in  House  of  Peers  ;  created  Baron, 
1895.  Address  :  Tokyo.  .Japan. 

KUMAKAWA:  Dr.  Muneo  (TOKYO), 
Professor,  Imperial  University ; 
l>.  Oct.,  1858.  Educ.  .-Gennany,  1887- 
1890.  Professor  of  I  mperial 
University.  Tokyo,  since  1891. 
Ail'lt-eux :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

KUME,  Kei-ichiro  (TOKYO),    Artist : 

f>.  Aug.  ISGu.  in  Saga-Ken.  Educ.: 
Paris,  l^sii-!«;  Professor  of  Tokyo 
Fine  Art  [School,  1896;  noted 
landscape  painter.  Addre**:  Tokyo, 
.Japan. 

K'UN-HSIU,  Lieut-General  (PKKJNU), 
native  of  Manchuria ;  provincial 
graduate.  Secretary  of  Office  of 
T  r  a  n  s  mission;  Deputy  Com- 
missioner, Office  of  Transmission, 
.March,  1891  ;  Director  Sacrificial 
AVer  ship,  Aug.,  1891:  Assistant 
.Superintendent,  JJoard  of  Ad- 
miralty ;  Sub.  Chancellor,  Grand 
Secretariat,  Jan..  1894 ;  junior  Vice- 
President,  Hoard  of  Ceremonies, 
Dec.,  1895;  Deputy  Lieut-General, 
Red  Banner  Corps,  Aug.,  1896; 
senior  Vice- President,  Board  of 
Ceremonies,  Jan.,  1897  ;  cashiered, 
Sept. ,1898;  Vice-president,  Board 
of  Punishment,  Oct.,  1898  ;  Brigade- 
General,  Na-lanchen,  June,  1900 ; 
Vice-President,  Mongolian  Super- 
ill  tendency  ,  Oct.,  1903;  Lieut- 
General.  Bordered  Blue  Mauchu 
Banner  Corps,  July,  19iV>. 

KUNI.  Prince  (TOKYO),  Captain  of 
Infantry  ;  b.  July  23,  1873  ;  in.  Dec. 
13,  1899,  Princess  Chikaka,  7th  d.  of 
Prince  Shimazu.  Was  attached  to 
.staff  of  General  Kuroki  during 


Russo-Japanese    \\-;\r.     Adilrcua 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

KUO-CH'UAN(  HI-LAN),  Deputy  Lieut.- 
.  Governor;  native  of  Manchuria. 
Commandant,  Chahar,  1884;  Com- 
mandant forces,  Hi,  1887  ;  detailed 
for  sen-ice,  Manchuria,  May,  189S  ; 
Deputy  Lieut. -Governor,  Hu-lan, 
Sept.,  1981. 

K'UO-P'U-T'UNG-WU    (IIsi-MNG), 

native  of  Manchuria;  metropolitan 
graduate,  1886.  Tutor,  Imperial 
Academy;  Deputy  Supervisor,  Im- 
perial Instruction,  1894;  Expositor, 
Hanlin,  1894;  degraded  to  sub- 
Reader,  Hanlin,  May,  1S94  ;  assis- 
tant Supervisor  of  Instruction, 
June,  1895 ;  Chief  Supervisor  of 
Instruction,  April,  1893;  sub-Chan- 
cellor, (fraud  Secretariat,  Sept., 
1896  ;  Vice  -  President,  Board  of 
Ceremonies,  Sept.,  1898;  Imperial 
Agent,  Hsi-ning,  Dec.,  1898;  retired 
May,  1903. 

KURINO,  Shin-ichiro  (TOKYO),  Minis- 
ter for  Japan  at  Paris ;  ft.  1852  at 
Fukuoka.  Commissioner  of  Foreign 
Office,  1881  ;  Vice-Chief  of  In- 
vestigation Bureau,  1886 ;  Director 
of  Investigation  Bureau,  1891  ; 
Minister  at  Washington,  1894  ;  at 
Rome,  1896 ;  at  Paris,  1897  ;  at  St. 
Petersburg,  1901,  and  again  at 
Paris.  A  ddrexs :  Tokyo,  Japan  ;  and 
Japanese  Legation,  Paris,  France. 

KURODA,  Kiyotaru  (TOKYO),  Artist ; 
/».  June,  1866.  Educ. :  Paris,  1884-93. 
One  of  Japan's  noted  painters,  of 
the  Western  School.  Addw**  : 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

KURODA.  Marquis  Nagashiga 


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Kyu. 


(TOKYO),  Vice- President  of  the 
House  of  Peers  ;  b.  May,  1867,  at 
Fukuoka.  Eili'c. :  Cambridge  Uni- 
versity, England,  1884-89.  Master 
of  Ceremonies,  1889-90 ;  at  present 
President  of  Oriental  Association  ; 
created  Marquis,  1884.  A  tlilrc**: 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

KUROIWA,  Shurcku  (TOKYO),  Kuitor 
and  Proprietor  of  the  "Yorod/u 
Choho";  b.  Oct.,  1862,  at  Tosa. 
Translator  of  foreign  novels  until 
1892,  when  started  ''  Yorodzu." 
Adili'i'**:  Tokyo,  .Japan. 

KUROKI,  Baron,  General  (TOKYO), 
(J.C.M.Ci.;  b.  at  Salsiima,  March, 


1844.  Commanded  K  u  in  a  in  o  t  o- 
Anny  Division  in  Chino-Japanese 
War  and  captured  Weihafwei, 
Feb.,  1895  ;  promoted  Full  (ieneral, 
Nov.,  1903  ;  on  outbreak  of  Russo- 
Japanese  War,  appointed  Com- 
mander of  First  Army  that  won 
.Battle  of  Yalu  and  many  subsequent 
victories  during  campaign  ;  created 
K.C.  M.(l.  in  May,  1906.  Decorations 
Many  Japanese  and  foreign . 
Addtrxs  :  Tokyo,  Jap:in. 

KWANG-HSU,    Emperor    of    China 


KYUSHU,    Bishcp  cf 
RT.  HKV. 


LAFFONT,  Saturnin  Louis  Edouard 
(SOCTRANG),  Resident ;  Administra- 
tor, 1st  class ;  b.  Aug.  19,  1853. 
Joined  Indo-China  Civil  Service, 
Jan.  1,  1881 ;  Administrator,  4th 
.class,  Jan.  1,  1881 :  Administrator, 
-3rd  class,  Jan.  1,  1886  ;  Administra- 
tor, 2nd  class,  Aug.  1, 1889 ;  Adminis- 
trator, 1st  class,  Sept.  1,  1898; 
Decoration  :  Officier  d'Academie. 
A  d  d  ress :  Soctrang,  Province  of 
Soctrang,  Cochin-China. 

LAGRANGE,  Charles  Augufcte  (HA- 
NOI), Resident  ;  Administrator, 
2nd  class  ;  b.  Nov.  15,  1851.  Joined 
Indo-China  Civil  Service,  May  9, 
1882  ;  Administrator,  4th  class, 
Aug.  1,  1889 ;  Administrator,  3rd 
class,  Jan.  1,  1893 ;  Administrator, 
2nd  class,  Jan.  1,  1899.  Address  : 
Hanoi,  Indo-China. 

LAGUARIGUE  DE  SURVILLIERS, 
Colonel  Louis  F.  E.  (HANOI),  Com- 
mandant le  5e  Regiment  d'Artillerie. 
Decoration  :  Officier  de  la  Legion 
d  '  H  o  n  n  e  n  r .  A  ddrcss :  Hanoi, 
Tonkin,  Indo-China. 

LAIDLAW,  George  Muir  (LOWER 
I'KRAK),  M.A. ;  Federated  Malay 
States  Civil  Seavice ;  b.  Nov.  30, 
1878.  Educ. :  Cambridge  Univer- 
sity. Cadet,  Perak,  1901;  Settle- 


j  ments  Officer,  Tanjong  Malim, 
1902;  acting  assistant  District 
Officer,  Lower  Perak,  1903.  Ad- 
dress: Lower  Perak,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

LAKE,  Rev.  John  (CANTON),  Minister 
and  Missionary ;  b.  June,  11,  1870. 
Edv.c. :  Citadel,  Charleston,  S.C.  ; 
Columbia  Theological  Seminary, 
etc.  Became  a  page  in  the  Carolina 
State  Legislature  at  age  of  9  ;  won 
State  Military  Academy  Scholar- 
ship in  1887;  in  connection  with 
Y.M.C.A.  has  been  President, 
General  Secretary,  State  Secretary, 
and  edited  Y.M.C.A.  newspapers 
in  various  states  ;  organised  Euro- 
pean Y.M.C.A.  in  Canton.  Publica- 
tions :  Various  Y.M.C.A.  pamphlets 
and  cOBtribntionsto  numerous 
journals.  Club  :  Canton  Rowing. 
Address  :  144  Shameen,  Canton. 

LAMBERT,  John(HoNGKON<;),  H.N.R., 

American  Sy.  Nav.  Eng. ;  Surveyor 
to  Lloyds'  Register ;  />.  Durham, 
Aug.  19,  1862,  s.  of  Dr.  W.  O.  Lam- 
bert, M.D.,  L.R.C.P.,  London. 
Educ.  :  Royal  Kepier  Grammar 
School,  Houghton  -  le  -  Spring. 
R.N.R.,  1889;  arrived  Hongkong, 
1896;  Superintendent,  Cosmopolitan 
Docks  ;  later  same  position.  Kow- 
loon  Dojks  ;  joined  Lloyds,  1904_ 

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Club:  In.st.  Engineers,  Hongkong, 
(Vice- President).  Address:  4,  Orms- 
by  Villas,  Kowloon,  Hongkong. 

LAMMERT,    George    Philip    (Hoxo- 

KOX(i),  Auctioneer ;  b.  Hongkong 
Dec.  3,  1882  ;  m.  1893  and  again  1900. 
Educ.:  Royal  College,  Berlin  and 
Iiisterbtirg,  1871-1881 ;  arrived  Hong- 
kong, 1881 ;  joined  Diercks  and  Co., 
Swatow,  1881;  Siemssen  and  Co., 
1833  ;  started  auctioneer's  business, 
1891  ;  Captain,  Hongkong  Volunteer 
Corps.  Clubs  :  Royal  Hongkong 
Yacht;  Germania;  Cricket ;  Jockey  ; 
Howling;  Recreation;  Philharmonic 
and  Dramatic  Societies.  Address: 
4,  Elliott  Crescent,  Hongkong. 

LANGHAM-CARTER,  W.  (SINGAPORE), 
Straits  Settlements  Civil  Service. 
Educ.:  Bradfield  College,  Berks. 
Catl3t,  Straits  Settlements,  1890 ; 
passed  final  examination  in  Malay, 
Dec.,  1892;  acting  District  Officer, 
Malacca,  Jan.,  1896 ;  District  Officer, 
Province  Wellesley,  April,  1897 ; 
continued  to  act  at  Malacca ;  act- 
ing Collector  of  Land  Revenue  and 
Registrar  of  Deeds,  Singapore, 
Dec.,  1898  ;  Inspector  of  Prisons, 
Straits  Settlements,  Jan.  to  May, 
1901 ;  assistant  Post  Master  Gen- 
-eral,  Penang,  Dec.,  1901 ;  2nd 
Magistrate,  Singapore,  Aug.,  1902; 
acting  Collector  of  Land  Revenue, 
and  Registrar  of  Deeds,  Singapore, 
Sept.,  1902  ;  appointed  to  class  III 
B,  Jan.,  1903.  Address:  Singapore, 
Straits  Settlements. 

LANGSDORF,  Rev.  William  Bell 
(II  i  u  o  s  II  I  M  A),  M.A.,  Ph.  D.  ; 
Presbyterian  Missionary  and 
Educationalist  ;  b.  186fi,  near 


Mechanicsburg,  Cumberland  Co., 
Pa. ;  m.  1900,  Julia  May  Tappan,  d. 
of  President  Tappan,  of  Miami 
University.  Educ.  :  Dickinson 
College  (B.A.,  1887,  M.A.,  1890); 
Washington,  and  Jefferson,  (Ph.  D. 
1897) ;  Hanover.  Teacher  of  English 
and  Mathematics,  Asbury  Park, 
New  Jersey,  1887-18«9;  Prqfessor  of 
Latin  and  Greek,  Poughkeepsie, 
N.Y.,  Military  College,  1889-1890; 
post-graduate  student,  University 
of  Leipzig,  1890-1892;  special 
student,  University  of  Oxford, 
England,  1892 ;  student  at  Rome 
and  Paris,  1893 ;  Professor,  Latin 
language  and  literature,  Miami 
University,  189C-1902 ;  graduated, 
Lane  Theological  Seminary,  1902  ; 
ordained  by  Dayton  Presbytery 


(Presbyterian  Church  North),  1902; 
a  p  p  o  i  n  t  e  d  b  y  Foreign  Board 
Presbyterian  Church  North,  as 
Missionary  to  Japan,  1902  ;  Com- 
m  i  s  s  i  o  n  e  r  to  107th  General 
Assembly  of  Presbyterian  Church 
(North)  1895;  Member  of  Archae- 
logical  Institute  of  America ; 
American  Philological  Association. 
r  u  bl  i  cat  to  n  s  :  Translator  of 
Seneca's  <:  Tranquillity  of  Mind  and 
Providence  ;"  contributor  to  lead- 
ing educational  journals.  Address : 
189,  Kokutaiji  Mura,  Hiroshima, 
Japan. 

LANGSTON,  Staphen  Horatio  (RAUB), 
B.A.  ;  Federated  Malay  States 
Civil  Service  ;  b.  June  24,  1877. 
Educ. :  Westminister,  and  Keble 
College,  Oxford,  (B.A.,  1930).  Acting 
assistant  District  Officer,  Kuala 
Selangor,  1902;  acting  assistant 
District  Officer,  Kuala  Kubu  and 


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Seremlali,  1903 ;  acting  assistant 
l>i>tiiet  Treasurer,  Kuala  Lumpur, 
1904  ;  acting  District  Treasurer, 
Kaub.  Pahang,  1900.  Addrcax: 
Baub.  Pahnng,  Federated  Malay 
States. 

LANNING,  George  (  s  n  v  x  <:  n  A  i  ), 
Principal,  Shanghai  Public  School; 

b.  June  1C,  1852 ;  //<.  1875,  to 
Caroline,  (/.  of  Theo.  Mallor,  of 
M iddlewich.  Educ.  :  \\'  e  \  m  o  u  t  h 
House  School,  Bath,  and  St.  John's 
College,  Battersea.  London.  Began 
training  as  teacher  under  his 
father,  also  a  teacher:  was  head 
of  the  All  England  Scholarship 
Exam,  list,  1870  ;  graduated  in  1872 
with  1st  class  CertiHicate  ;  Head 
Master,  Middlewich  Schools,  1872- 
75 ;  of  the  Anglo-Chinese  School, 
Shanghai,  1875-89;  and  the  Shang- 
hai Public  School,  1889  to  present 
time.  J'nblicatiuii* :  '  Easy  Steps 
to  Chinese  Studies."  and  various 
anonymous  hooks  and  pamphlets. 
Club:  Masonic.  Adcli-c**:  Public 
School,  Shanghai,  China. 

IANSDELL,  Alfred (M:cu i  SKMIULAX), 
Federated  Mal.iy  States  Civil 
Service  ;  b.  June  2;),180.">.  Assistant 
Surveyor,  Land  Office  at  Kintaand 
Matang,  18S9-189i  ;  acting  Revenue 
Surveyor,  1H9">:  Superintendent  of 
Surveys,  Negri  S.'mbilan,  1897-1901. 
Ad-.lrcxx  :  Negri  S.i;nliilin,  Fede- 
rated Malay  States. 

LAU  CHU-PAK  (HoNiiKwxu),  J.I'-; 
Compradore,  A.  S.  Watson  and 
Co.  ;  b.  Jnna  5,  1837;  in.  1886. 
Educ.:  Government  Central  School, 
Hongkong.  Fiist  clerk  to  Hong- 
kong  O'baervatory,  1S85;  co:n- 


pradore  to  West  Point  Godowii 
Co.,  18SS  ;  Senior  Anglo-Chinest- 
master  of  Formosa  (jjovernment 
College,  1839  ;  tea  merchant,  18SK) ; 
first  Chinese  assistant  and  com- 
pradore  of  A.  S.  Watson  and  Co. 
since  1893  ;  member  of  directorate 
of  Tung  Wa  Hospital;  member  of 
committee  of  Society  for  Protection 
of  Women  and  Children  ;  member 
of  the  Sanitary  Board  ;  member  of 
District  Watchman  Committee  ; 
hou.  secretary  of  Ellis  Kadoorie 
Chinese  Schools  Society  :  member 
of  exe<-utive  committee  of  Tung 
Wa  District  Hospitals  since  18i>7  ; 
took  a  leading  part  in  the  establish- 
ment of  the  Plague  Hospital  for 
Chinese,  the  Ellis  Kadoorie  Chin- 
ese Schools  Society  in  Hongkong 
and  China,  the  Blake  Commemora- 
tion Fund,  the  Chinese  Commercial 
rnion,  etc.,  etc.  Club  :  Hongkong 
(Chinese).  Adilri'**  :  No.  1,  "  Ard- 
more,"  liahington  Path,  Honsrkong. 

LAURANS,  Louis  Josapii  Charle 
Felix  (Svl(iON),  Conseiller,  Cour 
d'Appel  ;  b.  Nov.  !),  1S5.».  Entree 
1' Administration  de  la  Justice, 
Aout  15,  1877  ;  Conseiller,  Juillet  1, 
19:14.  Addre&8:  s.iigon.  (Nic-hin- 
Chin.'t. 

LAW,  Archibald  Fitzgerald  (PKX.VXG), 
M.A.  ;  Puisne  Judge  ;  b.  185%J. 
Educ.  :  Oriel  College,  Oxford. 
Called  to  Bar,  Inner  Temple,  1879; 
Assistant  Commissioner,  Cyprus, 
•  1333;  President  of  District  Court, 
Famagv.sta,  1883;  Principal  Forest 
Officer,  1886';  member  of  Legislative 
Council,  1887 ;  acting  Queen's  Ad- 
vocate, 1839-189 J  ;  acting  Chi  'f  Sec- 
retary to  f ;  o  v  e  r  n  m  e  n  t  1890-91 ; 
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olmirmrin  of  Commission  to  enquire 
as  to  economies  possible  in  certain 
(iovernment  departments,  1391; 
(Queen's  Advocate,  1892 ;  Puisne 
Judge,  Straits  Settlements,  1893; 
appointed  to  conduct  special  in- 
quiry in  Perak,  1894,  and  received 
thanks  of  Secretary  of  State  ;  act- 
ing Chief  Justice,  Straits  Settle- 
ments, April,  19)1  ;  Senior  Puisne 
Judge,  Penang,  Dec.,  1931.  Cliils  : 
Oxford  and  Cambridge.  Address: 
IVnanj,  Straits  Settlemenst. 

LAW,  Donaldson  Riddell  (Ho.v;- 
KONG  )>  Merchant;  Manager  local 
establishment  of  Butterfield  and 
Swire.  Came  to  the  East  from 
Scotland  over  25  years  ago  and  for 
some  years  represented  the  firm  in 
Amoy.  Club  :  Hongkong.  Address: 
The  Peak,  Hongkong. 

LAWRENCE,  Captain  Lionel  Aubrey 
Walter  Barnes-  (.HONGKONG),  Har- 
bour Master,  Captain  R.N.,  retired; 
b.  May  26,  1855.  Served  in  punitive 
expedition  up  the  liver  Gambia, 
West  Africa,  in  1876  ;  on  the  Somali 
Coast,  IS?.');  with  the  Naval  Brigad- 
during  the  Kaffir  War,  1877-78,  and 
throughout  the  Egyptian  Campaign, 
1882  ;  lent  by  the  Admiralty  for 
service  under  the  Chinese  Govern- 
ment, 1879 ;  employed  as  Comman- 
der in  the  Naval  Intelligence  De- 
partment, 1892-6;  appointed  Captain 
of  the  Port  at  Gibraltar,  1893  ; 
transferred  to  Hongkong  as  Hai- 
bour  Mister,  &c.,  and  Member  of 
the  Legislative  Council,  1904.  De- 
corations :  Egyptian  and  South 
African  war  Medals.  Club  :  Hong- 
kong-. Address  :  "  The  Chalet," 
Tue  Pe %k,  Hongkong. 


LAWRIE,  James  Wm.  (PEXANG), 
Marine  Surveyor.  Assistant  Govern- 
ment Engineer  and  Surveyor,  Singa- 
pore, June  12,  1883  ;  resigned,  Oct. 
10, 1884;  re-appointed  assistant  Gov- 
ernment Maiine  Surveyor,  Sept.  2t5, 
1887;  Government  Marine  Surveyor, 
Penang,  Mar.  9,  1901,  Address : 
Penanf,  Straits  Settlements. 

LAWSHE,  Abraham  L.  (MANILA), 
Auditor  for  Philippine  Islands ;  b, 
Oct.  6,  1860,  at  Somerset,  India.ua. 
Edwc.  :  Piivately  ;  High  Schools. 
Commencing  as  compositor,  became 
job  printer,  foreman,  reporter, 
editor,  and  proprietor,  filled  var- 
ious lo^al  offices  and  represented 
district  in  Republican  National 
Convention  of  1896  ;  appointed 
Postmaster  by  President  Harrison, 
1889  ;  appoints!  Deputy  Auditor 
for  Post  Off.c3  Department  of  U.S. 
by  Fresilent  McKinl-y,  1897; 
specially  assigned  by  Secretary  of 
Treasury  to  in /estigate  and  report 
upon  methods  of  enforcing  Chinese 
exclusion  laws  along  Canadian 
border  aid  on  Pacific  Coast,  1899  ; 
sent  to  Cuba  as  auxiliary  to  Postal 
Commission  to  asnst  in  organis- 
ing postal  S3rvice  under  U.  S. 
Military  Government,  1899;  again 
sent  to  Cuba  to  investigate  Cuban 
postal  frauds,  April,  1900  ;  resigned 
positions  of  Deputy  Auditor  for 
Post  Cfficj  Department,  Assistant 
Auditor  for  Cuba,  and  Auditor  for 
Department  of  Posts  of  Cuba  to 
accept  position  of  Auditor  for 
Philippine  Is-1  inds  ;  appointed 
Chairman  of  Philippine  Exposition 
Board  at  Lorisi;  ni  Purchase  Ex- 
hibition at  St.  Louis,  Aug.,  1904; 


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resumed  duty  as  Auditor,  July, 
1905.  Address:  Manila,  Philippine 
Island.-. 

LAWSON,  Eric  St.  John  (BANGKOK), 
Commissioner  of  Police ;  b.  June 
24,  1839.  E.luc. :  Westminster 
School.  Joined  Burmah  Police, 
April,  1891;  transferred  to  X.  W. 
Provinces  and  Oudh  on  promotion, 
Aug.,  1893;  on  famine  work  in 
addition  to  other  duties,  in  Banda 
District,  Bundelihun d,  1896-97  ; 
services  favourably  mentioned  in 
minute  of  Government,  issued  at 
close  of  famine  ;  services  placed  at 
disposal  of  Government  of  Siam  by 
Government  of  India,  Oct.,  1898  ; 
promoted  to  commissioner,  March, 
1902.  Decoration:  3r'l  class  of 
White  Elephant  of  Siam.  Clubs: 
East  India  United  Service  ;  British, 
Bangkok.  Address :  Bangkok, 
Siam  ;  Saint's  Bay,  Guernsey. 

LAY,  Julius  G  a  r  e  c  li  e  (CANTON), 
American  Consnl-General ;  b.  Aug., 
9,  1872,  at  Washington,  D.C. ;  m. 
Dec.,  10,  1904,  to  Anne  Howard. 
Educ. :  Public  Schools  ;  Columbia 
Grammar  School,  New  York.  Clerk, 
American  Consulate,  Ottawa, 
Canada,  1889-91;  V  ice-Consul, 
Ottawa,  1891-96 ;  Consul  at  Windsor, 
Ontario,  1896-99 ;  Consul-General, 
Barcelona,  Spain,  1899-1904  ;  Ameri- 
can Consul-General,  Canton,  since 
Nov.,  1904;  appointed  Consul  Gene- 
ral at  Capetown,  May,  1906.  Club; 
Metropolitan,  Washington,  D.C. 
A ddress  :  American  Consulate 
General,  Canton,  China. 

LAY,  W.  T.  (CHUNGKING),  Commis- 
sioner of  Customs.  Recommended 


for  first  class  decoration  ofW-hird 
rank  for  assistance  -riven  in  the 
development  of  trade,  May,  VJiKi. 
Address:  Chungking,  China. 

LEARNED,  Dr.  D  wight  Whitney 
(KYOTO),  D.D.,  B.A.,  Ph.D.; 

Theological  Teacher ;  b.  O^t.  12, 
1848,  at  Canterbury,  Conn.,  U.S.A. ; 
in.  July  7,  1875,  Florence  Helen 
Rehard.  Eilitc.  :  Yale  University 
Professor  of  Greek,  Thayer  College, 
1873-75;  arrived  in  Japan,  1875,  at 
time  of  opening  of  Doshish.-i 
College,  and  has  since  been  con- 
nected with  that  institution  ;  at 
present  Dean  of  Theological  Depart- 
ment and  Professor  of  Church 
History  and  New  Testament,  also 
Mission  Secretary  and  Treasurer. 
I'itbfirntious  :  Commentary  on  New 
Testament;  Church  History; 
Political  Economy,  etc.  A  <l<i,-< '.>•.<  .- 
Kyoto,  Japan. 

LEASE,  Dr.  John  (SIM;  VI-OKK),  M.H., 
Ch.M.,  Eilin.,  J.P.  ;  Colonial  Sur- 
geon Resident  ;  b.  July  11,  1856,  5th 
*.  of  Henry  Leask,  J. P.,  of  Swart- 
laud  and  Harkisgarth,  Sandwick, 
Orkney;  m.  1884,  Alice,  2nd  <l.  of 
R.  P.  Trute,  Stoke,  Devon.  E<ii«-. : 
Madras  College;  St.  Andrews: 
Edinburgh  University;  graduated 
1879.  Travelled  in  Australia  and 
South  Sea  Islands,  1SSO-81 ;  District 
Surgeon,  Inanda  Division  of 
Victoria  County,  Natal,  1SS2  ; 
Colonial  Surgeon,  Malacca,  1S;H  ; 
Colonial  surgeon  Resident,  Pe- 
nang,  1893  ;  Colonial  Sur-voii 
Resident,  Singapore,  1897 ;  acting 
Principal  Civil  Medical  Officer, 
Straits  Settlements,  1901 ;  Hon.  Life 
Member,  St.  John's  Ambulance  As- 


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Administrator,  3rd  class,  May  29, 
1886;  Administrator,  '2nd  class, 
April  29,  1877 ;  Administrator,  1st 
class.  .March  25,  1891.  Decoration  : 
Officer  '  d'Academie.  A  d d  re  s s : 
Cambodge,  Indo-China. 

LEE,  Edward  Foster  (Kr ALA  Li  MI-IK), 
Educationalist ;  b.  March  26,  1881 ; 
in.  Muriel,  c.  d.  of  .1.  E.  Nathaniel, 
accountant,  "Ceylon  Observer". 
Educ. :  Richmond  College,  Galle, 
City  College, Colombo.  Headmaster, 
Metliodist  Boys'  School,  Kuala 
Lumpur,  Federated  Malay  States ; 
member  of  College  of  Preceptors, 
London;  Member  of  Board  of 
Directors,  Y.M.C.A.,  Kuala  Lum- 
pur. A  dill-ess  •  Kuala  Lump  u  r , 
Selangor,  Federated  Malay  States. 

LEE-JONES  (*<><!  :  .}  o  N  i:  s  ,  j  o  n  \ 
WILLIAM  LKK-). 


sociation,  18SS  ;  D.D.G.M.,  Eastern 
Archipelago,  1888 ;  Coroner  for 
Singapore.  Publications:  Contribu- 
tions to  Medical  Journals.  Clubs: 
Singapore ;  Penang  ;  Sepoy  Lines 
Golf;  Penang  Golf;  Tanglin.  Ad- 
dress :  Mount  Farquhar,  Sepoy 
Lines,  Singapore. 

LE  CAMUS,  Lieut. -Colonel  Michel 
M.  V.  (HANOI),  Commandant 
4e  Territoire  Militaire  et  Cercles. 
Dt'C'iration  :  Chevalier  de  la  Legion 
d'Honneur.  A  d  d  >•  <> .«  x  :  Hanoi, 
Tonkin,  Indo-China. 

LECLERE,  Adhemard  Henri  Alfred 
Albert  (C  A  M  i?  o  D  G  K),  Resident  ; 
Admistrator,  1st  class;  b.  May  12, 
18  53.  J  o  i  n  e  d  Indo-China  Civil 
Service,  May  29,  1886 ;  Administra- 
lor,  4tli  class,  Nov.  1,  1873; 


LEE- WARNER  ( *ec  .-  W  A  R  x  i:  u, 
WILLIAM  H.  LKK-). 

LE  FEVRE,  Thomas  (SKKKMIUN), 
Surveyor;  b.  Jan.  16,  1879.  Settle- 
ment Officer,  Seremban,  1898-1900; 
District  Surveyor,  do,  19J2 ;  1st. 
grade  Surveyor,  do,  1903.  Address: 
Seremban,  Negri  Sembilan, 
Federated  Malay  States. 

LEIRIA,  Joao  Joaquim  (HONGKONG), 
Merchant,  Rozario  and  Co.,  Agents 
of  the  Banco  Nacional  Ultramarino 
of  Lisbon  ;  Vice-Consul  for  Portugal 
and  Consul  for  Brazil ;  b.  Sept.  10, 
1868,  at  Hongkong  ;  m.  Elisa,  3rd  d. 
of  late  M.  C.  do  Rozario,  merchant. 
Educ.  :  Hongkong.  Decorations: 
Knight  Commander  of  Portuguese 
Order  of  Christ.  Clubs  :  Lusitano  ; 
Jockey;  Cricket;  Victoria  Recrea- 
tion, and  Bowling.  Address: 
"Duart,"  l.i,  Arbuthnot  Road, 
Hongkong. 

LEMASSON,  Emile  (CAP  ST  JACQUES), 
Administrator  and  Mayor.  De- 
<-<>i-atioii  :  Officer  d'Academie.  Ad- 
di-ess  :  Cap  St  Jacques,  via  Saigon, 
Cochin-China. 

LEMON,  Arthur  Henry  (SINGAPORE), 
B.A.  ;  Assistant.  Clerk  of  Councils. 
Educ.:  Merchant  Taylors'  School, 
and  Exeter  College,  Oxford 
(Scholar) ;  B.A.  1887.  Cadet,  Straits 
Settlements,  1888 ;  Private  Secretary 
to  Governor,  Sept.,  1889,  to  Jan., 
1890 ;  attached  to  Chinese  Protec- 
torate, Penang,  Aug.,  1891  ;  Secre- 
tary to  Currency  Committee,  June, 
1893;  acting  District  Officer,  South 
Malacca,  Dec.,  1893;  passed  in 
Malay,  1894  ;  acting  3rd  Magistrate, 


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Singapore,  April,  1894 ;  acting  2nd 
Assistant  Colonial  .Secretary,  May. 
1895;  acting  assistant  Colonial 
Secretary,  and  Clerk  of  Councils, 
June;  acting  2nd  assistant 
Colonial  Secretary,  Aug.,  1895; 
acting  District  Officer,  Malacca, 
Oct.,  1895  ;  District  Officer,  Province 
AVellesley,  June,  1896,  but  continued 
to  act  at  Malacca;  acting  2nd 
Magistrate,  Penang,  July,  1898 ;  act- 
ing assistant  Postmaster  General, 
Penang,  Aug.,  1898  ;  2nd  assistant 
Colonial  Secretary,  Jan.,  1902; 
acting  Collector  of  Laud  Revenue, 
and  Registrar  of  Deeds,  Penang, 
April,  1903;  acting  assistant 
Colonial  Secretary  ;  acting  assistant 
Clerk  of  Councils,  Singapore.  Club  : 
Singapore.  Address:  Singapore, 
Straits  Settlements. 

LENCOU-BAREME,  Rene  Louis 
(HANOI),  Substitut  du  Procureur 
General ;  b.  Nov.  24,  1859.  Entree 
T  Administration,  Juin  5;  1886; 
Substijut  du  Procureur  General, 
Nov.  1,  1901.  Address:  Hanoi, 
Tonkin,  Indo-China. 

LENZMANN,  Carl  Robert  (HONG- 
KONG ),  Merchant,  manager  of 
Carlowitz  and  Co.  ;  b.  Oct.  19,  1865. 
Educ.  :  In  Germany.  Arrived  in 
China  (Canton),  1892;  represented 
firm  in  Japan,  1902-5;  ca»ne  to 
Hongkong,  1905.  Clubs :  Germania  ; 
Jockey  ;  Hongkong  ;  Concordia, 
Kobe  ;  and  Kobe  Club.  Address  : 
c/o  Carlowitz  and  Co.,  Hongkong. 

LEPONT,  Rev.  Ernest  S.  (PANG  ASINAN), 
Minister  of  Methodist  Episcopal 
Church  ;  b.  1868.  Educ.  :  Kvanston. 
U.S.A.  ;  North  Western  University. 


Was  admitted  to  practise  of  law  as 
Barrister  and  Solicitor  in  Chancery 
in  1892,  in  State  of  Washington  ; 
practised  for  five  years  in  courts  of 
state  ;  graduated  from  School  of 
Theology  of  North  Western  Univer- 
sity, in  May,  1899;  was  appointed 
Headmaster  of  Anglo-Chinese 
School  at  Singapore,  Aug.,  1899- 
and  held  position  until  March, 
1903;  was  then  transferred  to 
Philippine  Islands  and  appointed 
Missionary  in  charge  of  Province 
Qf  Paugasinan  ;  in  Aug.,  13C4  ap 
pointed  Presiding  Elder  of  North- 
ern Districts  and  stationed  at 
Lingayen.  Address:  Lingnyen. 
Pangasinan  province,  Philippine 
Islands. 

LERA.  C.  A.  (ToKVO),  Envoy  Extraor- 
dinary and  Minister  Plenipoten- 
tiary for  Mexico.  Address: 
Mexican  Legation,  21,  Nagata-cho, 
Tokyo,  Jap.in. 

LE  ROY,  Joseph  Pierre  Marie 
(Cambodge),  Resident  ;  Adminis- 
trator, 2nd  class  ;  b.  Jan.  15,  ISdo  ; 
Joined  Indo-China  Civil  Service, 
June  22,  1SS7  ;  Administrator,  4th 
class,  Aug.  12,  1895  ;  Administrator. 
3rd  class,  Mar.  1,  1899;  Administra- 
tor, 2nd  cla.-'s,  .Jan.  1,  19)4  ; 
Address:  Camltodge.  Indo-China. 


LE    VASSEUR,    Alfred 

Publicist,  Manager,  Proprietor  and 
Chief  Editor  of  "  Courrier  d'Hai- 
phong";  l>.  July  19,  1857.  Educ.: 
Paris,  Lyceum  Louis-le-Grand. 
After  finishing  studies  made  stay 
of  one  year  in  Germany  ;  went  back 
to  France  to  undergo  military 
service  ;  delegated  in  1880-81  to 


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Melbourne  Exhibition;  on  return 
to  France  connected  with  "  Le 
Globe "  ;  gave  numerous  lectures 
under  patronage  of  French  League 
of  Instruction;  went  to  Tonkin  as 
reserve  officer  (expeditionary  corps 
•of  Tonkin) ;  appointed  in  1887,  to 
•civil  service  of  Indo  -  China  ; 
resigned  in  1889  to  establish 
the  "  Imlependaiice  Tonkin  oise  "  ; 
elected  Municipal  Councillor  of 
Hanoi  in  1391 ;  elected  delegate  of 
Annain-Tonkin  at  Superior  Council 
of  the  Colonies  when  he  succeeded 
Jules  Terry  in  1893,  and  went  to 
France  to  fulfil  his  mandate ;  on 
return  to  Indo-China  in  1896, 
established  the  "Indo-  C  h  i  n  e 
Francaise  ; "  returned  to  France  in 
1897  on  private  business  ;  was  can- 
didate in  1898,  in  18th  district  of 
Paris,  at  elections  for  Chamber 
of  Deputies,  obtained  1652  votes ; 
went  to  Algeria  in  1899;  editor 
(1899-19  JU)  of  "Depeche  Algerienne"; 
attache  in  1901  to  Cabinet  of 
(Tovernor  General,  in  charge  of 
newspaper  service ;  returned  in 
1904,  to  Tonkin,  to  assume  position 
of  Chief  Editor  of  "  Courrier  d'Hai- 
phong;  became  in  Nov.,  same  year, 
Manager  ;  Proprietor  in  June,  1905 
turned  paper  into  daily.  Publi- 
i-ittioiw  :  "  Les  Croquis  Contem- 
porains"  (Paris,  1880).  Numerous 
articles  in  Parisian  newspapers. 
Decoration* ;  Academy  Officer  ;  Ton- 
kin medal;  Knight  of  Annam 
Dragon  ;  Officer  of  Royal  Order  of 
Cambodge.  Address:  67,  Boulevard 
Bonnal,  Haiphong,  tndo-Cliina. 

LEVECQUE,  Ernsst  Fernand  ( HANOI)  , 
Directeur  Adjoint    Administration 


des  Douanes  et  Regies ;  b.  Sept. 
2,  1852.  Entree  1'Administration, 
Feb.,  10,  1900.  Decoration:  Cheva- 
lier de  la  Legion  d'H  on  neur. 
Aildress:  Hanoi,  Tonkin,  Indo- 
China. 

LEVERING,  Martin  Murrey  (CEBU), 

Attorney  and  Counsellor  at  law  » 
b.  April  6,  1871 ;  m.  July  31,  1896, 
Nettie  Davis.  Educ.  :  Public  and 
Normal  Schools,  Cal.,  U.S.A.  First 
American  lawyer  to  practise  in 
Philippine  Islands;  organised 
American  Chamber  of  Commerce, 
Manila ;  organised,  and  is  Secre- 
tary of  Cebu  Chamber  of  Commerce; 
founder  and  principal  owner,  Cebn 
Telephone  Co.  ;  founder  and  prin- 
cipal owner,  Yisayan  Electric  Co. 
Club:  United  Service.  Address:  8, 
Calle  Legaspi,  Cebu,  Philippine 
Islands. 

LEVY,  Georges  (HANOI),  Substitut  de 
Procureur  General ;  b.  Nov.  15, 
1861.  Entree  1'Administration, 
.Fuin  30,  1880;  substitut  de  Pro- 
cureur  General,  Sept.  5,  1898. 
Decoration  :  Officier  de  1'Instruc- 
tion  Publiqne.  Address:  Hanoi, 
Tonkin,  Indo-China, 

LEWIS,  Edward  Cornewall  Lynch 
(HONGKONG),  Civil  Service,  Assis- 
tant Postmaster  General ;  b.  Jan. 
24, 1863.  Held  Official  appointments 
previous  to  coming  to  Hongkong 
in  1899  in  the  Islands  of  St.  Vincent 
and  Grenada.  Address:  5  Victoria 
View,  Kowloon,  Hongkong. 

LEWIS,  John  E.  A.  (SARAWAK),  B.A. ; 
Resident,  2nd  class ;  Judge,  Su- 
preme Court ;  Member  of  General 


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Council  of  Sarawak,  etc.  ;  b.  March 
22,  1862.  Echic. :  Privately,  and  at 
Caius  College,  Cambridge,  took  de- 
gree in  1883.  Appointed  extra 
officer.  Sarawak  Civil  Service,  in 
Oct.,  188C;  appointed  Magistrate, 
Manager  of  Government  Printing 
Office,  and  Editor,  "  Sarawak 
Gazette,"  Aug.,  1888;  Acting  In- 
spector of  Police  and  Prisons, 
Nov.,  1889,  to  May,  1890,  and  Sept., 
1894,  to  Dec.,  1895;  Clerk  to  General 
Council,  1897  ;  appointed  Resident, 
2nd  class,  1898.  Club*  :  Oxford  and 
Cambridge  ;  "  Pall  Mall,''  and 
Sarawak.  Addirs*  :  K aching, 
Sarawak,  North  Borneo. 

LEWIS,  Robert  Ellsworth  (SHAX<J- 
HAI),  M.A.  ;  Sec.  of  International 
Committee  of  Y.M.C.A.;  b.  Sept.  29, 
1869,  at  Berkshire,  Vermont,  U.S.A.; 
Eihic. :  Brigham  Academy  ;  State 
University,  Vermont,  M.A.,  1899; 
College  Secretary,  Mass.,  R.I.,  and 
Boston,  1894-96;  Travelling  Sec- 
retary, S.V.M.,  Canada  and  U.S.A., 
1896-97  ;  Secretory,  International 
Committee  of  Y.M.C.A.,  since  1898  ; 
Travelling  Secretary,  China,  1898- 
1900  ;  attached  to  American  Army, 
relief  of  Peking,  1900  (mentioned 
in  despatches).  P  njj  I  I  c  n  t  i  <>  n  x  - 
"  The  Educational  Conquest  of  the 
Far  East".  Address:  2,  Barchet 
Road,  Shanghai,  China. 

LI,  Prince  (PEKING),  Also  known  ?.s 
Shih-to.  Minister  to  Grand  Council; 
President  of  the  Imperial  Clan 
Court,  Chancellor  of  the  Board  of 
Astronomy  ;  Lieut. -General,  Yellow 
Banner  Corps ;  removed  from  Grand 
Council,  Aug.  1901. 


LI  AN-T'UNG,  General  (Ti:.N<;<  now), 
native  of  Anhwei;  Brigade-General, 
Tungchow,  Chihli;  Brigade-General, 
Tengchow,  Shantung,  Feb.,  1904. 

LIANG-CH'ENG,  Sir  Cheng  (PKKIXC). 
K.C.M.G.  ;  Chinese  Minister  to 
United  States  and  Peru  ;  native  of 
Kwangtung.  Expectant  Taotai. 
Chihli ;  First  Secretary  to  Queen 
Victoria's  Jubilee  Mission,  1897; 
conferred  K.C.M.G.  :  a  director  of 
K'ai-ping  Mines  ;  First  Secretary  to 
PrinceCh'un's Mission  to'Germany. 
July,  1901;  Minister  to  United 
States  and  Peru,  Oct.,  1902 ;  term 
expired  spring,  1906,  but  denpiu- 
appeal  for  relief  from  o  ffi  c  e 
remains  pending  settlement  of  U.S. 
Exclusion  Treaty. 

LIANG  TUN- YEN  (TIKNTSIN),  Customs 
Taotai  ;  native  of  Kwangtung : 
honorary  degree.  Interpreter  to 
Chang-Chih-Tung  for  several  years; 
Customs  Taotai,  Hankow,  Oct., 
1903;  do.,  Tientsin,  Oct.,  19u4 ; 
appointed  to  investigate  Xanchang 
missionary  massacre,  March,  1906. 

LI  CHAN-CH'UN,  General  (KIAXCJXAX), 
Commander-in-Chief ;  native  of 
Kiaugsi.  C  o  in  m  a  n  d  e  r-in-Chief, 
Kiangnan,  March,  1898. 

LI  CHAO-WEI  (PKKixcj),  Vice-Presi- 
dent, Board  of  War ;  native  of 
Anhwei  ;  metropolitan  graduate, 
1874.  Assistant  Supervisor  of  In- 
struction, Jan.,  1899;  Chief,  do.. 
May,  1899;  Sub-Chancellor,  Grand 
Secretariat,  Dec.,  1900;  Senior 
Vice- President,  Hoard  of  War. 
August,  1901. 


LI    CHIA-CHU    (|M:KIN<;>    chief    Su- 


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pervisor  of  University,  Chinese  Ban- 
nerinan ;  metropolitan  graduate, 
1894  ;  Literary  Chancellor,  Hupeh, 
11)04  ;  Chief  Supervisor,  Peking  Uni- 
versity, Feb.,  1906. 

LI  CHING-FANG  (Wi'-MNG),  Head  of 
Wu-ning  Railway;  native  of  Anhwei; 
provincial  graduate.  Expectant 
Taotai,  Kiangsi  ;  Secretary  of 
Legation  in  London;  Minister  to 
Japan,  Sept.,  1S93 ;  sou  by  adoption 
of  late  Viceroy  Li  Hung  Chang; 
head  of  Wu-nirg  Railway,  1905. 

LI  CHING-MAI  tPKKix«),  Chinese 
Minister  to  Austria  ;  native  of 
Anhwei  ;  s.  of  Li  Hung-Chang. 
Second  class  Secretaiy,  Board  of 
Works  ;  Expectant  Metropolitan 
Official  of  Srd  or  4th  grade,  Dec., 
1901  ;  Minister  to  Vienna,  Jan.,  1906. 
Address :  Chinese  Legation,  Vienna, 
Austria  ;  and  Peking,  China. 

LI  CHING-HSI  (K\v.vx<;si),  ex- 
Governor  ;  native  of  Anhwei  ; 
nephew  of  Li  Hung  Chang. 
Governor  of  Kwangsi,  May,  1904 ; 
Vung-ning  Tao,  Szechwan,  May, 
1887;  Salt  Taotai,  Yunuan,  Aug., 
1893  ;  Judge,  June,  1897  ;  Treasurer, 
Fukien,  Sept.,  1898;  do.,  Yunnan, 
Jan.,  1899 ;  removed  from  office, 
May,  1892  ;  acting  Governor,  Kuei- 
cliou,  Jar.,  1903  ;  Governor  of 
Kwangsi,  May,  1904  ;  retired. 

LI  FU-TSAO  (PEKlXG),  Junior  Vice- 
president,  Board  of  Ceremonies  ; 
native  of  Hupeh  ;  metropolitan 
graduate,  1871.  Sub-Reader,  Han- 
lin Academy  ;  Deputy  Supervisor  of 
Instruction,  Dec.,  1892  ;  Expositor, 
Hanlin,  April,  1893;  degraded  to 


Expectant  Deputy  Supervisor  of 
Instruction,  May,  1894  ;  Expositor, 
fjRiilin,  April,  i££6;  Reader,  Hau- 
lin,  Sept.,  1896;  assistant  Super- 
visor of  Instruction,  Jan.,  1897 ; 
Chief  Supei  visor  of  Instruction  ; 
Sub-Chancellor,  Grand  Secretariat 
Oct.,  1898;  junior  Vice-Preddent, 
Board  of  Ceremonies,  spring,  1901. 

LI  HSI-CHIEH  (PEKING),  Governor ; 
Chinese  Bt;nuennan  ;  pioviucial 
graduate.  Feng-Ying-Liu-Ssu  Tao, 
Anhwei,  June,  1696 ;  Tcrg-Lai 
Clung  Tao,  Shantung,  May,  1897; 
Judicial  Commissioner,  Chekiang, 
Oct..  1902;  Governor,  Peking, 
March,  1900. 

LI  KUO-CHIEH,  General  (PEKING), 
Inspector-General ;  native  of  An- 
Jiwei.  Third  Maquis,-grant!scn  of 
Li  Hung  Chang.  Assistant  Cham- 
berlain, Sept.,  1904;  Inspector 
General  of  troops  guarding  the  three 
lakes  in  Eho  Park,  1906. 

LI  MIN-SHEN  (Hi'PEH),  Treasurer; 
native  of  Szechwan  ;  metropolitan 
graduate  1871 ;  Tso-Chiang  Tao, 
Kwangsi,  March,  1891 ;  Taotai, 
Tientsin,  Aug.,  1895  ;  Customs  Tao- 
tai, Tientsin,  Dec.,  1896;  Grand 
Intendent,  Kiangsi,  Dec.,  1898 ; 
Judge,  Hupeh,  Feb.,  1901;  Treasurer 
Hupeh,  July,  1903. 

LI  SHENG-TO  (PEKING),  LL.D. ; 
Travelling  Commissioner ;  native  of 
Kiangsi  ;  metropolitan  graduate, 
1890;  (Secundus)  Reader,  Hanlin, 
1890  ;  Minister  to  Japan,  Oct.,  1898  ; 
Vice-Governor,  Peking,  Dec.,  1900; 
was  of  the  Empress  Dowager  and 
Yang-lu  party  in  1900  ;  succeeded 


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'  Chan  Tung  Siting,  tlie  degraded 
Minister-elect  for  Belgium,  1905-8  ; 
member  of  the  Travelling  Com- 
mission for  the  investigation  of 
Foreign  Parliamentary  Govern- 
ments, 1905-6;  LL.D.  conferred  by 
Cambridge  University,  May,  1906. 

LI  SUM  LING  (HONGKONG),  Journalist ; 
b.  1881.  Educ. :  Saint  Paul's  College. 
Joined  the  Chinese  Engineering 
and  Mining  Company,  Hongkong, 
1900-4  ;  representative  of  National 
Pr.-ss  Association,  U.S.A.;  native 
ifote-wiiter  "  China  Mail  "  ;  Editor, 
"Chinese  Mail," (Wall  Tsze  Yat  Po) 
Hongkong,  1906.  Address  :  c/o 
"  Chinese  Mail"  Hongkong. 

HEBEUT,  Gaston  (HONGKONG)  Consul 
for  France  ;b.  Paris,  Oct.  31,  18;>t>. 
Officer  in  French  navy,  1884-1892; 
Attache  Foreign  Office,  Paiis,  1892- 
.". ;  Assistant  Secretary,  Tribunal  of 
Aibitration  for  the  Behring  Sea 
Fisheiies,  1893;  Assistant  Consul- 
General,  New  York,  1835;  Foreign 
Office,  Paris,  189G-8  ;  French  Consul, 
Pakhoi  and  Tunghing,  1899-1931  ; 
on  special  mission,  French  Lega- 
tion, Peking,  19)1-2  (negotiations 
following  Boxer  troubles);  while 
in  Peking  (Aug.,  1931)  appointed 
Consul  fit  Hongkong  ;  amved 
Hongkong,  Oct.,  19J1.  Decoration*  : 
(Cambodia,  Tunis,  etc.)  China  (G.C. 
Double  Dragon)  Portugal  (Concep- 
tion c.,  Christ  c.) ;  Clubs :  Hongkong; 
Peking.  Address:  French  Consul- 
late,  Hongkong;  Paris,  "  La 
Feuillaume,"por  Voucresson  (Seine, 
and  Oise\  and  Ministerie  des 
Affaires  Etrangers. 

LIEN-K'UEI    (HsiNriiiANG  ),    Military 


i  Assistant  (iovernor  ;  n;ili\e  of  M»n- 
churia.  Secretary  in  Board  of 
War  ;  Kan-liang  Tao,  Ivan.-n.  No'., 
1892;  H-J-ning  Tao,  Kansu,  Apul, 
189J;  Ju  Ige,  Anhuvi,  Nov.,  1898; 
Treasurer,  d:>..  Feb.,  1933  ;  Militar/ 
Assistant  Governor,  Kobdo,  April, 
19.:5;  (iovernor,  Hsinchiang  (New 
Dominion,  Chine -«e  T  u  r  k  e  <  t  a  n  ) 
Sept.,  19)5. 

LIEN-SH  JN,  Lieut.-Gsneral  (Lii  \s  v), 
native  of  M  incliuria.  1)  e  p  u  t  y 
Lieut.-Gt-ner.il,  Chin  Chou,  June, 
1388;  cashiered,  Dec.,  1391;  Military 
Assistant  Governor,  Kobdo,  July, 
1896;  Imperil!  Agent.  Urgi,  O-t.. 
1893;  Military  Go,vrn:>r,  Uliasufai 
(Mongolia),  Oct.,  1S93  ;  Lieut. - 
(leneral,  Mongol  Bordered  Blue 
Banner  Corps,  Jan.,  1905  ;  assistant 
Imperi  il  Resident  in  Tibi-t.  Nov.. 
10.  5. 

LIN  SHAO-NIEN  (ICuANcisi)  Govern 
or  ;  native  of  Fukien  ;  metropolitan 
graduate,  1874.  I-nan  Tao,  Yunnan, 
Autumn.  1893  ;  Judicial  Commis- 
sioner, Kueichou,  Dec.,  1899  ; 
Financial  Cominissinner,  Vunnin, 
!:)!)!  ;  do.,  Sliansi,  Jan..  19' >2  :  acting 
Governor,  Yunnan,  May,  1902  ; 
acting  Governor -General,  V.M2  : 
acting  (ioverror,  Kueichon.  Dec., 
1904  ;  Governor,  Kwangsi,  Oct., 
IK  :,. 

;  LINCOLN,  Eev.  Charles  S.  F.  ts.i  \.\«;- 
nvi),  B.A.,  M.D.  ;  Missionary. 
Physician  and  Teacher;  I.  Aug. 
13,  18o9.  Educ. :  Boudoin  College  ; 
(  ollege  of  Medicine,  Ky.  Editor  of 
Medical  Missionary  AssocSa'ioii 
Journal  of  Shanghai;  member  of 
American  Association  of  China. 
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.l(/(/;T.s.s :  St.  John's  College.  .Jess- 
fielil,  Shuighai,  China. 

LINDSTROM,  Rev.   H.   E.  S.    (Hi  uo- 

SHIMA),  Missionary  of  Christian  ami 
Missionary  Alliance  of  U.S.A.  ;  b. 
.Jan.  25, 1867,  at  Helsingor, Denmark; 
in.  Christina  Lovisa,  of  Eugstrom. 
Educ.:  Chicago  T  li  e  o  1  o  g  i  c  a 1 
Seminary ;  Danish  Free  Church 
Seminar.;,  Chicago.  Arrived  in 
Japan,  Nov.  23,  1891.  A<l<lr<'**: 
Shimonaka  Machi,  No.  2£,  Hiro- 
shima, Japan. 

LINTON,  A.  R.  (HONGKONG),  Hanker. 
Acting  Manager,  Mercantile  Bank. 
Club  :  H  o  n  g  k  o  n  g  .  A  <l<Ji-<>xx  .- 
(Queen's  Road,  Hongkong. 

LIM  WEI-YUAN,  (FORMOSA),  Million- 
aire ;  became  Japanese  subject  in 
1895  upon  cession  of  island  to 
Japan  in  order  to  prevent  confis- 
cation of  landed  estates  and  re- 
venues ;  has  given  large  sums  to 
assist  Fovmosan  and  Fooehow 
<Chine.se)  Governments  ;  was  (-rent- 
ed President  of  Imperial  stud 
Court  at  Peking,  1894  ;  Vice-Presdt. 
of  one  of  the  great  Peking  Boards, 
1905,  this  honour  being  granted  in 
reward  for  subscribing  large  sums 
of  money  towards  the  Board  of 
Revenue  Bank  in  Pekinr. 

UTCHFIELD,  Hsnry  Charles  (YOKO- 
HAMA), Banister:  b.  184:);  in. 
1894.  Edvc. :  Marlborough  College 
and  Cambridge  University.  Called 
to  bar,  Inner  Temple,  1SU7.  Club: 
Yokohama  United.  Athlrexx  :  12H\ 
Bluff,  Yokohama,  Japan. 

LITTLE,     Alexander    Colbourne 

(HONGKONG),    Architect    and     En- 


gineer; b.  Oct.  7,  1877.  Joined 
Public  Works  Department  in  May, 
ll->04,  as  Assistant  Engineer. 
Clubs  :  Hongkong.  .1  ddress : 
Public  Works  Department,  Hong- 
kong. 

LITTLE,  Archibald  John  (CHUNG- 
KING), F.R.G.S.,  F.R.C.L;  Merchant 
and  Author;  b.  April  18,  1838,  at 
London  ;  in.  Alicia,  d.  of  Calverley 
liswicke,  of  Hallaton  Hall,  Leices- 
tershire. Edue.  :  St.  Paul's  and 
Berlin.  Arrived  in  Hongkong  in 
1  s.v.i  ;is  Tea-taster  to  Siemssen  and 
Co.  ;  remained  with  that  firm  at 
Canton  and  Shanghai  until  1862, 
when  established  himself  in  Kiu- 
kiai'.g  and  later  at  Shanghai  ;  as 
Volunteer  in  18uO  assisted  in  repel- 
ling attack  of  Taiping  rebels; 
visited  Imperial  and  Taiping  Camps 
in  Kiangsu  and  Chekiang  same 
yeai1;  was  mobbed  as  a  spy  in 
Anhwei  :uid  nearly  killed  ;  returned 
to  Shanghai,  1801,  and  served  in 
Volunteer  Artillery  during  rebel 
disturbances,  18(31-02  ;  was  attacked, 
stunned  and  bound  by  Imperial 
soldiers  in  streets  of  Hankow,  1862; 
mobbed  and  severely  handled  by 
porcelain  potters  in  Kin-teh-Chin 
in  Kiangsi  1804  ;  served  on  Shang- 
hai Municipal  Council,  1880  ;  visited 
Szechwan,  1883,  and  since  engaged 
in  opening  up  steam  communica- 
tion on  Upper  Yangtse,  and  in 
trade  of  West  China  generally  ; 
commenced  an  anti-footbrndiiig 
crusade  in  conjunction  with  Mrs. 
Little,  1898 ;  commenced  mining  in 
conjunction  with  Chinese  iii  Sze- 
chwan,  1899;  received  invitation 
from  Chinese  (lovernment  to  exploit 


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coal  and  iron  basin  of  Kiangpei, 
under  an  Imperial  concession, 
1904  ;  established  Chungki  ng 
Trading  Co.  as  Limited  Liabi- 
lity Company,  1904  ;  has  travelled 
extensively  throughout  Chinese 
Empire  and  communicated  results 
to  Chinese  branch  of  Royal  A»>ial it- 
Society,  R.G.S.,  Scottish  G.S.,  and 
Soc.  of  Arts;  Medallist,  Society 
of  Arts,  London.  Publication* : 
"The  Yangtse  Gorges,"  1883; 
"Mount  Omi  and  Beyond,"  1897: 
"  The  Far  East,"  1905 ;  etc.,  etc. 
Clubs:  Oriental,  London;  Shang- 
hai. Address:  Chungking,  West 
China. 

LITTLE,  Mrs.  Archibald  (CHI-NUKING), 
Author ;  President  of  Antifootbind- 
ing  Society  of  China  ;  b.  at  Madeira, 
y.  <1.  of  late  Calverly  Bewicke,  of 
Hallaton  Hall,  Leicestershire,  and 
Mary  Amelia  Hollingsworth  ;  in. 
1886,  Archibald  Little,  q.  v.  Educ.  : 
by  father.  Worked  on  many 
philanthropic  Committees  before 
marriage ;  organising  Secretary  and 
now  President  of  the  Tien  Tsu  Hit!, 
or  Antifootbiuding  Society  of 
China  ;  Vice-President  of  the  Wo- 
men's Conference  at  Shanghai, 
1900;  has  delivered  lectures  before 
the  Geographical  Societies  of  (ilas- 
gow,  Edinburgh,  Aberdeen,  Dundee, 
Manchester,  Liverpool,  Newcastle, 
South  Shields,  and  at  the  Glasgow 
Exhibition,  and  read  a  paper  of 
Mr.  ..Little's  before  the  British 
Association  at  Glasgow.  Publi- 
cations: "Li  Hung  Chang,  his  Life 
and  Times  "  ;  "  Out  in  China,"  a 
Novelette  ;  "  The  Land  of  the  Blue 
Gown  "  ;  "  Intimate  China  " ;  "A 


Marriage  in  China  ";  '•  Fairy  Foxes," 
a  Chinese  Legend:  "Mother  Dar- 
ling," written  to  establish  the 
rights  of  mothers  to  their  own 
children;  "A  Noble  Army  and  a 
Holy  War  ''  ;  many  novels,  among 
these,  "Margery  Ti avers";  ''On- 
wards !  but  Whither  "  ;  "  The  Last 
of  the  Jerninghames,"  "  A  Million- 
aire's Courtship,"  and  many  maga- 
zine and  newspaper  articles.  7,V- 
ci-eatidiis  :  Travel  and  Sightseeing. 
Club  :  Pioneer.  Addrtts:  ('luuig- 

king,  China. 

. 

'  LITTLE,  K.  S.  (SHANGHAI).  (Jt-nerai 
Manager  for  China  of  Brunner 
Mond  and  Co.  ;  Member.  Municipal 
Council.  Addn*»:  VI,  Kiukian«- 
Road,  Shanghai. 

• 

LITTLE.  Henry  Alexander  (KONG- 
MOON),  H.B.M.  Consul.  Appointed 
Student  Interpreter  in  China,  Aug.. 
21,  1890  ;  acting  Chief  Clerk,  Shang- 
hai Court,  1896 ;  acting  Consul  at 
Amoy,  1899;  promoted,  1st  class 
Assistant,  May,  13,  1899;  acting 
Consul  at  Samshui,  1900.  to  1902  ;  at 
Wuchow,  1902;  promoted  Consul 
at  Pakhoi,  April  o,  19'i-j;  trans- 
ferred to  Kongmoon,  May  2,  1904. 
Address:  H.B.M.  Consulate,  Kong- 
moon,  China. 

LITTLE,  W.  D.  (SHANGHAI),  Silk 
Broker  and  Merchant.  Partner  in 
firm,  William  Little  and  Co.  Ad- 
d  res*:  11,  Hankow  Road,  Shanghai, 
China. 

LITTON,  George  John  Letablere 
(TKNG-V  I'KH).  1I.I5.M.  Consul. 
Kdnc.  ;  Kton  ;  Oriel  College,  Ox- 
ford. Appointed  cadet.  Straits 


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Settlements,  1891  ;  transferred  to 
China  as  Student  Interpreter,  Dec. 
5, 1895  ;  acting  Consul  at  Chungking, 
1898  to  1899;  attached  to  Burma- 
China  Frontier  Delimitation  Com- 
mission, 1899  to  1900  ;  promoted  1st 
class  assistant ;  Feb.  24,  1900  ;  in 
charge  at  Teng-yueh,  1901  to  J902 ; 
at  Yunnan-fu,  1902  to  1903  ;  Consul 
at  Teng-yueh,  1906.  Address: 
H.B.M.  Consulate,  Teng-yueh, 
China. 

LIU  CH'UN-LIN  (Yl'NNAN),  Treasurer  ; 
native  of  Kueichou  ;  metropolitan 
graduate,  1868.  Lin- An  K'ai-Kuang 
Tao,  Yunnan,  Feb.,  1901  ;  Judge 
Yunnan,  March,  1903 ;  Treasurer, 
Yunnan,  1904;  Treasurer,  Kvvangsi, 
July,  1904;  Treasurer,  Hunan,  Oct., 
1904  ;  do.,  Yunnan  Feb.,  1905. 

LIU  HSUEH-HSUN,  (PEKING),  native  of 
Kwangtung;  metropolitan  graduate. 
Expectant  Prefect ;  went  on  special 
mission  to  Japan  to  report  on 
commerce,  Dec.,  1898. 

LIU  SIK-FAN  (PEKING),  Chinese  Minis- 
ter at  Paris ;  formerly  Charge 
d'Affaires  at  Legation,  Paris ;  ap- 
pointed  Minister,  1906,  upon 
retirement  of  Sun  Pao  Chi.  Ad- 
dress: Chinese  Legation,  Paris, 
France  ;  and  Peking,  China. 

LIU  YU-LIN  (PEKING),  Expectant 
Taotai ;  Consul  General  in  South 
Africa,  Oct.,  1904.  Address:  Chin- 
ese Consulate,  Capetown,  South 
Africa  ;  and  Peking,  China. 

LIU  YUNG-FU  (KWANGTUNG),  Biiga- 
dier-Geneval  ;  native  of  Kwangsi. 
Leader  of  the  "Black  Flags"; 
Brigade-General,  Xan-Ao  Division, 


Kwangtung,  April,  1886  ;  do.,  Nan- 
Yang  Division,  Honan,  Nov.,  1899  ; 
do.,  (1hieh-Shih  Division,  Kwang- 
tung, March,  1900 ;  distinguished 
himself  in  fighting  against  the- 
French  at  Foochow,  and  in  For- 
mosa, against  Japanese  ;  retired 
owing  to  ill-health,  May,  1906. 

LIU  YUNG-HENG,  General  (KIANG- 
PEII),  Commander-in-Chief ;  native 
of  Kansu  ;  metropolitan  graduate,. 
1877.  Reader,  Hanlin,  summer, 
1901 ;  assistant  Supervisor  of  In- 
struction, Sept.,  1901  ;  Chief  Su- 
pervisor of  Instruction,  1902  ;  sub- 
Chancellor,  Grand  Secretariat, 
Sept.,  1902 ;  Commander-in-Chief, 
Kiangpeh,  1905. 

LIU'EN-P'U  (PEKING),  Superinten- 
dent, Peking  Granaries  ;  native  of 
C  h  i  h  1  i ;  metropolitan  graduate, 
1864.  Reader  of  the  Grand  Sec- 
retariat, Sept.,  1892;  Director,. 
Court  of  State  Ceremonial,  Jan.r 
1893  ;  Deputy  Commissioner,  Office- 
of  T  r  a  n  s  m  i  s  s  i  o  n  ,  April,  1898  ; 
Director  of  Imperial  Stud,  Oct., 
1896 ;  Superintendent,  Peking- 
Granaries,  Sept.,  1898. 

LLOYD,  Prof.  Arthur  (TOKYO),  M.A., 
Professor,  Imperial  University;  &„ 
April  10,  1852  ;  in.  Maria  Rosa 
Theresa,  </.  of  Colonel  J.  Lloyd, 
C.B.,  and  subsequently  to  Mary,  d, 
of  J.  B.  Tolput,  of  Folkestone. 
Educ. ;  Brewood  Giummar  School ; 
Peterhouse,  College  Cambridge  ; 
Tiibingen  ;  graduated  1st  class 
classical  tripos  and  proxime  ac- 
cessit  for  Chancellor's  medals,  1874- 
Elected  Fellow  and  Dean  of  Peter- 
house,  1877  ;  ordained  Deacon,, 


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1875;  priest,  1876,  by  Bishop  of 
Chester;  rector  of  Norton,  Bury  St. 
Edmunds,  1878-84;  S.P.G.  Mission- 
ary to  Japan,  1874;  Professor  of 
English,  Keiogijuku  College,  Tok- 
yo, 1885  ;  Imperial  Naval  Academy, 
1886;  went  to  Canada,  1890,  as 
Professor  of  Classics  at  Trinity 
College,  Toronto,  and  Head-master 
of  Trinity  College  School  ;  returned 
to  Japan,  1893  and  re-appointed  to 
Keiogijuku  and  Imperial  Naval 
College  ;  for  several  years  President 
<>f  St.  Paul's  College,  Tokyo;  at 
present  lecturer  in  English  at 
Imperial  University,  Higher  Com- 
mercial School  and  Naval  Aca- 
demy; President,  Asiatic  Society 
of  Japan,  1904-5.  Publications  : 
"Japanese  Colloquial,"  "  Kenshiu's 
Vision."  -'Imperial  Songs"  (being 
translations  of  poems  by  Emperor 
and  Empress  of  Japan  ),  "  Con- 
fessions of  a  Husband."  "  Life  of 
Admiral  Togo,"  "  Buddhist  Medita- 
tions,' "  The  Gospel  of  the  Four," 
Japanese  problem  play,  and  con- 
tributions to  the  Asiatic  Society's 
Journal;  joint  editor  of  "  Russia- 
•Tapane.se  War/'  .4  d  d  r  e  s  s  :  26, 
ligura  RoAiichome,  Tokyo,  Japan. 

LLOYD,  J.  J.  (SINGAPORE),  Auctioneer 
and  Valuer  ;  b.  July  23,  1850;  m. 
April  10,  1877.  Educ. :  St.  Michael's, 
Chatham,  Kent.  Has  been  3,"  years 
in  Far  East ;  now  head  of  firm' 
Powell  and  Co.  Club  :  Singapore. 
Address:  17  Raffles  Place,  Singa- 
pore, Straits  Settlements. 

LOCK,  C.  G.  Warnford  (SINOAPORE), 
F.G.S.,  M.l.M.M. ;  Consulting  Min- 
ing Engineer.  Engaged  in  Mining 


in  Iceland,  Austria,  Hungary,  Asia 
Minor,  British  Columbia,  S.  Dakota, 
U.S.A.,  California,  New  South 
Wale;,  Rhodesia  and  Malay  Pen- 
insula. Publications:  "  The  Home 
of  the  Eddas";  "Practical  Gold 
Mining";  "Gold  Milling"; 
"  The  Miners'  Pocket  Book "  ; 
numerous  monographs  in  Scientific 
Societies  transactions  and  technical 
press.  Address:  Singapore,  Straits 
Settlements  ;  93,  Pitt  St.,  Sydney, 
N.S.W.,  Australia;  c'o  Charleton, 
Dickinson  and  Co.  353,  Mansion 
House  Chambers,  London,  E.G. 

LOCKHART,  James  Haldene  Stawart 
(WKi-iui-WKM,  C.M.G.,  F.R.G.S., 
M.R.A.S. ;  H.M.'s  Commissioner  at 
Wei-hai-wei  since  19')2 ;  b.  May  20, 
1858,  at  Ardsheal,  Argyllshire,  4th 
s.  of  Miles  Lockhart  (s.  of  James 
Lockhart  of  Lanhams,  Essex,  and 
Lord  of  the  Manor  of  Marston  and 
Oving,  Bucks),  and  of  Anna  R.  C. 
Stewart,  d.  of  Major  Stewart,  91st 
Regiment,  and  niece  of  Charles 
Stewart,  late  of  Ardsheal,  male 
representative  of  the  Stewarts  of 
Lome,  Appin,  and  Ardsheal ;  in. 
1889,  Edith  Louise  Rider,  2nd  d. 
of  Alfred  Hancock,  Hongkong. 
Educ. :  King  Willi.un's  College, 
Isle  of  Man. ;  Watson's  College, 
Kdinburgh  (gold  medallist);  Edin- 
burgh University  (Greek  Medallist). 
Appointed  after  competitive  Ex.-i- 
mination  to  Hongkong  cadetship, 
1878;  attached  to  the  Colonial 
Office  for  one  year,  1879;  passed 
cadet,  1882  ;  Superintendent  of 
Opium  Revenue,  March,  1883;  as- 
sistant Colonial  Secretary,  and 
assistant  Auditor-General,  Aug., 


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168;} ;  acting  Registrar  -  General, 
1884-1885  ;  Registrar-General,  18S7  ; 
and  Member  of  Legislative  Council 
1889;  Member  of  Executive  Council, 
1891 ;  Chairman  Board  of  Examiners 
in  Chinese,  1891  ;  ditto,  Governing 
Body,  Queen's  College,  1894  ;  acting 
Colonial  Secretary,  April,  1894; 
Colonial  Secretary  and  Registrar- 
General,  March,  1895 ;  Special  Coin- 
irns.-ioner  to  report  on  the  extension 
of  the  Boundary  of  Hongkong, 
1808;  Representative  of  Great 
Britain  to  delimit  Boundaiies,  for 
both  of  which  received  thanks  of 
Secretary  of  State  1899 ;  Commis- 
sioner of  Wei-liai-wei,  since  1902; 
carried  on  the  negotiations  relative 
to  the  recession  of  Wei-hai-wei 
with  the  Viceroy  of  Shantung,  May, 
19C6.  Publications  :  Manual  of 
Chinese  Quotations  ;  the  Currency 
of  the  Farther  East.  Recreations  : 
Rowing,  golf,  riding,  numismatics, 
folk-lore,  the  language  and  liter- 
ature of  China ;  the  history  of 
Biitish  trade  with  the  Far  East, 
and  of  the  British  Colonies.  Clubs  : 
Royal  Societies';  Hongkong;  Ends 
of  the  Earth,  New  York.  Address: 
Government  House,  Wei-hai-wei 
China. 

LOENHOLM,  Prof.  L.  H.  (TOKYO), 
Professor  at  Imperial  University  ; 
b.  1854.  Joined  Japanese  Govern- 
ment Service  many  years  ago ; 
translated  into  English.  Japanese 
Civil  and  Commercial  Codes. 
Decorations :  Srd  class  of  Sacred 
Treasure  and  Rising  Sun,  Japan  ; 
3rd  class  of  Crown,  Germany  ;  Srd 
class  of  Iron  Crown,  Austria;  Order 
de  1'Academie,  and  Order  de 


I'lnstruction  Publique,  France ; 
Address:  1,  Minami-cho,  Shichi- 
chome,  Aoyama,  Tokyo,  Japan. 

LOEW,  Prof.  Carl  Benedict  Oscar 
(TOKYO),  D.Ph.,  Prof.  Agricul- 
tural Chemistry  ;  b.  April  2,  1844,  at 
Redwitz,  Bavaria  ;  m.  Olga  Tarobi  • 
d.  of  Capt.  H.  Tarobi.  Educ. : 
Universities  of  Munich  and 
Leipzig.  Took  part  in  four  scientific 
expeditions  to  the  S.W.  States 
of  the  Union  (reports  of 
wh ieh  were  published  by  the 
U.S.  WarDept.  Washington),  1873- 
77,  was  later  Doc-ent  at  University 
of  Munich ;  Professor  at  Tokyo- 
University,  1893-97;  Expert  of 
Physiological  Chemistry  at  U.S. 
Dept.  of  Agriculture,  1898-1900; 
Professor  at  Tokyo,  1901-G  ;  discove- 
red a  simple  method  of  manu- 
facturing formalin  on  a  big  scale 
in  1883  and  first  observed  its  great 
antiseptic  properties.  Decorations : 
4th  class,  Order  of  Sacred  Treasure, 
Japan.  Publications:  "The 
Physiological  Role  of  M  i  n  e  r  a  1 
Nutrients,"  1899;  "The  Energy  of 
Living  Protoplasm,"  1896;  "Ein 
Naturliches  System  der  Giftwirk- 
ungen,"  1893  ;  and  numerous  con- 
tributions to  scientific  journals. 
'  Address:  College  of  Agriculture, 
Komaba,  Tokyo,  Japan. 

LOMET,  Henri  (BAC-KAN),  Resident ; 
Administrator,  2nd  class  ;  b.  Sept. 
13,  1858.  Entered  Indo-China  Civil 
Service,  April  20,  1884  ;  Administra- 
tor 4th  class,  Jan.  12,  1892 ; 
Administrator,  Srd  class,  May  31, 
1899 ;  Administrator,  2nd  class, 
Jan.  1,  1903.  Address :  Bae-Kan, 


ion  WHO'S  WHO  IN  THE  FAR  EAST  (JUNE)  1900-7. 

B:ic-Kan,      Tonkin, 


Province     of 
Iiulo-Cliina. 

LONDON,  Jonklieer  J.  (TOKYO),  Envoy 
Extraordinary  and  Minister 
Plenipotentiary  for  the  Nether- 
lands and  Sweden.  Address  : 
Netherlands  Legation,  1,  Shiba 
Kiridoshi,  Tokyo,  Japan. 

LOOKER,  Herbert  William  (HONG- 
KONG), Solicitor ;  partner  of  the 
firm  Messrs.  Deacon,  Looker,  and 
Deacon  ;  b.  Dec.  2,  1871.  Admitted 
a  solicitor,  1894  ;  arrived  Hongkong, 
Dec.  16,  1895.  Club:  Hongkong. 
Address:  De.s  Vteux  lload,  Hong- 
kong. 

LOOMIS,   Rev.   Henry    (YOKOHAMA), 

Clergyman;  b.  March  4,  1838;  in. 
March  6,  1872.  Editc. :  Hamilton 
College  ;  Auburn  Theological  Sem- 
inary. Enlisted  in  U.S.  Army,  146 
Begt.  N.  G.  Vol.,  Aug.,  1862;  parti- 
cipated in  about  20  battles, 
•wounded  twice  and  was  brevetted 
for  bravery  and  promoted  from  3rd 
Sergeant  to  Captain  ;  obtained  dis- 
charge, July,  1865;  Missionary  of 
Presbyterian  Board  at  Yokohama, 
1872-98  ;  since  1881,  Agent  for  Japan 
of  American  Bible  Society.  Ad- 
dress :  223,  Bluff,  Yokohama,  Japan. 

LORIN,   Albert   (MYTHO),    Resident; 

Administrator,  1st  class  ;  b.  Feb.  1, 
1863.  Joined  Indo  -  China  Civil 
Service,  Sept.  1885 ;  Adminis- 
trator, 4th  class,  Jan.  1,  1895  ; 
Administrator,  3rd  class,  July  1, 
1896 ;  Administrator,  2nd  class,  Aug. 
2,  1900 ;  Administrator,  1st  class, 
Jan.  1,  1904.  Address :  Mytho,  Pro- 
vince of  Mytho,  Cochin-China. 


LORNIE,  J.  (BALIK  BI-LAN),  M.A., 
B.Sc.  ;  Acting  District  Officer. 
Educ. :  Edinburgh,  Cadet,  Straits 
Settlements,  Nov.,  1899;  passed 
final  examination  in  Malay,  April, 
1901 ;  acting  Head  of  Malay  College, 
Malacca,  May,  1901 ;  acting  as- 
sistant Registrar  of  Supreme  Court, 
and  Magistrate  and  Sheriff,  Malacca, 
April,  1903  ;  acting  District  Officer, 
Penang,  Jan.,  1904  ;  acting  District 
Officer,  Balik  Pulan,  Penang,  1905. 
Address:  Balik  Pulan,  Penang, 
Straits  Settlemsnts. 

LOURME,  Joseph  Ernest  (HANOI), 
Inspector  General  des  Postes  et  des 
Telegraphes,  Directeur  General;  b. 
Feb.  7,  1844.  Entree  1'Administra- 
tion,  Nov.  16,  1884  ;  Inspect  o  r  - 
General,  O^t.  1,  1904.  Decoration : 
Officer  de  la  Legion  d'Honneur. 
Address:  Hanoi,  Tonkin,  Indo- 
China. 

LOUVEL,  Lieut. -Colonel  J.  E.  (HANOI), 
Commandant  3e  Ten-it oire  Mili- 
taire  et  Cercles.  Decoration  : 
Officier  de  la  Legion  d'Honneur. 
Address  :  Hanoi,  Tonkin,  Indo- 
Chiua. 

LOWE,  Arthur  Rylands  (HONGKONG), 
Chartered  Accountant:  b.  Man- 
chester, June  22,  1873.  Ed»c.  :  The 
Hulme  Grammar  School,  Man- 
chester. Articled  to  Messrs  Parkin- 
son, Mather  &  Co.,  C.A.,  Manches- 
ter and  London;  from  1898  t<>  1;>^ 
with  Messrs.  Butterfield  and 
Swire  ;  now  in  practice  as  Charter- 
ed Accountant,  partner  in  firm 
of  Lowe  and  Bingham,  of  Hong- 
kong and  Shanghai ;  secretary, 
Hongkong  General  L'hamber  <'<>;n- 


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LUC 


merce,  Fire  Assocn.  of  Hongkong, 
and  Fire  Tariffs  at  Canton,  Macao, 
Kongmoon,  Fatshan  antl  various 
West  River  Ports.  Clubs:  Hong- 
kong, Sports  (London).  Address: 
St.  George's  Buildings,  Hongkong. 

LOWIS,  Major  Harry  Elliott  (HONG- 
KONG), 119th  Infantry;  b.  Sept.  9, 
1864.  Lieut.  Indian  S.C.,  April  1, 
1889;  Capt.,  Indian  Army,  May  9, 
1896  ;  Major,  May  9,  1903.  Address  : 
Military  Headquarters,  Hongkong. 

LOWRY,  Prof.  George  Davis  N. 
(PEKING),  M.A.,  M.D.;  Physician 
and  Surgeon;  b.  Dec.  21,  1867  ;  in, 
Aug.,  1894.  Ed  tic.  :  Ohio  Wesley  an 
University.  Physician  and  Surgeon, 
Methodist  Episcopal  Hospital,  Pek- 
ing, 1894  ;  Professor  of  Surgery  in 
the  Medical  College  of  Peking  Uni- 
versity, 1893-19)6  ;  Professor  of 
Surgery  in  Union  Medical  College, 
Peking,  19;)6.  Address:  Peking, 
China. 

LOWRY,  Rev.  H.  H.  (PICKING),  M.A., 
D.D. ;  President  of  Peking  Univer- 
sity ;  b.  May  29,  1843,  at  Zanesville, 
Ohio.  U.S.A.;  in.  1867,  Parthenia 
E.  Nicholson.  Educ:  Ohio  Wesley- 
an  University.  Served  as  Volunteer 
in  American  Civil  War  ;  appointed 
missionary  of  Methodist  Episcopal 
Church  at  Foochow,  1867  ;  transfer- 
red to  I 'eking,  18(39  ;  served  as 
Superintendent  of  Mission  in 
North  China,  20  years  ;  was  attack- 
ed during  coup  d'etat,  1898,  by  mob 
outside  Peking  and  wounded  ;  was 
in  America  during  Boxer  uprising 
but  returned  immediately  after 
relief  of  Peking  and  assisted  in 
settling  indemnity  claims  ;  was 


commended  in  a  proclamation  by 
late  Li  Hung  Chang  for  fairness  in 
arranging  indemnity  claims  of 
Christians  and  for  losses  of  Mis- 
sion and  University  ;  proceeded 
with  rebuilding  of  Mission  and 
University  in  face  of  almost 
universal  scepticisin  as  to  return 
of  Court  and  re-establishment  of 
capital  at  Peking.  Address:  Pek- 
ing University,  Peking,  China. 

LUARD,  Commander  Herbert  Du  C. 
(HONGKONG),  B.N. ;  in  command  of 
H.M.  Sloop  "  Cadmus."  Promoted 
to  present  rank,  Nov.  9,  1900 ; 
appointed  to  command,  April  13, 
1904.  Club:  Hongkong.  Ad<Ir<'*«  : 
H.M.S.  "  Cadmus,"  Hongkong. 

LUCE,  Louis  Paul  (HANG;),  Inspector 
Civil  Service  In  do- China  ;  Member 
of  Cabinet ;  b.  April  19,  1856.  En- 
tered Civil  Service,  Indo-China, 
Oct.,  1889  ;  1st  class,  Oct.  11,  1889  ; 
Inspector,  Jan.,  1900.  Decoration: 
Officier  d'Academie.  .1  </  </  /•  <•  *  *  : 
Hanoi,  Tonkin,  Indo-l-hina. 

LUCY,  Dr.  Sidney  Berbert  Reginald 
(PKNANG),  M.R.C.S.,  Eng.,  L.R.C.P., 
Loud.  ;  Colonial  Surgeon 
Resident  ;  b.  July  1,  1868.  District 
Surgeon,  Lower  Perak,  1894 ; 
District  Surgeon,  Telok  Anson, 
1895  ;  acting  State  Surgeon,  Perak, 
1896;  District  Surgeon,  Kuala  Lum- 
pur, 1897  ;  acting  Superintendent  of 
Prisons,  Selangor,  1899;  acting 
State  Surgeon,  Selangor,  1900-1901  ; 
Residency  Surgeon,  Pahang,  1900 ; 
State  Surgeon,  Pahang,  1903 ; 
Colonial  Surgeon  Resident,  Pe- 
na.ng,  1906.  A  d  d  r  e  s  s  :  Penang, 
1  Straits  Settlements. 
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LU  CH'ITAN-LIN  (PEKING),  Officiating 
President,  Boant  of  Works  ;  native 
of  Cbihli ;  metropolitan  graduate, 
1S62.  Prefect,  Lienchow,  Kwang 
tung,  1879;  Taotai.  Swatow,  Sept. 
1879;  Judge,  Fukien,  March,  1880; 
do.,  Szeclnvan  May,  1881 ;  Treasurer, 
do.,  Sept.,  18S1 ;  Governor,  Honan, 
April,  1883;  Governor,  S  lien  si. 
April,  1885;  retired,  Aug..  1880; 
Governor,  Shensi.  Jan.,  1890; 
Viceroy  Szechwan,  April,  1895 ; 
vacated  post,  Sept.,  1897  ;  Officia- 
ting President,  Board  of  Works  ; 
Member  of  the  Cabinet,  1895-6. 

-LU  HAI-HUAN  (PEKING),  President. 
Board  of  War ;  native  of  Chihli. 
provincial  graduate.  Chief  Sec- 
retary, Tsnng-li  Vamen  ;  Chang- 
Chen  Tao,  Chinkiang,  May,  1894; 
Minister  to  Germany,  June,  1897; 
Reader,  Grand  Secretariat,  Nov.,,, 
1897 ;  Director,  Banqueting  Couit, 
O:-t.,  1898;  do.,  Court  of  Sacrificial 
Worship,  Jan.,  1S99;  Commissioner. 
Office  of  Revision,  July,  1899  ; 
junior  Vice-President.  Board  of 
Civil  Office,  Nov..  19ut) ;  President, 
Cens-.rate,  Aug..  19D1  ;  Minister, 
Board  of  Foreign  Affairs,  Nov., 
1901  ;  President,  Board  of  Works, 
Feb.,  1902  ;  Commissioner  for  Treaty 
Revision,  1902  ;  Commercial  Treaty 
Commissioner  and  Plenipotentiary, 
1935  ;  President,  Board  of  War.  Jan., 
1906. 

LU  JUN-H3IANG  (PEKING).  President, 
Board  of  Works ;  native  of  Kiang- 
su ;  metropolitan  graduate.  1874, 
(optimus).  Reader,  Hanlin;  Literary 
Chancellor,  Shantung,  Sept.,  1885; 
Libationer,  Imperial  Academy, 
Dec.,  189-2  ;  vacated  post,  1895 ; 


re- appointed  Nov.,  it-.ts;  sul." 
Chancellor,  ({rand  Secretaiiat. 
.June,  1899;  Senior  Vice-President. 
Board  of  Ceremonies.  Nov.,  UK  MI  ; 
President,  Censorate,  Feb.,  1902. 
President,  Board  of  Works,  Jan., 
1900. 

LU  PAO-CHUNG  (PEKING),  Piesulent, 
of  Censorate;  native  of  Kiangsn ; 
metropolitan  graduate,  1870  ;  Sub- 
Cliancellor.Grand  Secretariat,  Mar., 
1900  ;  Junior  Vice-President,  Board 
of  War,  spring,  1901  ;  I.iterary 
Chancellor,  Peking,  spring,  1901  ; 
President  of  Censoiate,  Jan..  1908. 

LU  PEN-YUAN,  General  (CIIEKIAXCI. 
Comniaiider-in-Chief ;  native  of  Ar- 
hwei ;  C'»mmander-iii-Chief,  Chih- 
li, July,  1900;  do.,  Chekiang.  Aug.. 
1900  ;  Order  of  Yellow  Jacket,  Jan., 
1902. 

LUPTON,  Harry  (MALACCA),  Acting 
Superintendent  of  Works  and 
Surveys  ;  h.  Aug.  l:j,  LS75.  Appoint- 
ed cadet  in  Straits  Settlements 
Civil  Strvi.-e,  Nov.,  19.il  ;  acting 
assistant  Superintendent  of  Works. 
Singapoie  i:-M2  :  assistant  Supi'iin- 
tenlent  of  Works,  Malacca  1903: 
acting  !•  uperintendent  of  Works 
and  Surveys.  Malacca,  since  1904. 
A  (hi  n>x<  :  Malacca,  Straits  SettK  - 
ments. 

LYLE,  Thomas  Harold  (BANGKOK), 
H.B.M.  Vice-Consul.  Appointed 

Student  Interpreter  i:i  Siam. 
Mau-h  7,  189:; ;  Is:  ns>i<lan!,  .Jan.  1. 
1397  ;  acting  Consul  at  Caiengmai, 
1396;  assistant  in  charge  at  Nar, 
1898  t  »  1898;  promoted  Vice-Consul 
at  Bangkok.  Oct.  1,  1902.  Addreut : 
H.B.M.  Consulate,  Bangkok.  Siam. 


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LYONS,   Captain  Frederick    (Hox«- 

KO.\<;),  Deputy  Superintendent  of 
Police;  /;.  Dec.  26,  185o.  Entered 
army  as  2nd  Lieutenant,  1878; 
retired  as  Captain,  1890  ;  since  then 
.  in  reserve  of  officers  :  Assistant  Su- 
perintendent of  Police,  Singapore, 
1891-3  ;  Assistant  Commissioner, 
Perak  Sikhs,  1893  ;  subsequently 
acted  as  Captain  Superintendent  of 
Police  and  Piisons,  Selangor,  and 
Deputy  Superintendent  of  Police, 
Perak;  slightly  wounded  on  chest 
in  an  attack  on  rebels'  stockade  ;U 


.It-ram  Ampai,  Pahang,  1894,  a 
bullet  striking  pocket  book; 
received  thanks  of  Secretary  of 
State  for  Colonies,  for  share  in 
restoring  order  at  Pahang  ;  ap- 
pointed Deputy  Superintendent  of 
Police,  Hongkong,  1902  ;  acting 
Captain  Superintendent,  1903-4. 
Decorations:  South  African  Medal 
and  clasp  ;  Egyptian  Medal  and 
Khedive's  star.  Club*:  Army  and 
Navy  ;  II  o  n  g  k  o  n  g.  Addi-e**  : 
Central  Police  Station,  Hong- 
kong. 


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MAATH*>N,  H.  H.  Sir  Atonal  S!iaa, 
(PAHANG),  K.O.M.G.;  Sultan  of  Pa- 
hang.  Succeeded  to  throne  by  force 
of  arms  about  1862-65,  when  title 
was  Wan  Ahmad ;  has  reigned  over 
country  ever  since  ;  signed  political 
treaty  with  Great  Britain  about 
1887.  Address:  Pahang,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

MA  GARTH  JR,  James  Duncan  (LANG- 
SUAN),  M.I.M.E.,  M.T.K.  and  S. 
(  Scotland ) ;  Consulting  Engineer, 
Managing  Director,  Langsuan  Tin 
Mining  Co.,  Ltd. ;  m.  Margaret 
Amiie  De  Suffren  Moclachlau. 
Educ.  :  Tjtin  Royal  Academy, 
Glasgow  ;  West  of  Scotland 
Technical  College.  Formerly  part- 
ner, Mackay  and  Macarthur, 
consulting  engineers,  Bangkok  ; 
now  Director,  Mackay  and  Mac- 
arthur, Ltd.  Publications :  Paper 
on  Marine  Engine  Shafting ;  Paper 
on  Comparison  between  Perfor- 
mances of  two  Steamships  (Denny 
Gold  Medal ).  Club  :  Bangkok 
United.  Address:  Langsuan,  Siam. 

MACBEAN,  William  SINGAPORE), 
Underwriter,  Agent  Union  Insur- 
ance Society  of  Canton  and 
Singapore  ;  b.  Sept.  21,  1853,  at 
Leghorn,  Italy,  e.  s.  of  late  M.  P. 
Macbean,  H.B.M.  Vice  -  Consul, 


Leghorn ;  TO.  Annie  C.  A.  Fisher, 
2nd  d.  of  late  Lieut.-Colonel  A.  A. 
Court  Fisher,  B.E.,  C.B.  Educ.  : 
Ewart  High  School,  Wigtonshire, 
N.B. ;  Edinburgh  Collegiate,  etc. 
Was  in  business  in  L-mdn,  1870-84  ; 
Assistant  Treasurer  and  Auditor 
General,  Government  of  British 
North  Borneo ;  assistant  Post- 
master General,  Penang,  1886 ; 
Chief  Assistant  and  acting  Secre- 
tary, Straits  Insurance  Co.,  Ltd., 
Straits  Fire  Insurance  Co.,  Ltd., 
1837-92;  Agent  and  lo^al  Minager 
Straits  Insurance  Co.,  Ltd.,  Straits 
Fire  Insurance  Co.,  Ltd.,  Com- 
mercial Union  Assurance  C).,  Ltd., 
Hongkong,  1892-97 ;  Agent  Union 
Insurance  Society  of  C -in  ton,  Ltd., 
at  Singapore  since  1837.  dirts: 
Junior  Athenaeum,  London  ;  Shang- 
hai ;  Singapore.  Aidrsss :  6,  Collyer 
Quay,  Singapore,  Straits  Settle- 
ments. 

MACDONALD,  Sir  Claude  M.  (TOKYO), 
K.C.B.,  K.C.M.G. ;  H.B.M.  Ambas- 
sador; b.  June  12,  1852,  s.  of  late 
Major  General  J.  D.  MacDonald; 
m.  1892,  Ethel,  d.  Major  W.  Cairns 
Armstrong,  15th  Regt.  Educ. :  Up- 
pingham  College;  Royal  Military- 
College,  Sandhurst.-  Entered  74th 
Highlanders,  March  16,  1872  ;  Cap- 
tain, Feb.  12,  1831 ;  Major  (Brevet), 


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Nov.  18,  1882 ;  served  throughout 
Egypt  iau  Campaign  of  1882,  and 
through  Suakin  Expedition  of  1884- 
1885,  as  a  Volunteer  with  42nd 
Highlanders  ;  employed  on  Special 
Service  in  Egypt,  from  Feb.  13, 
1883,  to  June  21, 1887  ;  attached  by 
War  Office  to  Agency,  Cairo,  from 
1832  to  1887  ;  retired  from  Army, 
March  25,  1896  ;  Acting  Agent  and 
Consul-General,  Zanzibar,  from  July 
16,  1887,  to  March  21,  1888;  ap. 
pointed  Commissioner  on  West 
Coast  of  Afiica,  Dec.  15,  1888; 
proceeded  on  Special  Mission  to 
Niger  Territories,  June,  1889 ;  sent 
to  Berlin  with  reference  to  delimi- 
tation of  boundary  between  Oil 
Rivers  Protectorate,  and  Colony  of 
Cameroons  ;  Commissioner  and 
Consul-General  in  Oil  Rivers  (now 
Niger  Coast)  Pi-otectorate  and 
adjoining  Native  Territories  ;  Con- 
sul to  Island  of  Fernando  Po ; 
Consul  in  the  Cameroons,  Jan.  1, 
1891 ;  Minister  to  China  and  Corea, 
Jan  1,  1896 ;  was  at  Peking  during 
Siege  and  commanded  Legation 
defenders,  1900 ;  Minister  to  Japan 
and  Consul-General  in  Japan,  Oct. 
26,  1930;  promoted  Colonel  (Reserve 
of  Officers) ;  British  Ambassador  at 
Tokyo,  1905.  Decorations :  Egyptian 
Medal  with  three  Clasps;  Khedive's 
Star ;  4th  class  of  the  Osmanieh  ; 
Jubilee  Medal ;  China  Medal  and 
Clasp  ;  Coronation  Medal ;  2nd 
class  of  Rising  Sun.  Clubs:  St. 
James ;  Junior  United  Service ; 
Tokyo.  Address:  H.B.M.  Embassy, 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

MACDONALD,  Donald  (HONGKONG), 
M.I.C.E.;  Engineer-in-Chief,  Quarrr 


Bay  Shipyard  ;  b.  September  5,  1865. 
Ed uc. :  Glasgow,  graduated 
Glasgow  University.  Built  Blythe 
dry  dock  and  other  large  docks  in 
north  of  England ;  in  charge  of 
three  sections  Admiralty  works, 
Dover,  1897-1901 ;  arrived  in  Hong- 
kong, 1901  ;  Captain  of  Hongkong 
Volunteers.  Clubs:  Hongkong, 
Jockey,  Golf,  Cricket,  etc.  Ad- 
dress :  Hongkong. 

MACDONALD,  Rev.  Roderick  John 
Johnstme  (Wucnow),  M.D.,  M.A. 
and  C.M. ;  Missionary  and 
Physician;  b.  1859;  m.  1892,  Mar- 
garet Ellen  Corderoy.  Educ.  : 
Woodhouse  Grove  School^ 
Middlesex  Hospital ;  Edinburgh 
University.  Was  at  Wesleyan  Me- 
dical Mission,  Fatehan  Hospital, 
1884;  Chui  Chan  Fu  Dispensary, 
1887;  Fatshan  Hospital,  1893; 
Wuchow,  1897  ;  appointed  Medical 
Officer  of  I.M.O.  and  Surgeon  to 
H.B.M.  Consulate  and  Gaol,  1903. 
Address:  Wesleyan  Mission  House, 
Wuchow,  West  River,  South  China. 

MACDOWELL,    Dr.    Donald    Keith 

(SINGAPORE),  C.M.G.  (1901) ;  Prin- 
cipal Civil  Medical  Officer,  Straits 
Settlements.  Principal  Medical 
Officer  of  West  African  Field 
Force ;  accompanied  Ashanti  Ex- 
pedition, 1900,  in  that  capacity ; 
Principal  Civil  Medical  Officer, 
Straits  Settlements,  since  March, 
1903.  Club:  Singapore.  Address: 
Singapore,  Straits  Settlements. 

MACEY,  Paul  Joseph  Julten  (LAOS), 
Resident  ;  Administrator,  2nd 
class;  6.  Feb.  12,  1852.  Adminis- 
trator, 4th  class,  July  I,  1894 ;  Ad- 


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miaistrator,  3rd  class,  Oct.  2o, 
1898  ;  Administrator.  2ml  class, 
Jan.  1,  1004.  Address  :  Laos  ; 
Judo-China. 

MACFARLANE,  Dr.  Harold  (HONG- 
KONG), L.R.C.P.,  L.R.C.S.,  Edin. : 
Assistant  Medical  Officer  of 
Health;  b.  July  15,  1876.  Arrived 
in  Hongkong,  Sept..  1903.  Club  : 
Hongkong.  Address  :  Kowloon, 
Hongkong. 

MACFAYDEN,  Eric  (Kuu,\  LUMPUR), 
B.A.,  Oxford;  acting  assistant 
Secretary  to  British  Resident ;  l>. 
Feb.  9, 1879.  Edttc. :  Clifton  College 
and  Wadham  College.  Was  in  South 
Africa  with  Imperial  Yeomanry 
1900  ;  Federated  Malay  States  Civil 
Service  as  Cadet,  Selangor,  Jan., 
.1903;  acting  assistant  District 
Officer,  Kuala  Selangor,  April,  1904 . 
acting  Assistant  Secretary  to  Resi- 
dent, Kuala  Lumpur,  1906.  Decora- 
tion: South  African  Medal  with 
three^  bars.  A  d  d  re  s  s :  Kuala 
Lumpur,  Selangor,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

MACGILLIVRA  Y,  Rev.  Donald 
(SHANGHAI),  M.A.,  B.D.,  Mission- 
ary ;  b.  1862;  in.  Miss  Bovey,  Bovey 
Tracey,  Devon,  England.  Educ. : 
Goderick  High  School  and  Knox 
College  and  Toronto  University, 
Canada ;  Gold  Medallist  in  classics, 
at  Toronto  University ;  numerous 
other  prizes  and  scholarships  in 
Arts  and  Theology.  Pioneer  to 
Houan  in  1888  for  Canadian  Pres- 
byterian Church ;  suffered  as  result 
of  rioting  several  times ;  in  1899 
came  to  Shanghai  as  co-worker 
with  Dr.  Timothy  Richard,  D.D., 


in  the  Christian  Literature  Society 
for  China  where  has  since  remained. 
Publication*:  Mandarin-  Roma- 
nised Dictionary  of  Chinese,  and 
many  works  in  Chinese.  Address  : 
44,  Boone  Road,  Shanghai,  China. 

I  MA  CHIN-HSU,  Admiral  (FVKIKN), 
native  of  Anhwei.  Brigade  General, 
Huai-Yang,  Kianghui,  1904  ;  acting 
Commander-in-Chief  of  n  aval 
forces,  Fukien,  March,  1906. 

MACHLE,  Edward  Charles  (CAN- 
TON), M.D. ;  Medical  Missionary  ; 
b.,  May  3,  1859  Cincinnati,  Ohio 
U.S.A.  ;  m.  1889,  Ella  May  Wood, 
d.  of  late  Howard  Wood.  Educ. : 
Cinti.  Public  School  ;  Wooster 
University  ;  Jefferson  Medical 
College,  Phila.,  Ta.?  1889. 
Acted  as  temporary  ship's  surgeon 
on  board  the  Corvette  "  Alliance," 
plying  between  the  waters 
of  Hongkong,  and  Yokohama, 
Japan,  in  the  summer  of  1890 ; 
located  at  Lienchau,  Kwangtung 
Province,  China,  sent  by  A. P.M.  ; 
was  present  terrible  massacre  and 
destruction  of  Mission  on  Oct.  28, 
1905 ;  when  wife  and  daughter  were, 
with  other  missionaries,  killed  by 
Chinese ;  proposed  for  service  in 
Iloilo,  Philippine  Islands,  1906, 
Publications  :  Catechisms  in  Hakka 
and  Classical  Book  on  Table  of 
arteries,  veins  and  nerves,  in 
Chinese.  Address:  Canton,  China.. 

MACINTYRE.  D.  C.  (PKNANG),  Har- 
bour Master,  Sept.,  1S93.  Address: 
Penang,  Straits  Settlements. 

MACIVER.  Rev.  Donald  (WUKINGFU),. 
M.A.,  Aberdeen;  missionary;  I>. 
Oct.  10,  1S52  at  Ross-shire,  Scot- 


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Mad 


land;  m.  Elizabeth,  (/.  of  Geo. 
Murray,  Edinburgh.  Educ.:  Inver- 
ness Royal  Academy  ;  Aberdeen 
University.  Publications :  Hakka 
Index,  1904  ;  Hakka  -  English 
Dictionary,  1905.  Address  :  Wu- 
kingfu,  Swatow. 

MACKENZIE,  Alexander  (HONG- 
KONG), Manufacturer's  Represen- 
tative. Has  been  local  represen- 
tative of  firm  of  Arthur  and  Co. 
(Export)  Ltd.  of  Glasgow,  London, 
Leeds,  etc.,  since  1896.  Address: 
Hongkong. 

MACKINNON,  Lewis  Arthur 
Ranking  (AMOY),  Assistant,  and 
Postal  Agent  for  Great  Britain, 
H.B.M.  Consular  Service.  Appoint- 
ed Student  Interpreter  in  China, 
Sept.  24,  1895;  acting  Vice-Consul 
at  Canton,  1903  to  1904;  Assistant 
and  Postal  Agent  for  Great  Britain 
at  Amoy,  1906.  Address:  H.B.M. 
Consulate,  Amoy,  China. 

MACKRAY,  William  Henderson 
(TAMPIN),  Federated  Malay  States 
Civil  Service ;  b.  Nov.  11,  1877. 
Appointed  cadet,  Negri  Sembilan, 
Nov.,  1901 ;  acting  Assistant  Collec- 
tor of  Land  Revenue,  Seremban. 
Aug.,  1902  ;  passed  in  Malay,  1903  ; 
acting  Assistant  District  Officer, 
Tarn  pin,  June,  1903 ;  acting  Assis- 
tant Collector  of  Land  Revenue, 
Seremban,  Nov.,  1903;  passed  in 
Law,  1904;  acting  Inspector  of 
Schools,  Nov.,  1904;  acting  Assis- 
tant District  Officer,  Tampin,  1906. 
Address  :  Tampin,  Negri  Sembilan, 
Federated  Malay  States. 

MACLAREN,  James  Waddell  Boyd 


(SINGAPORE),  M.I.C.E.  ;  Civil  En- 
gineer ;  b.  April  14,  1863.  Educ.  : 
Edinburgh  Collegiate  School. 
Clubs :  Thatched  House  and  Sports, 
L  o  n  d  o  n  .  A  ddreas  :  Singapore, 
Straits  Settlements. 

MACRAY,  H.  A.  J.  (SHANGHAI),  Man- 
ager of  Dodwell  and  Co.,  Ltd. 
Club:  Shanghai.  Address:  1,  Can- 
ton Road,  Shanghai,  China. 

MACWILLIE,  Dr.  John  (WUCHANG), 
M.D.,  C.M. ;  Physician  ;  b.  Feb.  12, 
1872  ;  »i.  Lottie  L.  McMorran, 
Oct.  23,  1902.  Educ. :  Trinity 
University,  Toronto,  Canada ; 
came  to  China  as  a  Missionary  hi 
1902 ;  commenced  medical  work  in 
Changsha,  Hunan,  in  1902;  had 
charge  of  St.  James  Hospital, 
Nganking,  Anhwei,  1903-05;  while 
there  organized  the  first  Ambulance 
Coi-ps  in  the  Chinese  Army ;  in  1905 
took  charge  of  St.  Peter's  Hospital, 
Wuchang,  Hupeh.  Address: 
American  Church  Mission,  Wu- 
chang, China. 

MADDEN,  Rev.  Milton  Bolivar 
(SEX DAI),  M.A.;  Missionary  ;  b.  July 
20,  1869;  m.  Feb.  1,  1894,  Maude 
Whitmore.  Educ. :  Bethany  College, 
B.A.,  "Magna  Cum  Laude,"  1895; 
M.A.,  1898;  Chicago  University, 
1902-03.  Has  been  a  Missionary  in 
Japan  since  1895;  Secretary  and 
Treas.,  Japan,  Mission,  Ch.  of 
Christ.  Publications:  Edited  "  Bible 
Way,"  1899-1902.  Address :  Sendai, 
Japan. 

MADDOCKS,  William  Edward 
(MALACCA),  Harbour  Master;  &. 
May  8,  1873.  Chief  Officer,  Colonial 


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steamer  "  Sea  Belle,"  1901 ;  Harbour 
Master,  Malacca,  1901 ;  Acting  Com- 
mander, Colonial  steamer,  1902 ; 
acting  Deputy  Master  Attendant, 
Singapore,  1903;  Harbour  Master, 
Malacca,  1904.  Address:  Malacca, 
Straits  Settlements. 

MADELEY,  Rev.  Frank  (SAN  GUAN 
HSIEN),  M.A. ;  Missionary,  Baptist 
Missionary  Society,  England ;  b. 
May  28, 1870  ;  m.  Sept.  15,  1904,  F.  D. 
Nowell,  Paignton,  Devon.  Ediic. : 
King  Edward  VI  High  School, 
Birmingham  (Foundation  Scholar- 
ship) ;  London  University.  Was  in 
China  year  of  Boxer  outbreak  when 
Governor  Tuan  Fang  saved  lives  of 
all  missionaries  in  Shensi ;  was 
student  of  Bristol  Baptist  College, 
1893-97  ;  is  actively  engaged  in  mis- 
sionary work  in  San  Guan  Hsien 
district,  which  has  754  Church 
members,  the  greatest  number  in 
Shensi  province.  Publications: 
"  The  Value  of  a  Tone  Eschatology," 
1904;  "The  Eight  Signs  of  John's 
Gospel :  A  Study  in  Parallelism  "  (in 
preparation).  Address:  c/o  The 
Agent,  China  Inland  Mission,  Han- 
kow, China. 

MAHE,  Georges  Marie  Joseph  (LAOS), 
Inspector,  Civil  Service  Indo-China, 
Resident  Superior,  Laos ;  b.  April 
14, 1860.  Entered  Civil  Service  Indo- 
China,  April  25, 1883 ;  3rd  class  Ad- 
ministrator, Aug.,  18S9;  2nd  class, 
Aug.,  1893;  1st  class,  Aug.,  1896; 
Inspector,  Jan.,  1902.  Decoration : 
Officier  d'Academie.  Address:  Laos, 
Indo-China. 

MAIN,  Dr.  David  Duncan  (HANG- 
CHOW),  L.R.C.P.,  L.R.C.S.E.,  1881, 


M.B.G.P.,  1902,  F.R.'J.P.E.,  1905  ;  b. 
1856,  m.  Florence  Nightingale 
Smith,  d.  of  late  D.  Diugwall 
Smith,  Edinburgh,  and  a,  d.  of  late 
Alex.  McVicor,  post  captain  R.N. 
Educ. :  Edinburgh.  Medical  Mis- 
sionary in  charge  of  C.M.S.  Hang- 
chow  Hospital  and  Medical  Train- 
ing College,  since  1881 ;  surgeon  to 
I.M.  Customs.  Publications:  Whit- 
las  Dictionary,  Playfair's  Midwifery, 
Cheyne's  Wounds,  Abscesses,  and 
Ulcers,  etc.,  in  Chinese.  Decoration 
Order  of  5th  Button.  Address  : 
Hangchow,  China. 

MAITLAND,  Francis  (HONGKONG), 
Merchant,  b.  May  21,  1865;  m.  Nov., 
1901,  Alice  Stopani.  Educ. :  Private 
Schools.  Arrived  in  Colony,  April 
12,  1887.  Club:  Hongkong.  Ad- 
dress: Alexandra  Building,  Hong- 
kong ;  "  Nettlewood,"  Robinson 
Road,  Hongkong. 

MAITLAND,  F.  J.  (SHANGHAI),  Mer- 
chant. Senior  partner,  Maitland 
and  Co.,  Ltd.  ;  proprietor  of 
"Shanghai  Times"  and  "Sport 
and  Gossip."  Address  :  4,  Hankow 
Road,  Shanghai,  China. 

MAKING,  Nobuaki  (TOKYO),  Minister 
of  Education ;  b.  Oct.,  1861,  *.  of 
late  Okube,  prominent  statesman. 
Secretary  of  Foreign  Office,  1889; 
Private  Secretary  of  Prime  Minis- 
ter (Marquis  Ito),  1888;  local; 
Governor,  1891-1892;  Vice-Minister 
of  Education,  1892;  Minister  at 
Rome,  1897  ;  Minister  at  Vienna 
until  Feb.,  1906,  when  was  appoint- 
ed to  present  position.  Address: 
Tokyo,  Japan. 


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MA  LUNG,  General  (ULIASUT'AI), 
nalivo  of  Manchuria.  Appointed 
Governor,  1901;  Tartar  General, 
Uliasut'ai  (N.  W.  Mongolia),  July, 
1905. 

HANN,  Rev.  Aitlmr  S.  (SHANGHAI), 
B.A.,  B.D.  ;  Professor  of  New 
Testament  Exegsis,  St  John's 
College,  Shanghai ;  b.  Aug.  18, 1878. 
Educ. :  Private  Schools ;  Buffalo 
High  School ;  Yale  University  (B. 
A.  1899);  General  Theological 
Seminary  (B.D.  1902) ;  travelled  in 
Europe  after  graduation  ;  ordained 
Deacon  of  Protestant  Episcopal 
Church  in  May,  1902  ;  Curate  at  St. 
Paul's,  Rochester,  1902-3  ;  ordained 
Priest,  Dec.,  1904  ;  came  to  China, 
1904  ;  Secretary  of  Yale  Association 
of  China ;  Editorial  Secretary  of 
Educational  Association  of  China. 
Club  :  American  University,  Shang- 
hai. Recreations:  Yale  Track 
Team,  1898 ;  tennis  championship 
at  Kanuzawa,  Japan,  1905.  Ad- 
dress :  St.  John's  College,  Shanghai. 

MANN,  Rev.  John  Charles  (NAGASAKI), 
M.A.  ;  Minister  and  Missionary  ;  b. 
Feb.  6,  1880,  at  Newcastle-on-Tyne. 
Educ.:  Glasgow  University  and  Rid- 
ley  Hall ;  Cambridge,  1900,  2nd  class 
honours  in  Mathematics  and 
Natural  Philosophy.  Ordained  in 
1903;  curate  of  St.  Luke's  Maid- 
stone,  Kent,  1903  ;  appointed  to 
Nagasaki  under  Church  Missionary 
Society,  1905.  Club  :  Nagasaki, 
Address:  10,  Deshima,  Nagasaki. 
Japan. 

MANSFIELD,  Robert  William  (CAN- 
TON),  C.M.G.  ;  H.B.M.  Consul ;  b. 
Sept.  16,  1850,  *.  of  Rev.  J.  Mans- 


field, Rector  of  Blundford,  St, 
Mary's,  Dorsetshire,  and  Emily 
Ze  Poer  Trench  ;  m.  1878,  Marie 
Therese,  d.  of  Comte  Cahonet 
de  Maiolles.  Educ.:  Cheltenham 
College.  Entered  Consular  Service 
in  China,  1870;  acting  Vice-Consul 
at  Pagoda  Anchorage, acting  Consul 
at  Foochow,  Swatow,  Wuhu,  (  hin- 
Kiang ;  Consul  at  Chung-King,  1891, 
but  did  not  proceed;  acting  assis- 
tant Judge  and  Consul  at  Shanghai ; 
transferred  to  Wenchow,  1893; 
acting  Consul  at  Foochow  1893-1895  ; 
proceeded  to  Kutien  to  inquire 
into  the  massacre  of  eleven  mis- 
feionaiiee,  1895 ;  transferred  to 
Wuhu,  1896,  but  did  not  proceed  ; 
was  again  actirg  Assistant  Judge 
and  Consul  and  later  acting  Consul- 
General  at  Shanghai ;  Consul  at 
Amoy,  19C5-6;  appointed  Consul  at 
Canton,  1906.  Recreations :  Riding, 
shooting.  Club:  Thatched  Hou.se. 
Address:  H.B.M.  Consulate,  Can- 
ton, China. 

MAO  CH'ING-FAN  (CHJHLI),  Taotai; 
native  of  Kiangsu.  Superintendent, 
Kiangnan  arsenal,  1903  ;  Yung-ting- 
ho  Tao,  Chihli,  Aug.,  1S04  ;  «  hing-i- 
Shih  Tao,  Hupei,  Jan.,  1905;  Yung- 
ting  Ho  Taotai,  Chihli,  April,  1905. 

MARKS,  Oliver  (SINGAPORE),  Secre- 
tary to  High  Commissioner,  Fede- 
rated Malay  States,  and  Private 
Secretary  to  Governor,  Straits 
Settlements;  b.  Sept.  10,  1866;  m. 
Feb.  1,  1905  ;  Violet  Catherine,  e.  d. 
of  Hon.  Alex  Murray,  Colonial 
Engineer,  Straits  Settlements.  Su- 
perintendent Government  Plan- 
tations, Perak,  March,  1891;  2nd 


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class  Magistrate  1S94 ;  acting  as- 
sistant Magistrate,  Kinta,  1894; 
assistant  Magistrate,  Kinta,  1896 ; 
acting  assistant  Secretary  to  Govt., 
Perak,  1896;  1st  class  Magistrate, 
1898;  assistant  Secretary  to  Re- 
sident General,  Federated  Malay 
States,  1898;  has  held  piesent 
position  since  Aug.,  1£03.  Clubs: 
•Spoils,  London;  all  local.  Re- 
creations: Cricket  and  Golf.  Ad- 
dress: Government  House,  Singa- 
pore, Straits  Settlements. 

MARQUES,  AugU£.to  Oscar  (MACAO), 
Teacher  of  Chinese  language  in 
Central  School ;  b.  May  2,  1853  ;  )/?. 
Leopoldina  Matthilde  Reinalda 
Tales.  Educ.  :  St.  Joseph's  College, 
Macao.  Secretary  and  Interpreter 
to  Portuguese  Consul  General 
(Senior  Consul),  Shanghai,  1898-1901; 
during  Boxer  troubles  was  entrust- 
ed with  all  correspondence  between 
Consular  Body  p.  ml  Chinese 
authorities,  and  received  official 
letter  of  thanks  from  Consular 
Body  ;  2nd  Chinese  Interpreter  and 
assistant  Chief  of  "  Reparticao  do 
Kxpedianti  Sinico."  Club  :  Macao. 
Address:  No.  1,  Largs  de  Camoes, 
Macao. 

MARQUES,  Dr.  Lcurenco  Pereira 
(  MACAO  ),  F.R.A.M.  (  Ireland  ) ; 
L.R.C.P.  (Ireland) ;  Physician ;  6.  in 
Camoes  Garden,  Macao,  s.  of  late 
Commander  Lourenco  Marques. 
Educ.:  Royal  College  of  St.  Joseph, 
Macao  ;  Lisbon  ;  Dublin.  In  1898 
gratuitously  assisted  Government 
to  cope  with  bubonic  plague 
epidemic  ;  has  on  other  occasions 
rendered  free  service  to  Govern- 
ment ;  formerly  in  Civil  Sen-ice  of 


Hongkong,  retired  on  pension, 
1890 ;  Fellow  of  Royal  Geographical 
Society  of  Lisbon.  Decorations: 
Commander  of  Military  Order  of 
Christ  ;  Knight  of  Tower  and 
Swoid  of  Portugal.  Publications 
Numerous  essays  and  articles. 
Clnb  :  Macao.  Address  :  No.  3, 
Pr.ica  de  Luiz  de  Camoes,  Macao. 

MARQUIS,  Marie  Gaston  (SAIGON), 
Resident  ;  Administrator,  1st  class; 
b.  July  9,  1854.  Joined  Indo-China 
Civil  Service,  Nov.  1,  1873;  Ad- 
ministrator, 4th  class,  Nov.  1,  1873; 
Administrator,  3rd  class,  Jan.  1, 
1875  ;  Administrator,  '2nd  class, 
April  29,  1877  ;  Administrator,  1st 
class,  Jan.  1,  1885;  Decoration  : 
Officier  d' Academic.  Address:  Sai- 
gon, Cochin-China. 

MARRIOTT,     H.     (  PEXAXIA  ),     B.A.  ; 

Straits  Settlements  Civil  Service. 
Educ.:  Cambridge  University;  1st 
class,  Mathematical  Tripos.  Cadet, 
Straits  Settlements,  Nov.,  1896; 
acting  Srd  Magistrate,  Singapore, 
May,  1897  ;  passed  final  examina- 
tion in  Malay,  May,  1898 ;  District 
Officer,  Malacca,  Feb.,  1899;  acting 
2nd  Magistrate,  Singapore,  Feb., 
1902;  appointed  to  class  IV.,  Sept., 
1903;  acting  2nd  Magistrate,  Pe- 
nang,  July,  1904.  Address:  Pe* 
nang,  Straits  Settlements. 

MARRIOTT,  Dr.  Oswald  (HONGKONG), 
L.R.C.P.,  M.R.C.S. ;  b.  Lond.,  Dec. 
30,  1874.  Educ. :  Dulwich  College, 
and  University  of  London  ;  profes- 
sional study  and  training  at  Guy's 
Hospital  (Lond).  After  holding  all 
ordinary  students'  appointments  at 
Guy's  H  o  s  p  i  t  a  1  held  post  of 


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<'hemieal  Assistant,  ami  later 
House  Surgeon;  appointed  House 
Physician  to  Dreadnought  Seaman's 
Hospital,  Greenwich,  1900  ;  in  1902 
resigned  appointment  to  come  to 
Hongkong.  Recreations:  Riding, 
tennis,  cycling,  swimming,  reading. 
Club:  Hongkong.  Address;  Hong- 
kong. 

MARSHALL,    Frederick    Brougham 

(AMOV),  Merchant ;  b.  Yokohama, 
Japan,  Jan.  £1,  1864;  in.  Violet 
Walton,  at  Foochow,  Feb.  25,  1895. 
Educ. :  Grange  School,  Ewell, 
Surrey.  Clubs:  Constitutional  and 
Thatched  House,  Lond.  ;  Hong- 
kong. Address:  Amoy,  China.  - 

MARTEN,  Richard  (HONGKONG),  Mer- 
chant ;  b.  Dec.  18,  1869.  Came  to  the 
East  in  1878  for  Arnhold  Karberg 
and  Co.,  and  in  188C  joined  Radecker 
and  Co.  as  managing  partner  in 
Hongkong.  Club  :  G  e  r  m  a  n  i  a. 
A  ddress :  Hongkong. 

MARTIN,  Dr.  Paul  Z.  (KOBE),  M.I). ; 
b.  Dec.  25,  1856.  Educ. :  Armenian 
College,  Calcutta.  Club :  Shinko. 
Ad-dress  :  27  Sannomiyacho,  3 
chome,  Kobe,  Japan. 

MARTIN,  William  (HANKOW),  Consul- 
General  for  the  U.S.  of  America. 

MARTIN,  Dr.  W.  A.  P.  (WUCHANG), 
D.D.,  LL.D. ;  President  of  Viceroy's 
University,  Wuchang,  China ;  b 
April  10,  1827,  Livonia,  Indiana. 
Educ. :  Indiana  State  University  ; 
Presbytery  Theologian  Seminary, 
Arrived  in  China,  1850  ;  stationed  as 
Missionary  at  Ningpo ;  went  as 
Interpreter  with  U.S.  Minister, 
Beid,  to  Tientsin,  where  new 
treaties  were  made  after  storming 


of  forts  by  British  and  French, 
1858;  Avent  with  U.S.  Minister, 
Ward,  to  Peking ;  witnessed  defeat 
of  Allies  at  Taku,  1859  ;  accomp- 
anied Mr.  Ward  to  Japan,  then 
under  Shogun ;  made  President 
and  Professor  of  International 
Law  in  Imperial  College,  Peking, 
1867 ;  held  position  25  years,  and 
resigned  on  account  of  health, 
1898 ;  appointed,  by  Imperial 
Decree,  President  of  New  Uni- 
vrsity ;  in  Siege  of  Peking 
shut  up  eight  weeks  in  H.B.M. 
Legation,  1900.  Publieat ions :  In 
Chinese  :  Evidences  of  Christianity; 
Natural  Philosophy  ;  Mathematical 
Physics ;  Mental  Philosophy,  with 
preface  by  Li  Hung  Chang  ;  Trans- 
lations of  four  Text-books  of 
International  Law,  Wheton,  Wool- 
say,  Bluntschli,  and  Hall;  In 
English :  A  Cycle  of  Cathay ;  The 
Lore  of  Cathay;  The  Siege  of 
Peking;  Chinese  Legends  and  other 
poems.  Recreation  :  Verse-making. 
Address:  c/o  Mission  Press,  Shang- 
hai, China. 

MARTIN,  Zacharia  Martin  (KOBE)  , 
Import  and  Export  Merdhant  and 
Commission  Agent ;  b.  June  8,  1848. 
Educ. :  Calcutta  University.  Start- 
ed business  in  1863  and  was  first 
person  to  import  curios  in  bulk  from 
Japan  into  Calcutta ;  doing  business 
all  over  the  world  in  rice,  silk  and 
Japanese  curios ;  Captain  C.V.B. 
Clubs :  Shinko  (Kobo) ;  Armenian 
Club,  Calcutta.  Address  :  Kobe, 
Japan. 

MARTY,  A.  P.  (HONGKONG),  Merchant ; 
Consul  for  Spain.  Address :  14,  Des 
Vo3tix  Road  Central,  Hongkong. 


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MASAO,  Toklchi  (BANGKOK,)  LL.D. ; 
Legal  Adviser  to  Siamese  Govern- 
ment ;  Judge  of  Supreme  Court  of 
Appeal ;  b.  Nov.  17,  1870 ;  at  Ozu, 
lyo,  Japan;  m.  Nov.  4,  1898, 
Mitsuko,  d.  of  Baron  Kuki,  Privy 
Councillor,  Educ. :  Waseda  Uni- 
versity, Tokyo  ;  Yale  University, 
U.S.A.;  LL.B.  (1st  in  class)  1895; 
LL.M.,  cum  laude,  Yale  University, 
1896 ;  D.C.L.,  cum  laude,  Yale  Uni- 
versity, 1897 ;  LL.D.,  given  by 
Imperial  University,  Tokyo,  1903. 
Is  at  present  Legal  Adviser  to 
Siamese  Government,  appointed 
1897 ;  Judge  of  Supreme  Court  of 
Appeals,  appointed,  1900 ;  on  Com- 
mission on  codification  of  Siamese 
laws,  appointed,  1S98  ;  Vice- Pre- 
sident of  Siam  Society  since  1905. 
Decoration* :  Knight  Commander 
of  Order  of  White  Elephant.  Pub- 
lications: Civil  Code  of  Japan  ; 
Draft  Law  of  Siamese  Partnerships 
and  Companies,  etc.  Club :  Nippon, 
Tokyo.  Address:  Bangkok,  Siam. 

MASON,  James  Scott  (RAUB),  Fede- 
rated Malay  States  Civil  Service;  b. 
March  31,  1873;  ?n.  June  23,  1904, 
Mabel  Kuth,  d.  of  late  Rev.  John 
Metcalfe,  M.A.,  of  York.  Educ. : 
Manchester  Grammar  School; 
Brasenose  College,  Oxford.  Cadet, 
Perak  Civil  Service,  Nov.  6,  1896  ; 
acting  Collector  of  Land  Revenue, 
Batang  Padang,  May,  1897  ;  acting- 
assistant  District  Magistrate,  Tan- 
jong  Malim,  Aug.  25,  1897 ;  passed 
final  examination  in  Malay,  March 
29,  1898 ;  acting  Collector  of  Land 
Revenue,  Matang,  April  1,  1898; 
acting  assistant  Magistrate  and 
Collector  of  Land  Revenue,  Krian, 


I  also  acting  Indian  Immigration 
Agent,  etc.,  Dec.  4,  1898;  parsed 
final  law  examination,  Jan.  11. 
1899  ;  commended  by  Perak  Govern- 
ment for  services  in  connection 
with  Krian  Smallpox  Riots,  March, 
1899;  acting  Collector,  Land  Re- 
venue, Lower  Perak,  March  19, 
1899;  appointed  assistant  Disliict 
Officer,  Ranb,  Paharg,  Jan.  1, 19CO  : 
on  Raub  being  made  Sepaiate 
district  was  appointed  District 
Officer,  Jan.  1,  1902  ;  pa sred  bonus 
examination  in  Tamil,  April  l£« 
1902;  appointed  District  Officer, 
Jelebu,  Negri  Sembilan,  Oct.  1, 
1905,  but  continued  to  act  as 
District  Officer,  Raub.  Club: 
Sports.  Address:  Raub,  Pahang 
Federated  Malay  States. 

I  MASUDA,  T  ok  a  Shi  (TOKYO),  Mer- 
chant ;  b.  at  Sado  in  1848.  Joined 
Mitsui  Bussan  Company  in  1876. 
Address:  Tokyo,  Japan. 

MASUJIMA,  Rckuichiro  (TOKYO), 
LL.D. ;  Solicitor  ;  b.  June,  1857,  at 
Hakone.  Educ  :  University  ;  Middle 
Temple,  Lor  don.  A  ddrex* :  Tokyo. 
Japan. 

' 

|  MATSUDA,  Masahisa  (TOKYO). 
Minister  of  Justice;  b.  April,  1845, 
at  Saga.  Educ :  France.  Once  Pre- 
sident of  the  Kagoshima  Higher 
School;  elected  M.P.,  1890;  maue 
Financial  Minister  in  Okina-Itagaki 
Coalition  Ministry,  1895  ;  Minister 
of  Education  in  Ito  Ministry,  1900- 
1901 ;  President  of  the  Lower  House 
1904  ;  appointed  Minister  of  Justice 
in  Saionji  Cabinet,  1906.  Address: 
Tokyo,  Japan. 


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MATSUDAIRA,     Baron    Mosanao 

(TOKYO),  Member  of  House  of 
Peers;  b.  Feb.,  1844,  at  Fukui. 
Governor  of  Miyagi-ken,  Kuma- 
tn  o  t  o  •  K  e  n  and  several  other 
prefectures ;  twice  Vice-Minister  of 
Home  Affairs;  represented  Japan 
at  St.  Louis  Exhibiton  as  Vice- 
Chairman;  cr Baroii,  1900.  Address; 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

MATSUKATA,    Count  Masayoshi, 
(TOKYO),  G.C.M.G.,  D.C.L.,  Oxford  ; 
President  of  Red  Cross  Society  of 
Japan,    and    Privy  Councillor;   6. 
1835,  at  Kagoshima,  s.  of  a  samurai 
of    Satsuma   Clan ;     m.    1860,    d. 
(present  countess)  of  a  samurai  of 
the   same  Clan.    Ednc.  :  Received 
military     and    literary     education 
such  as  was  common  in  the  Satsuma 
Clan ;  received  naval  training  from 
foreigners  in  Nagasaki.     Served  as 
Chamberlain  to  the  Lord  of  Satsuma 
Clan  ;  took  part  in  political  move- 
ment which  resulted  in  the  over- 
throw of  Shogunate  ;  appointed  a 
local  governor  at  the  time  of  Res- 
toration ;    e  n  g  a  g  e  d  in   financial 
administration    of   the    central' 
Government,   and   directed  efforts 
to  facilitate  and  encourage  agricul- 
tural   and    industrial    enterprises; 
had  a  share  in  carrying   out    the 
Laud  Tax  Reform  ;  visited  Europe 
as  President  of  Japanese  Section  of 
the    Paris     Exposition     of     1878  ; 
appointed  Minister  of  Home  Affairs, 
1880 ;  Minister  of  Finance,  1881 ;  the 
redemption  of  inconvertible  notes 
was     the     most    important     work 
accomplished  during  more  than  ten 
years'    service    as     Minister     of 
Finance  ;  was  created  Count,  1884 ; 


Prime  Minister  (continuing  at  the 
same  time  to  hold  the  portfolio  of 
Finance),  1891-1892;  again  appointed 
Minister     of    Finance,    1895,    but 
resigned   soon   afterwards :  Prime 
Minister  and  Minister  of  Finance 
1896;     resigned,     1898;     Minister 
of    Finance    from    Oct.,"    1898,    to 
Oct.,    1000;  post-bellum   financial 
administration   and   the  adoption 
of   the  gold   standard   (for  which 
has     bean      mainly      responsible) 
have    been    the     most    important 
incidents    in   the   internal   history 
of  Japan  in  recent  years  ;  visited 
Europe  and  America,    1902 ;  Hon. 
D.  C.    L.    Oxford,    1902;    both     of 
present     positions     sine*1      1903  i 
accorded  by  the  Emperor  the  same 
consideration  as  Prime  Minister  of 
State,    in    recognition    of   pasts 
services.    Publications  ;  Report  on 
the  Adjustment  of  Paper  Currency 
(in  Japanese) ;  History  of  National 
Debts   in   Japan    (translated  into 
English) ;  Report  on  the  Adoption 
of   the    Gold    Standard   in  Japan 
(translated  into  English) ;   Report 
on   the   post-bellum  Financial 
Administration    in    Japan     (trans- 
lated into  English) ;  Notice  histori- 
que   sur   la   Reforme    de    1'Impot 
f orcier   au    Japan   (written   in 
French).     Recreations :    Collection 
of    pictures     and     other     artistic 
objects ;  horse-riding.    Address? 
Mita,  Jokpo,  Japan. 

MATSUMURA,  Ninzo  (TOKYO),  Pro- 
fessor, -Tokyo  University ;  b.  Oet, 
1856,  at  Hitachi.  Educ. :  Germany, 
Profeseor  of  Imperial  University, 
Tokyo,  since  1889 ;  Scientist  and 
botanist.  Address:  Tokyo,  Japan.. 


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JVTATSUO,  Shinzen  (TOKYO),  Governor 
of  Bank  of  Japan,  Member  of 
House  of  Peers;  b.  Feb.,  1843,  at 
Uwajima.  For  some  years  Director 
of  the  Financial  Bureau  of 
Treasury ;  appointed  to  present 
position,  1903.  Address :  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

MATSUOKA,  Koki  (TOKYO),  Minister 
of  Agriculture  and  Commerce ; 
Member  of  House  of  Peers  ;  b.  at 
Tokushima,  June,  1816.  Appointed 
President  of  Tokyo  Appeal  Court. 
1890 ;  Procurator  -  General,  1892 ; 
Vice-Minister  of  Home  Affairs,  1894 
and  1898;  President  of  Court  of 
Administrative  Litigation.  1898  ;  ap- 
pointed to  present  post,  1906. 
Address:  Tokyo,  Japan. 

MATTHEWSON,   Rev.  Wesley  F. 

(OsvKA),  Minister  of  the  Gospel;  b. 
Sept.  12,  18G8,  *.  of  a  Free  Methodist 
Minister,  Rev.  A.  B.  Matthewson, 
of  New  York ;  in.  Aug.  22,  1894, 
Minnie  D.  Wright,  a  successful 
teacher  in  Michigan  Schools. 
Edd.e.:  at  Seminaries  in  Spring 
Arbor,  Michigan  ;  North  Chili,  New 
York  ;  graduated  from  Spring 
Arbor,  Michigan,  1890.  Entered 
Ministiy  in  1894;  ordained  in  1897 
and  1898  ;  elected  Member  of  Free 
Methodist  General  Conference  in 
1902  ;  elected  Superintendent  of 
Japan  Mission  Free  Methodist 
Church,  1902.  Address  :  Tennoji, 
Osaka,  Japan. 

MATTOX,  Rev.  Elmer  L.  (HANG- 
CHOW), M.A. ;  Minister  and  Mis- 
sionary of  the  Presbyterian  Church 
of  U.S.A. ;  b.  March  3,  18G9  ; 
in.  April  18,  1893,  Emma  Edna 


King.  Educ.  :  Parsons  College, 
Iowa;  McCormick  Theological 
Seminary,  Chicago,  Illinois,  U.S.A. 
Arrived  in  China,  Oct.,  1894;  teacher 
in  the  Hangchow  Presbyterian 
College,  since  1894.  Address  : 
Presbyterian  College,  Hangchow, 
China. 

MA  WEI-CHI,  General  (SZECIIWAN), 
Commander -in -Chief;  native  of 
Yunnan.  Brigade  General,  Ch'ao- 
chou,  Kwangtung ;  Commander-in- 
Chief,  Szechwan,  July,  1902;  com- 
manded expedition  to  Tibet  to 
avenge  murder  of  assistant  Im- 
perial Resident  in  spring,  1905; 
rewarded  with  brevet  button,  pre- 
mier military  rank,  1905. 

MAXWELL,  Charleton  Neville 

(PKKAX),  Acting  District  Officer  ;  b. 
June  22,  1892.  Private  Secretary  to 
Governor  of  Straits  Settlements, 
1893  ;  Junior  Officer,  Selangor,  Feb., 
1894 ;  acting  2nd  assistant  District 
Officer,  Ulu  Selangor,  April,  1894; 
Transport  Officer,  June,  1894 ;  acting 
assistant  District  Officer,  Kuala 
Lumpur,  June,  1895  ;  ditto,  Sungei, 
Bes,  Jan.,  1896;  acting  assistant 
Government  Secretary,  Oct.,  1893; 
acting  District  Officer,  Ulu  Selangor, 
Dec.,  1893;  assistant  Auditor, 
April,  1897  ;  acting  assistant  Dis- 
trict Officer,  Sungei  Bes,  May,  1897  ; 
acting  District  Officer,  Kuala 
Langat,  Sept.,  1897  ;  2nd  Magi- 
strate, Kuala  Lumpur,  and  acting 
assistant  District  Officer,  Sungei 
Bes,  Jan.,  1899 ;  acting  Registrar  of 
Courts,  Nov.,  1901 ;  acting  District 
Officer  Kuala  Pilah,  Negri  Sem- 
bilan,  May,  1902;  District  Officer, 
Kuala  Langat,  Selangor,  Jan., 


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Mar 


1903;*  Magistrate,  Kuala  Lumpur, 
Selangor,  Mar.,  1904;  acting  Du- 
tiict  Officer,  Pekan,  Pr.l-.arg,  Nov., 
1904.  Add  re** :  Pekan,  Pahang, 
Federated  Malay  States. 

MAXWELL.  William  George  (SINGA- 
PORE), Secretary  to  Resident,  Se- 
cond Magistrate  ;  b.  June  9,  1871, 
Passed  in  .Malay,  1891  ;  Junior 
Officer,  Perak,  Mar.,  1891 ;  assistant 
Magistrate,  Kinta,  April,  1892; 
acting  Collector  of  Land  Revenue, 
Kuala  Kaugsar,  May,  1S92  ;  assis- 
tant District  Magistrate,  Tronoli, 
Jan.,  1893;  ditto,  Mataug,  Oct., 
1893;  ditto,  Batang  Padang,  Feb., 
1894;  ditto,  Tanjong  Malim,  March, 
1894  ;  acting  Collector  of  Land 
Revenue  and  Magistrate,  Kuantan, 
Pahang,  Aug.,  1805;  assistant  Dis- 
trict Magistrate,  Tanjong  Malim, 
Aug.,  1896;  acting  Supeiintemlent, 
Uln  Pahang,  Aug.,  1896;  acting 
Magistrate,  Larut,  March,  18£7  ; 
sent  in  charge  of  party  of  Chinese 
Miners  to  Gold  Coast  Colony,  May. 
1897;  acting  Chief  Assistant  Magi- 
strate, Kinta,  Jan.,  1899;  Registrar 
of  Courts,  Feb.,  1899 ;  passed  in 
Law,  1899 ;  acting  assistant  Secre- 
tary to  Government,  Feb.,  1900  ; 
acting  Collector  of  Land  Revenue, 
Larut,  and  Registrar  of  Titles, 
North,  Oct.,  1901 ;  acting  assistant 
Secretary  to  Resident,  Oct.,  1902; 
2nd  assistant  District  Officer, 
Larut,  Jan.,  1903  ;  acting  Senior 
Magistrate,  Perak,  1903  ;  transfer- 
red to  Straits  Settlements  as  Sec- 
retary to  Resident,  2nd  Magistrate, 
1904.  Address:  Singapore,  Straits 
Settlements. 


MAY,  C.  G.  (SiNGAPORK),  Appointed 
assistant  Superintendent  of  Works, 
Straits  Settlements,  May,  1899; 
acting  Superintendent  of  Works,, 
and  Surveys,  Malacca,  June,  1699, 
to  Sept.,  1901,  and  Oct.,  1902,  to- 
Apl.,  1908;  Supt.  of  Works  and 
Surveys,  Singapor-e,  July,  1903.  Ad- 
di-i'xx  :  Singapore,  Straits  Settle- 
ments. 

MAY,  C.  W.  (HONGKONG),  Chief 
Accountant,  Hongkong  and  Shang- 
hai Banking  Corporation,  Ltd. 
Resident  in  Colony  over  10  year.-., 
Club  :  Hongkong.  Address  :  1 , 
Queen's  Road  Central,  Hongkong. 

MAY,  Hon.  Francis  Henry  (HONG- 
KONG), C.M.G.,  B.A.  (Dublin); 
Colonial  Secretary  and  member  of 
Executive  and  Legislative  Councils; 
b.  March  14,  1860,  at  Dublin,  4th  <*. 
of  late  Hon.  G.  A.  C.  May,  Lord 
Chief-  Justice  of  Ireland,  and 
Olivia,  d.  of  Sir.  Mathew  Barring- 
ton,  Bart.,  of  Glenstal,  Co.  Lime- 
rick.;  m.  1891.  Helena,  rf.  of 
Lieutenant-General  Digby  Barker,. 
C.B.  Ednc. :  Harrow  ;  T  r  i  n  i  t  y 
College  Dublin,  IstHonourman  and 
Prizeman,  Classics  and  Modern 
Languages,  B.A.,  1881.  Appointed 
after  competitive  examination  to- 
Hongkong  cadetship,  1881 ;  acting 
assistant  Registrar-General,  April, 
1886  ;  acting  assistant  Colonial  Sec- 
retary, Jan.,  -1887 ;  Secretary  to- 
Board  of  Examiners,  Jan.,  1889; 
assistant  Colonial  Secretary,  Jan.T 
1891 ;  Private  Secretary  to  Governor 
Sir  W.  Des  Vceux,  to  Administrator, 
Sir  F.  Fleming,  and  Major-General 
Barker,  April,  1889,  to  Dec.  1891 ; 


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WHO'S  WHO  IN  THE  FAR  EAST  (JUNE)  1908-7. 


acting  Colonial  Treasurer,  April  to 
Oct.,  1892;  Member  of  Legislative 
Council,  May,  1895;  Captain  Super- 
intendent of  Police  and  Fire 
Brigade,  1893,  and  of  Victoiia 
Gaol,  1897 ;  acting  Colonial  Sec- 
retary, Feb.  to  Sept.,  1900;  Colonial 
Secretary,  1902;  administered  Go- 
vernment of  Hongkong,  Nov.,  1903, 
to  July,  1904 ;  resumed  as  Colonial 
Secretary,  1905.  Decorations:  For 
services  rendered  during  coolie 
strike  and  great  plague,  1894. 
Publications:  Guide  to  Cantonese 
Colloquial;  Yachting  in  Hongkong. 
Recreations:  Hunting,  polo, 
shooting,  rifle  shooting,  fi  s  h  i  n  g , 
yachting.  Clubs  :  Windham  ;  Hong- 
kong. Address :  Hongkong. 

MAY,  Lieut.  -  Commander  John 
(HONGKONG),  R.N. ;  in  Command  of 
H.  M.  torpedo  boat  destroyer 
"Handy."  Lieutenant,  Dec.  31, 
1900  ;  appointed  to  command,  19C6. 
Club :  Hongkong.  Address :  H.M.S. 
"  Handy,"  Hongkong. 

MAYERS,  Frederick  John  (CANTON), 
F.R.G.S. ;  Acting  Commissioner  of 
Customs,  Canton ;  6.  July,  1870. 
Educ. :  Privately ;  appointed  to 
I.M.  Customs  Service,  China  1889 ; 
Served  at  Foochow,  Tamsui, 
Kelung  (Formosa) ;  Shanghai,  Han- 
kow, Chungking,  Peking,  Soochow, 
Tientsin  and  Canton;  acted  as 
Chinese  Secretary  to  the  Inspector 
General  of  Customs,  Peking,  1897; 
in  charge  of  Kiangsu  Likin  Collec- 
torate,  1898-9;  and  of  Tientsin 
Native  Customs,  1904.  Decorations  : 
Double  Dragon,  3rd  Division,  1st 
class  ;  Civil  Bark,  4th  class,  China. 
Vlubs :  Thatched  House; 


Grosvenor  ;  Hongkong  p  Shanghai, 
etc.    Address:  Canton,  China. 

MAYERS,  Sidney  Francis  (PEKINU), 
Assistant  Chinese  Secretary  H.B.M. 
Consular  Service.  Appointed 
Student  Interpreter  in  China,  Sept. 
24, 1895 ;  Assessor  in  Mixed  Court, 
Shanghai,  1898  to  1901 ;  acting  Vice- 
Consul  at  Shanghai,  1900;  acting 
Chinese  Secretary,  Peking,  19 ;2; 
Assistant  in  Chinese  Secretary's 
Office,  Peking,  from  Sept.  16,  1901, 
to  May  15,  1903  ;  1st  class  assistant, 
May  5, 1904  ;  assistant  Chinese  Sec- 
retary, since  1904.  Address:  H.B.M. 
Legation,  Peking,  China. 

MA  YU-KU'N,  General  (URGA),  Oom- 
mander-in-Chief;  native  of  Anhwei. 
Commander  -  in  -  Chief,  Chekiang ; 
Oct.,  1899;  do.,  Chihli,  Aug.,  1930; 
junior  guardian,  heir  apparent, 
Jan.,  1902;  commanded  twenty, 
three  or  twenty-four  battalions  of 
troops  ;  in  1905-06  ;  ordered  to  Urga 
(Kalgan)  Nov.,  1905,  to  establish 
headquarters  there. 

McALL,  Dr.  Percy  Lonsdale  (HAN- 
KOW), B.A.,  M.B.,  Ch.B.;  Medical 
Missionary  ;  b.  July  10,  1870 ;  m.t 
Lillian  M.  Joyce.  Educ.  :  Bristol 
Grammar  School,  Cambridge  Uni- 
versity and  Edinburgh  University ; 
scholar  of  St.  Catherine's  College, 
Cambridge  ;  took  2nd  class  in  hon- 
ours division,  classical  tripos,  1892, 
obtaining  B.A.,  degree  ;  in  1893 
commenced  Medical  course  at 
Edinburgh  University,  graduated 
M.B.,  Ch.B.,  in  July,  1898.  Reached 
Hankow  Dec.,  1898  ;  in  joint  charge 
of  London  Mission  Men's  Hospital 
and  Medical  School  for  Chinese. 


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Publications:  "  Chinese  Catechism 
of  Health  and  Hygiene."  Address  : 
London  Mission,  Hankow,  China. 

McARTHUE,   Malcolm  St3wart  H. 

(BRUNEI).  British  Resident.  Educ. : 
Qu sen's  College,  Oxford.  Cadet, 
Straits  Settlements,  Nov.,  1895; 
acting  Deputy  Registrar  of  Deeds, 
Penang,  1898  ;  passed  final  ex- 
amination in  Malay,  April,  1897; 
acting  Private  Secretary  to  Go- 
vernor, Straits  Settlements,  Jan., 
1897  ;  acting  District  Officer,  Balik 
Pulan,  Aug.,  1897  ;  3rd  Magistrate, 
Penang,  1898  ;  .acting  2nd  assistant 
Colonial  Secretary,  April,  1899;  act- 
ing assistant  Secretary  to  Govern- 
ment, Selangor,  April,  1990,  to  Jan., 
1901 ;  District  Officer,  Penang,  Jan., 
1901 ,  acting  2nd  assistant  Colonial 
Secretary,  Jan.  to  May,  1901 ;  act- 
ing Collector  of  Land  Revenue,  and 
Registrar'of  Deeds,  Singapore  ;  also 
acting  Secretary  to  High  Commis- 
sioner of  Federated  Malay  States, 
May,  1902  ;  acting  Commissioner  of 
Court  of  Requests,  Singapore,  Aug., 
1933;  assistant  Superintendent  of 
Indian  Immigrants  in  addition  to 
other  duties,  Nov.  13,  1903 ;  acting 
2nd  assistant  Colonial  Secretary, 
Nov.,  1903;  confirmed,  Jaly,  1904; 
seconded  for  Special  Service,  under 
Foreign  Office  in  Brunei,  April, 
1904;  British  Resident  at  Brunei. 
Address :  Brunei,  Borneo. 

McCAUSLAND,  Cecil  Frank  (GOPENO), 
Assistant  District  Officer ;  b.  Oct. 
18,  1872.  Passed  in  Malay,  1898  ; 
passed  in  Law,  1900;  2nd  Lieu- 
tenant, 3rd  Battalion  Essex  Regi- 
ment Militia,  Jan.,  1893;  Captain, 
Jume,  1898 ;  transferred  to  Federated 


Malay  States  Civil  Service  as  Junior 
Officer,  Selangor,  Jan.,  1896;  as- 
sistant District  Officer,  Kuala 
Selangor,  Jan.,  1897;  acting  as- 
sistant District  Officer,  Ulu  Langat, 
May,  1898 ;  ditto,  Kuala  Kubu, 
Jan.,  1900;  assistant  District 
Magistrate,  Ipoh,  Perak,  and  acting 
Chief  Assistant  Magistrate,  Kinta, 
May,  1900;  assistant  District 
Magistrate,  Gopeng,  but  continued 
as  acting  Chief  AssistantMagistrate, 
Kinta,  Sept.,  1900;  acting  Circuit 
Magistrate,  Salangor,  April,  1904; 
acting  Magistrate,  Kuala  Lumpur 
Nov.,  1904;  assistant  District 
Officer,  Gopeng,  1906.  Address: 
Gopeng,  Perak,  Federated  Malay 
States. 

McCLELLAND,  Francis  Alexander 
Stewart  (KUANTAN),  Acting  Dis- 
trict Officer;  b.  Jan.  29,  1874. 
Cadet,  Pahang,  Nov.,  1893;  acting 
Treasurer  and  Superintendent, 
Feb.,  1897  ;  acting  assistant  District 
Officer,  Raub,  Feb.,  1898;  acting 
District  Officer,  Temeloh,  Jan., 
1899 ;  passed  in  Malay,  1839  ;  acting 
Collector  of  Land  Revenue,  Krian, 
Perak,  Aug.,  1900 ;  passed  Law, 
1901  ;  assistant  District  Officer, 
Kuala  Selangor,  Oct.,  1901;  acting 
Collector  of  Land  Revenue,  Krian, 
Oct.,  1901 ;  acting  District  Officer, 
Kuala  Langat,  Feb.,  1903;  also 
assistant  District  Officer,  Serendah, 
Aug.,  1903 ;  acting  District  Officer, 
Kuantan,  1906.  Address :  Kuantan, 
Pahang,  Federated  Malay  States. 

!  McCLOSKY,  Dr.  Arthur  James 
(KUALA  LUMPUR),  M.B.,  C.M.,  Edin; 
District  Surgeon;  ft.  Sept.  5,  I860. 

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Acting  Colonial  Surgeon,  Penang, 
Straits  Settlements,  Feb.,  1891; 
House  Surgeon  of  General  Hospital, 
Singapore;  Visitor,  Lunatic  Asylum. 
March,  189:5 ;  District  Surgeon, 
Selangor,  Aug.,  1895  ;  ditto,  Pauper 
Hospital,  Kuala  Lumpur,  May, 
1900 ;  acting  State  Surgeon,  March, 
1904  ;  District  Surgeon,  Kuala  Lum- 
pur, 1906.  Address  :  Kuala  Lumpur, 
Selangor,  Federated  Malay  States. 

McCRAKETT,  James  Sanderson 
(KUALA  Lt'MPUU),  Assistant  Pro- 
tector of  Chinese;  b.  June  1,  1832. 
Entered  Public  Works  Department, 
Straits  Settlements  Civil  Service, 
1879  ;  Registration  Officer,  Chinese 
Protectorate,  Penang,  June,  18S9; 
Passed  in  Cantonese,  1890;  Hokkien, 
1893;  acting  Registration  Officer, 
Chinese  Protectorate,  Singapore, 
Jan.,  1895;  Extra  Assistant  and 
Boarding  Officer,  Chinese  Pro- 
tectorate, Penaug,  Jan.,  1897  ;  as- 
sistant Chinese  Secretary,  Selangor, 
Oct.,  1897 ;  Inspector  of  Schools, 
Dec.,  1900;  acting  Secretary  for 
Chinese  Affairs,  July,  1901  ;  In- 
spector of  Schools,  Feb.,  1903 , 
assistant  Protector  of  Chinese, 
Kuala  Lumpur,  Jan.,  1935.  Address  : 
Kuala  Lumpur,  Selangor,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

MCDONNELL,  Percy  Gilmour  (MAN- 
ILA), Member  of  Municipal  Board  ; 
b.  1875.  Educ.  :  University  of 
California.  Correspondent,  New 
York  "  Sun,"  Spanish  American 
\Var,  1898-1901  ;  Russo  -  Japanese 
War,  1904  ;  correspondent  Hong- 
kong "  Daily  Press,"  1898-1902. 
Publications :  Numerous  magazine 
aiticles  on  Philippine  Military  and 


Civil  Government.  Club*:  Univer- 
sity ;  Army  ami  Navy,  Manila. 
Address:  57,  Calle  Isaac  Peral. 
Manila,  Philippine  Islands. 

McGILVARY,  Rev.  Daniel. (CIIIKNG- 

MAl),  Member  of  the  North  Lno.- 
Mission  (American  Presbyteri-in)  : 
b.  May  16,  1828,  at  Moore  County, 
North  Carolina,  U.S.A.  :  »i.  Dec.  G, 
1860,  Sophia  lloyce,  d.  of  Rev. 
D.  B.  Bradley,  M.D.  Educ. :  Bin-- 
ham School ;  Pi  inceton  Theological 
Seminary.  Missionary  in  Siam  at 
Bangkok,  1S58-61  ;  at  Petchaburi, 
1861-67;  established  the  mission  to 
the  Laos  of  North  Siam  in  Chieng- 
mai.  1867.  Address:  Chiengmai, 
Siam. 

McGREGOR,  Thomas  James  (KUALA 
Lr.MPru),  Federated  Malay  States 
Civil  Service  ;  b.  July  31,  1867.  Office 
Assistant,  Public  Works  Depart- 
ment, Selangor,  May,  1891 ;  acting 
Personal  Assistant  to  State  Engi- 
neer, Nov.,  1893 ;  Office  Assistant, 
Jan.,  1899:  assistant  Engineer, 
Jan.,  1901.  'Address:  Kuala  Linn- 
pur,  Selangor,  Federated  Spates. 

McKENZIE,  James  (8-1  KG  A  PORE), 

Manager  and  Secretary  of  Singa- 
pore Dispensary  ;  b.  Aug.,  29,  1868  ; 
in.  Nov.  8,  1898.  Educ.:  Dumfries 
Academy,  N.Ji.  For  last  15  years 
Manager  and  Secretary  of  Singa- 
pore Dispensary,  Ltd.  Clubs: 
Singapore  Golf,  Cricket,  Sporting, 
etc.  Address:  40  Raffles  Place, 
Singapore,  Straits  Settlements. 

McKIM,  Right  Rev.  John  (TOKYO), 
D.D.,  Bishop  of  Tokyo;  b.  July  17. 
1852,  at  Pittsfield,  Massachusetts, 
U.S.A.  ;  >/j.  Sept.  16,  1879,  Nellie  A. 


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Cole.  Educ.  :  Trinity  College,' 
Hartford  University,  U.S.A.; 
Griswold  College,  Devonport,  Iowa; 
Nashotah  Seminary,  B.D.,  1879. 
Rector,  St.  John's  Church,  Lock- 
port,  Illinois  ;  received  D.D., 
Nashotah  Seminary,  April,  1893  ; 
received  S.T.P.,  Trinity  College, 
June,  1893  ;  consecrated  Bishop  of 
Tokyo  in  St.  Tli  omas  Church,  New 
York  City,  June  14,  1893.  Publica- 
tions: Reports,  addresses,  theolo- 
gical theses.  Club:  Yokohama 
United.  Address  :  :«  T'suki.ii, 
Tokyo,  Japan. 


McLEAN,  Lachlan  (Ki  AI.A  Li 

B.  A.  Cantab.;  Inspector  of  Schools 
for  Selangor  ;  b.  Jan.  17,  187."). 
Passed  in  Law  and  Cantonese  I 
cadet  in  Federated  Malay  States 
Civil  Service,  1900  ;  acting  2nd 
assistant  Secretary  to  Resident 
General  of  Federated  Malay  States, 
1903  ;  acting  assistant  District 
Officer,  Kuala  Selangor,  1904;  acting 
Revenue  Auditor,  Negri  Sembilan, 
Mar.,  1904  ;  Inspector  of  Schools, 
Selangor,  1905.  Address  :  Kuala 
Lumpur,  Selangor,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

McLEISH,  William  (TIENTSIN),  B.A., 
Lond.  ;  Secretary,  British  Munici- 
pal Council,  Tientsin  ;  b.  Sept.  1, 
1851.  Educ,  :  Royal  Naval  School, 
Greenwich.  Assistant  M  aster, 
Dulwich  College,  S.E.,  1871-86; 
]»rofessor  of  Navigation  and  Nauti- 
cal Astronomy  in  Imperial  Naval 
College,  Tientsin,  1886-1900;  Editor 
of  "  Peking  and  Tientsin  Times," 
1901-3  ;  Secretary,  British  Municipal 
Council,  Tientsin,  since  1903;Trustee 
of  Tientsin  Club  and  Recreation 


Ground  ;  Chairman,  Tientsin  Swim- 
ming Club ;  associated  for  many 
years  with  Municipal  Library, 
Rugby  Football,  Lawn  Tennis  and 
other  Clubs ;  also  with  Tientsin 
Literary  and  Debating  Society. 
Decoration*:  Double  Dragon,  3rd. 
Division,  Class  II.  Pvblicat »'<>/(* . 
"  Diary  of  the  Siege  of  Tientsin." 
Clubs:  Tientsin.  Addi-ens:  Tien- 
tsin, China. 

McPHERSON,  John  Livingstone 
(HONGKONG),  M.A.;  Secretary  of 
tli<-  Y.M.C.A.  ;  b.  Oct.  10,  1875. 
K<li«\  :  Toronto  University,  gra- 
duating in  1901.  Has  continuously 
acted  as  Secretary  of  Y.M.C.A., 
two  years  of  the  Toronto  University 
Association,  two  years  ( Student 
Secretary)  of  the  Provincial  Com- 
mittee of  Ontario  and  Quebec  and 
one  year  in  Hongkong,  Adrift'**: 
Y.M.C.A.,  Hongkong. 

MEADOWS,  Dr.  Joseph  Guy  (Wr- 
CHOW),  Physician  ;  b.  Dec.  19,  1876. 
in.  July  15,  1903.  Educ. :  University 
of  Nashville  and  University  of 
Chicago  ;  literary  and  medical  de- 
grees. Address:  Wuchow,  China. 

MEDHURST,  G.  H.  (HONGKONG),  Mer- 
chant. Manager  of  Dodwell  and 
Co.,  Ltd.  Has  resided  in  Colony 
over  11  years.  Club:  Hongkong 
Address  :  Queen's  Buildings,  Hong- 
kong. 


MEGATA,  Tanetaro  (TOKYO),  Finan- 
cial Adviser  to  Corean  Govern- 
ment ;  b.  at  Tokyo,  1851.  Served 
under  Government  for  25  years ; 
engaged  by  Corean  Government, 
1904.  Address:  Tokyo,  Japan. 
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MEIN-WEN  (AxmvEi),  Literary  Chan- 
cellor ;  Imperial  Clansman  ;  metro- 
politan graduate,  1883.  Expositor, 
Hanliu,  June,  1891 ;  Reader,  Han- 
lin,  Jan.,  1892 ;  Assistant  Super- 
visor of  Instruction,  May,  1895; 
Chief  Supervisor  of  Instruction, 
Nov.,  1896;  Sub-t-hancellpr,  Grand 
Secretariat,  Nov.,  1896  ;  junior 
Vice-President,  Board  of  Cere- 
monies, Nov.,  1900  ;  Literary  Chan- 
cellor, Anhwei,  Spring,  1900. 

MELBOURNE,  Charles  Alexander 
Dick  (HONGKONG),  Barriste"-at- 
L%w,  Police  Magistrate;  b.  Sept. 
22,  1869.  Educ:  Trinity  Hall, 
Cambridge.  1st  Clerk,  Magistracy, 
Hongkong,  May  1,  1900;  J.P.,  May 
30,  1900 ;  Assistant  Superintendent, 
Victoria  Gaol,  Dec.  9, 1903,  to  Dec. 
7,  1904;  Assistant  Land  Officer, 
April  4,  1905,  to  Oct.  17,  1905 ;  Com- 
missioner to  administer  oaths, 
Aug.  17,  1905;  Police  Magistrate, 
Oct.  18,  1905.  Club :  Hongkong. 
Address:  Magistracy,  Hongkong. 

MEMO,  Antonio  Alexandrine 
Gonzaga  De  (MACAO),  Merchant 
and  Commission  Agent ;  b.  1870  ;  m. 
Maria  E.  de  Senna.  Educ.  :  Sta. 
Clara  College,  California,  U.S.A.  Is 
agent  for  leading  shipping  and 
insurance  firms ;  member  of 
Municipal  Chamber,  1905-6.  Club  : 
Macao.  Address :  24,  Praca  de 
Lobo  d'Avila  (Praia  Grande), 
Macao. 

MENCARINI,  Juan  (SHANGHAI),  Chief 
Assistant,  I.M.  Customs  ;  6.  June 
15,  1860;  m.  March  1,  1886.  Educ.  : 
Privately.  Was  for  some  time 
mercantile  clerk  at  Singapore  and 


Manila;  Chancellor  of  Spanish  Con- 
sulate. Hongkong  ;  Assistant,  I.M. 
Customs  since  1881 ;  member  of 
Council  of  China  Branch  Royal 
Asiatic  Society;  member  of  com- 
mittees of  local  Photographic 
Society  and  International  Chess 
Club ;  corresponding  member  Royal 
Geographical  Society  of  Madrid', 
won  gold  medal  Shanghai  Photo- 
graphic Society's  Exhibition,  1905. 
Decorations:  Chevalie-,  E,oyal  Order 
of  Isabela  Catholica  ;  Medal  Merito 
Militar;  Medal  Merito  Naval. 
Publications :  "  Chinese  Emigration 
to  the  Philippines";  "Java"  ^tc. 
Club :  Customs,  Shanghai.  Address  : 
Customs  House,  Shanghai,  China. 
MERKLINGHOUS,  Pet3r  (SHANGHAI), 
LL.D.  ;  German  Assessor,  Mixed 
Court  ;  b.  at  Cassel,  July,  1868. 
Educ.:  Latin  Colleges  at  Cassel, 
Wiesbaden,  and  Coin;  University  at 
Murbu-g  and  Berlin.  Had  four 
years'  service  in  Prussian  Courts  of 
Justice  at  Coin  and  Berlin  ;  student 
interpreter  at  Peking,  1895 ;  acting 
Consul  at  Chefoo,  1902;  German 
Assessor.  Mixed  Court,  Shanghai, 
19J3.  Decorations:  Prussian  Order 
of  the  Crown  with  Swords  ;  German 
China  Medal ;  Legion  d'Honueur  ; 
Italian  Order  of  the  Crown  ;  Order 
of  the  Double  Dragon.  Club*: 
Club  Concordia,  Shanghai; 
Kolonialgesellschaft,  Berlin; 
Deutscher  Flottenvereiu.  A ddress : 
German  Consulate-General,  Shang- 
hai, China. 

MERZ,  Dr.  Constantin  <AMOY),  D.Ph.; 

German  Consul  at  Amoy  ;  b.  Mny. 
*     1859;  m.  Maria  Finis.  Educ. :  Royal 

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Greif.swald  Universities.  Acting 
German  Consul  at  Amoy,  1888-89  ; 
Vice-Consul  at  Anping,  Taiwaufu, 
1890-95  ;  Consul  at  Tamsni,  1895; 
Consul  at  Amoy,  since  1898.  Ad- 
dress :  German  Consulate,  Amoy 
China, 

MESNY,  William  or  Wen-kao  (SHANG- 
HAI), F.R.G.S.,  Brevet  Lieutenant- 
General,  Chinese  Army ;  b.  Jersey, 
Ch.  Is.,  Oct.  9, 1842  ;  e.  s.  of  William 
Mesny,  of  Alderney,  Ch.  Is.,  and 
Marie  Rachele,  2nd  (L  of  Phillip 
Nicole  du  Nord,  Jersey.  Educ.  : 
National  School,  St.  Ann's,  Al- 
tlerney.  Entered  on  seafaring  life, 
1854  ;  arrived  in  China,  1860 ;  lived 
in  Hongkong  1861 ;  blockade  run- 
ning on  Yangtsze,  1862 ;  captured 
"by  Taipiugs  at  Fushan-chen,  Nov., 
1862  ;  released  from  captivity  at 
Nauning  and  joined  I.  M.  Customs 
at  Hankow,  1863  ;  established  Hu- 
peh  Iron  and  Brass  works,  Han- 
kow, 1864 ;  volunteered  for  service 
and  went  to  Szechwan  and  Kuei- 
chou,  1868  ;  served  in  Shantung  as 
advisor  to  Governor  Ting  Pao- 
chen,  1875  ;  offered  pest  of  Secre- 
tary to  Chinese  Legation;  served 
as  Superintendent  of  Arsenals  in 
Kueichau,  1876 ;  travelled  through 
Szechwan,  Tibet,  Yunnan,  and 
Burma  to  India  and  Europe,  1877  ; 
returned  as  travelling  companion 
to  H.  E.  Tsiu,  1st  Chinese  Minister 
to  Berlin,  1878  ;  ancestors  pos- 
thumously canonised  three  genera- 
tions, San  Tai  Kao  Feng,  1880; 
volunteered  for  service  in  Hsin- 
Tdang  and  went  to  Turkestan ; 
overland  from  Canton  to  Hanoi, 
1380  ;  was  offered  but  declined 


appointment  as  special  attache  to 
H.B.M.  Legation,  Peking,  1881  ; 
volunteered  for  sei-vice  and  went  to 
Yunnan,  via  Hsian  and  Chengtu, 
1883 ;  volunteered  for  service  and 
went  to  Foochow,  1884  ;  appointed 
Superintendent  of  both  arsenals  afc 
Canton,  1885  ;  promoted  Brevet- 
Lieut. -General  1886;  went  to  north 
Anhwei  on  famine  relief  twice,  in 
1889-90  ;  volunteered  for  service  and 
went  to  Shanhaikwari,  1894;  com- 
menced publication  of  Mesny 's 
Chinese  Miscellany,  1895 ;  volun- 
teered for  service  at  Peking,  1900 ; 
resumed  publication  of  Mesny's 
Miscellany,  Vol.  4,  1905.  Decora- 
tions :  "  Hua-ling  "  Plume  and 
rank  of  Colonel;  Knight  Ying  of 
the  Pa-tu-lu  ;  recommended  by 
Marquis  Tso-tang  for  4th  deg.  of 
Civil  rank.  Address  :  22,  Ward 
Road,  Shanghai,  China. 

MESSER,  Charles  Mcllvanie  (HONG- 
KONG ),  B.A.,  Cantab.  ;  Assistant 
Land  Officer;  &.  Oct.  11,  1874. 
Educ. :  Blundel's  School,  Blunders 
Scholar,  Balliol  College,  Oxford. 
Arrived  in  Colony,  1897 ;  acting 
assistant  Colonial  Secretary  and 
Clerk  of  Councils,  1898 ;  appointed 
Police  Magistrate  and  Justice  of 
the  Peace  for  New  Territories, 
1899;  appointed  Chairman,  Widows 
and  Orphans'  Fund,  1901,  and 
member,  Governing  Body  of 
Queen's  College,  1902  ;  acting 
Colonial  Treasurer  and  Member  of 
Executive  and  Legislative  Councils, 
1902.  Club:  Hongkong.  Address: 
Colonial  Secretary's  Office,  Hong- 
kong. 

MEUSER:  Otto  (SHANGHAI),  Merchant. 


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head  of  Bohcle  and  Co. ;  member  of 
Municipal  Council.  Address :  3 
biking  Road,  Shanghai,  China. 

MEYER,  Vilbelm  (SHANGHAI),  Vice 
Consul  for  Denmark.  Address:  2 
Siking  Road,  Shanghai,  China. 

MICHAEL,  Joseph  R.  (HONGKONG), 
J.P.,  General  Broker  and  Commis- 
sion Agent;  6.  Oct.  10,  1860.  Has 
lived  32  years  in  China ;  official  time 
keeper,  Jockey  Club ;  one  of  first 
who  travelled  by  new  railway  from 
Hankow  to  Peking,  before  Yellow 
River  Bridge  was  completed  ;  takes 
keen  interest  in  local  companies 
and  commercial  enterprises;  ad- 
vocate of  stable  currency  for  Hong- 
kong irrespective  of  China.  Recrea- 
tions ;  Gardening,  swimming  and 
racing.  Clubs :  Grosvenor ;  Picca- 
dilly ;  Shanghai  ;  Hongkong 
Jockey  and  Cricket.  Address:  4, 
Century  Crescent,  Hongkong. 

MICHEL,  Gabriel  Auguste  (HANOI), 
Avocat  General  ;b.  Sept.  27,  1862; 
Arrived  Indo-China,  April  25,  1883  ; 
Avocat  General,  Sept,  5,  1898. 
Decorations  :  Officier  de  1'Instruc- 
tion  Publique.  Address:  Hanoi, 
Tonkin,  Iiido-China. 

MICHELL,  Walter  Cecil  (SINGAPORE), 
B.A.  ;  Magistrate  ;  b.  Aug.  9,  1864  ; 
»«.  o.  d.  of  William  Levinge,  of 
Carnagh,  near  Athlone,  Ireland. 
Educ.:  Godolphin  School  and 
Merton  College,  Oxford;  B.A.  (1887). 
Cadet,  Straits  Settlements,  Oct., 
1887  ;  acting  Collector  and  Magis- 
trate, Ulu  Pahang,  1888;  passed 
Malay  final,  Sept.,  1889;  District 
Officer,  Balik  Pulau,  Oct.,  1891  ; 
acting  District  Officer,  Diudings, 


June,  1895 ;  also  Deputy  Registrar 
of  Supreme  Court,  Penang,  Oct., 
1896 ;  2nd  Magistrate,  Singapore, 
May,  1897;  acting  2nd  assistant 
Colonial  Secretary,  Straits  Settle- 
ments, Aug.,  1897  ;  also  Collector  of 
Land  Revenue,  Singapore,  Sept., 
1897 ;  acting  Senior  District  Officer, 
Province  Wellesley,  Dec.,  1898,  to 
Dec.,  1899  ;  Official  Assignee  Straits 
Settlements,  Dec.,  1901 ;  acting 
Commissioner,  Court  of  Requests, 
Singapore,  Jan.,  1902;  acting  1st 
Magistrate,  Singapore,  Aug.,  1903; 
Commissioner,  Court  of  Requests, 
Singapore,  Sept.,  1903,  but  con- 
tinued to  act  as  1st  Magistrate. 
Club :  Sports,  London.  Address: 
"  Stanmore,"  Singapore,  Straits 
Settlements;  Carnagh,  Near 
Athlone,  Ireland. 

MIDDLETON,  Henry  Maxton  (Tvi- 
PING),  A.R.S.M.,  A.I.M.M. ;  In- 
spector of  Mines  for  Perak;  b. 
Dec.  11,  1876.  Served  with  Im- 
perial Yeomanry  in  South  Africa, 
1900-01;  appointed  to  present  post  f 
1902.  Address:  Taiping,  Perak, 
Federated  Malay  States. 

MIDDLETON,  Osborne  (SHANGHAI), 
Manager,  China  Merchants  S.  N. 
Co. ;  b.  June  18,  1847 ;  only  surviving 
*.  of  Rev.  Frederic  Middleton,  of 
Edinburgh  ;  m,  1878,  Salome 
Elizabeth  Moxham.  Educ.:  Mur- 
ray's Grammar  School,  Wimbledon. 
Arrived  in  China,  1865  ;  joined  Im- 
perial Chinese  Customs  ;  left  in  1880 
and  joined  S.  C.  Farnham  and  Co. 
as  Manager  of  Old  Ningpo  Wharf ; 
remained  with  that  firm  until  ISS-X 
when  property  was  purchased  by 
Jardine,  Matheson  and  Co.;  was 


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engaged  by  Russell  and  Co.  to 
manage  their  wharves  in  1884,  and 
on  sale  of  their  property  to  China 
Merchants  S.  N.  Co.  was  engaged 
by  latter  to  superintend  their 
property  and  open  up  their  wharves; 
during  Boxer  troubles  in  1900  all 
tin's  Co's  property  at  Tientsin  v.-as 
confiscated  by  allies ;  was  or- 
dered by  Viceroy  Liu  Ku  Yi  and 
Sheng  Taotai  to  proceed  north  to 
protect  property;  arranged  with 
G.O.C.  that  property  would  be 
handed  back,  on  conditions,  upon 
giving  up  220,000  bags  of  tribute 
rice,  piculs  286,600.  Clubs  :  Shang- 
hai ;  Shanghai  Race.  Address  : 
"  May  Villa,"  Kungping  Road, 
Shanghai,  China. 

MIDDLETON,  Dr.  W.  R.  C.  (SINGA- 
PORE), M.A.,  M.B.,  C.M.,  D.P.H.; 

Doctor  of  Medicine.  Arrived  in 
Singapore,  1890;  subsequently 
succeeded  Dr.  Dumbleton  as  Me- 
dical Officer  of  Health  for 
municipality  of  Singapore;  acted 
as  Chairman  of  Municipal  Commis- 
sion ;  authority  on  subject  of 
municipal  health ;  has  been  Vice- 
President,  Malaya  Branch,  British 
medical  Associations ;  Surgeon 
major  in  Volunteers.  Address: 
Municipal  Office,  Singapore,  Straits 
Settlements. 

MIHAKA,  Andrew  ShigekicM  (HONG- 
KONG), Manager  Hongkong  branch, 
Nippon  Yusen  Kaisha.  Educ. : 
America  and  Japan ;  has  acted  as 
representative  of  the  Nippon  Yusen 
Kaisha  at  Kobe  and  Shanghai  and 
has  been  Manager  locally  for 
about  nine  years.  Address :  Prince's 
Buildings,  Chater  Road,  Hongkong. 


MILLER,  Merton  L.  (MANILA),  A.B., 
Ph.D.;  Chief  of  Division  of  Ethno- 
logy; b.  Oct.  4,  1868,  at  Benton, 
Maine.  Educ.  .-ColbyCollege, 
Wateville,  Maine;  Chicago  Uni- 
versity. Instructor  in  Anthropology, 
Chicago  University,  Chicago,  II!., 
1898-1902,  Superintendent  of 
Double  Star  Mining  and  Milling  Co., 
Boulders,  Colorado,  1903;  Ethno- 
logist, Bureau  of  non  -  Christian 
Tribes  for  Philippine  Islands,  1904- 
05  ;  Chief  of  Division  of  Ethnology, 
Bureau  of  Education,  since  1905. 
Club.  University,  Manila.  Publica- 
tion: "Preliminary  Study  the 
Pueblo  of  Tros,  New  Mexico."  Ad- 
dress :  Manila,  Philippine  Islands. 

MILLS,  Charles  Beresford  (KUALJT 
LUMPUR),  Federated  Malay  States 
Civil  Service;  b.  Nov.  9,  1871. 
Auditing  in  Pahang,  and  acting 
Treasurer,  Superintendent  of  Posts 
and  Telegraphs,  Pehang,  1892-1902; 
Revenue  Auditor,  Pahang,  and 
acting  Revenue  Auditor,  Negri  Sem- 
bilan,  1903 ;  acting  Revenue  Audi- 
tor, Selangor,  1904.  Address:  Kuala 
Lumpur,  Selangor,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

MILLS,  Frank  (KUALA  LUMPUR), 
M.I.M.E.,  A.M.I.C.E.,  F.R.G.S., 
F.R.Z.S. ;  District  Engineer,  F.M.S. 
Railways;  b.  April  30,  1872.  En- 
tered service  as  assistant  Engineer, 
Larut  and  Krian  Railway,  1897; 
District  Railway  Engineer,  Larut 
and  Krian,  Perak,  1901 ;  assistant 
Engineer,  Federated  Malay  States 
Railways,  1903;  District  Engineer, 
since  1904.  Address  :  Kuala  Lura- 
pnr,  Selangor,  Federated  Malay 
States. 
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MILLS,  John  Frederick  ( P  E  R  A  K  ) , 
Harbour  Master ;  I.  May  27,  1855. 
Entered  Royal  Navy,  1869;  Sub- 
Lieutenant,  1875  ;  Lieutenant,  1879 ; 
retired,  1891 ;  Harbour  Master, 
Telok  Anson,  1892;  Commander, 
1895 ;  acting  District  Magistrate 
and  Harbour  Master  at  Matang 
and  for  Lower  Perak  1896  ;  Harbour 
Master,  Perak,  1902.  Address: 
Perak,  Federated  Malay  States. 

MILNE,  Dr.  William  Stuart  (SER- 
EMBAN),  M.B.,  B.Sc.;  Acting  District 
Surgeon,  Negri  Sembilan  ;  b.  June 
29,  1876.  Appointed  Second  Europe- 
an Assistant  Institute  for  Medical 
Research,  Federated  Malay  States, 
1902  ;  appointed  present  post,  1903. 
Address:  Seremban,  Negri  Sembi- 
lan, Federated  Malay  States. 

MINAMI,  Shingo  (HONGKONG),  Mana- 
ger local  branch  of  Mitsui  Bussan 
Kaisha;  b.  Japan,  Nov.,  1873.  Educ.: 
Law  College,  Imperial  University, 
Tokyo.  Manager,  M.B.K.,  Kuchi- 
notzu,  1899-1901 ;  Tientsin,  1901-1904; 
arrived  at  Hongkong,  1904.  Ad- 
dress: "S  amen  ing,"  Macdonell 
Road,  Hongkong. 

MITSUI,  Baron  Hachiroemon 
(TOKYO),  Merchant  and  banker. 
Partner  in  Mitsui  Bank  and  inte- 
rested in  number  of  industrial  and 
other  companies ;  created  Baron 
1900,  in  recognition  of  public  ser- 
vices. Address :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

MINOURA,  Katsundo  (TOKYO),  Vice- 
president  House  of  Representa- 
tives ;  b.  Feb.,  1854,  at  B  u  n  g  o. 
Elected  to  House  in  1890 ;  Director 
of  Commercial  Bureau  of  Agricul- 
ture and  Commercial  Office,  1897 ; 


Vice-Minister  of    communications, 
1898.    Address:  Tokyo,  Japan. 

MISU,  Vice-Admiral  Sctaro  (TOKYO), 
b.  at  Hikone,  1854.  Sewed  as  Cap- 
tain in  Chino-Japanese  War;  Rear- 
Admiral,  1901 ;  Commander  of  2nd. 
Squadron  under  Vice  -  Admiral 
Kamimura  at  commencement  of 
Russo-Japanese  War;  Vice  -  Ad- 
miral, 1905,  and  appointed  Com- 
mander under  Admiral  Togo  ;  was 
wounded  in  the  Battle  of  Tsushima 
Straits.  Address :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

MITA,  Kozi  (YOKOHAMA),  Superintend- 
ing Judge  of  Ku  Saibansho ;  b. 
May  4,  1865,  at  Mochida,  Oshi- 
machi,  Saitama-ken,  near  Tokyo, 
e.  s.  of  late  Seitaro  Mita ;  in. 
Shiori,  d.  of  late  Norikazu  \Vaka- 
yama,  Councillor  of  Cabinet  and 
Chief  Secretary  of  Agricultuie  and 
Commercial  Department.  Educ.  : 
Waseda  University.  Passed  official 
examinations  for  Judges  and  Public 
Procurators  in  1888  ;  after  presiding 
as  Chief  Justice  of  Civil  and 
Criminal  Division,  etc.,  was  ap- 
pointed Superintending  Judge  of 
the  Ku  Saibansho.  Recreations  : 
Shooting  ;  opera  (classical) ;  Col- 
lecting antiquities  and  objets  d'art. 
Address:  Nishitobe-cho,  Yokohama, 
Japan. 

MITCHELL,  E.  W.  (HONGKONG),  Wine 
and  Spirit  Merchant  ;  b.,  1855. 
Educ.  :  Uppingham.  Came  to 
China  in  spring  1878.  Recreations  : 
Amateur  theatricals,  one  of  fore- 
most supporters  of  A.D.C. ;  cricket. 
Clubs :  Hongkong;  Thatched  House, 
Lond.  Address:  1  Seymour  Terrace, 
Hongkong. 


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MITSUHASHI,  Nobuyuki  ( TOKYO), 
Japanese  Minister  at  the  Hague;  b. 
1856.  Entered  the  Foreign  Office, 
1879  ;  transferred  to  Kanagawa 
Prefecture,  1871 ;  Councillor  and 
Secretary  of  Foreign  Office,  1899; 
Minister  Resident  at  the  Hague, 
1900.  Address  :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

MITSUKURI,  G.  (TOKYO),  Professor  of 
Imperial  University,  Tokyo.  Educ. : 
in  Germany.  Address:  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

MITSUKURI,  K.  (TOKYO),  Professor 
Imperial  University,  Tokyo. 
Educ^:  Yale  and  Cambridge.  Has 
been  connected  with  Imperial  Uni- 
versity, Tokyo,  since  1885.  Address  : 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

MIURA,  Viscount  Goro  (TOKYO),  I. 
Nov.,  1846,  at  Choshu.  Took  part 
Civil  War  of  1877;  Lieut-C4eneral, 
1879 ;  later  Commander  Tokyo 
Army  Division ;  retired  from 
military  service,  1898 ;  was  wrong- 
fully arrested  at  Seoul,  1895,  on 
«harge  of  complicity  in  assassina- 
tion of  Queen  of  Corea.  Address: 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

MIURA,  YasusM  (TOKYO),  Member  of 
House  of  Peers ;  b.  Aug.,  1828,  in 
Ehhne-Ken.  Governor  of  Tokyo, 
1893-1894.  Address :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

MIWADA,  Masako  (TOKYO),  Lady 
Educationalist;  b.  Jan.,  1844,  at 
Kyoto.  Has  devoted  herself  to 
work  of  education  since  1878  ;  has 
greatly  assisted  in  furtherance  of 
education  in  Japan.  Address: 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

MIYABE,  Kingo  (SAPPORO),  D.Sc.;  Pro- 
fessor of  the  Sapporo  Agricultural 


College ;  b.  1859  in  Tokyo.  Educ. : 
Sapporo  Agricultural  College  ;  is  a 
specialist  in  Botany.  Address: 
Sapporo,  Japan. i 

MIYAKE,  Dr.  Shu  (TOKYO),  Member 
of  the  House  of  Peers;  b.  Feb., 
1843,  at  Kyoto.  Dean  of  the  Medical 
College  of  the  Imperial  University, 
Tokyo.  Address  :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

MIYAKE,  Yujiro  (.TOKYO),  Author 
and  Journalist ;  b.  May,  1860,  at 
Kanazawa.  Educ.  :  Tokyo  Uni- 
versity. Travelled  in  South  Seas 
and  iour.d  the  woild.  Publication 
Several  Philosophical  and  Literary 
woik>i.  Address:  Tokyo,  Japan. 

MIYOSHI,  Taizo  (TOKYO),  Solicitor; 
.  Member  of  the  House  of  Peers ;  b. 
May,  1845.  Resigned  as  Vice- 
Minister  of  Justice,  and  President 
of  the  Court  of  Cassation,  1897. 
Address:  Tokyo,  Japan. 

M'KIE,  James  (SHANGHAI),  Merchant. 
Connected  with  Jardine.  Matheson 
and  Co.  both  in  Hongkong  and 
Shanghai ;  President  St.  Andrew's 
Society,  Shanghai.  Address:  The 
Bund,  Shanghai. 

M'MATEER,  Rev.  Calvin  (WEIHSIEN), 
D.D.,  LL.D.  ;  Minister  and  Mis- 
sionary ;  b.  Jan.  9,  1886 ;  m.  Dec.  23, 
1862,  Julia  Brown;  Sept.  25,  1900, 
Ada  Haven.  Educ.  :  Jefferson 
College  ;  Western  Theological  Semi- 
nary. Landed  in  China,  Dec.  13, 
1863 ;  founded  the  Tengchun  College 
and  was  President  for  28  years ; 
the  college  was  removed  to  Wei- 
hsien  in  1904,  and  is  now  known 
as  the  Shangtung  Union  College 
Chairman  of  company  of  revisers 


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for  preparation  of  revised  trans- 
lation of  the  Bible  in  Mandarin. 
Publications:  Complete  Practical 
Arithmetic,  Algebra,  Geometry  ; 
"  A  Course  of  Mandarin  Lessons  "  ; 
"  Primary  Mandarin  Course  "  ; 
"Analysis  of  Chinese  Character"; 
"  Essay  on  the  Meaning  of  the 
Word  Shen  (f$);  "Review  of 
Methods  of  Missionary  Work."  Ad- 
dre.ss  :  Weihsien,  Shantung, 
China. 

MOBSBY,  George  (Shanghai),  C.M.G. 
(1903),  F.S.A. ;  Senior  Pilot  on  the 
Yaugtsze  River;  b.  July  31,  1847, 
Barking  Side,  Essex,  s.  of  James 
Mobsby  ;  m.  1882,  Emily,  d.  of  James 
Burtenshara  of  Epsom.  Ediic.  : 
North  Surrey  School,  N  o  r  w  o  o  d. 
Apprenticed  to  the  Mercantile 
Marine,  1863 ;  wrecked  in  the  brig 
41  Valeria,"  in  Sea  of  Marmora,  1864 ; 
wrecked  in  the  ship  "  Meridian,"  in 
the  Atlantic,  1865 ;  was  in  store  ship 
s.s.  "Lybia,"  Abyssinian  Expedition, 
1867  ;  wrecked  in  the  s.s.  "  Sylvia," 
off  Gibraltar,  1868 ;  joined  Yangtsze 
River  Service,  1869;  became  Ad- 
miralty pilot  under  Admiral  Sir  G. 
O.  Willes,  K.C.B.,  18S2 ;  served 
continuously  and  been  present 
under  all  circumstances  since,  when 
H.M.  ships  have  been  required  to 
quell  riots  and  protect  life  and  pro- 
perty on  the  River  Yaugtsze,  not- 
ably in  1930  under  Admiral  Sir 
Elward  Seyni3ur,  G.C.B.,  (China 
medal);  piloted  H.M.S.  Glory  to 
Hankow,  1903  (congratulations  of 
Admiral  Sir  Cyprian  A.  G.  Bridge, 
K.C.B.,  and  the  Admiralty);  sur- 
veyed the  Yaugtsze  River  from 
Woosung  to  Hankow,  1877-1880,  the 


work  commended  by  Hydrographer 
and  published  by  the  Admiralty. 
Decorations:  For  valuable  services 
to  the  Royal  Navy.  Publications: 
Various  papers  on  Yangtsze  Valley 
and  Steam  Traffic  and  Trade  on 
Upper  Yaugtsze.  Address:  Shang- 
hai, China;  Highdene,  Elwyne 
Avenue,  Exmouth,  Devonshire. 

MOFFETT,  Rev.  Lacy  Irvine  (Soo- 
CHOW).  A.B.,  B.D. ;  Minister  and 
Missionary;  b.  Feb.  10,  1878,  at 
Augusta  Co.,  Virginia,  U.S.A. ;  MI. 
Nov.  17,  1904;  Kate  Hall,  d.  of 
John  E.  Rodd.  New  Orleans, 
U.S.A.  Editc. :  Wentworth  Military 
Academy,  Lexington,  Mo. ;  West- 
minster College,  Fulton  Mo.  ; 
Central  University,  Richmond  ; 
Presbyterian  Theological  Seminary, 
Louisville ;  Union  Theological 
Seminary,  Richmond ;  Student  Sec- 
retary, Kentucky,  Y.M.C.A.,  1898- 
1900;  Secretary,  Forward  Movement 
for  Foreign  Missions  (Presbyterian) 
1902-04;  Evangelist,  Soochow.China. 
Address  :  Elizabeth  Blake  Hospital, 
Soochow,  China. 

MOFFETT,  Rev.  Samuel  A.  (PVEXG 
YANG),  A.M.,  D.D.;  Missionary  of 
Presbyterian  Church  in  U.S.A. ;  b. 
Jan.  25,  1864 ;  m.  1899,  to  M.  Alice 
Fish,  M.D.  Edue.  :  Hanover  Col- 
lege, Indiana,  1884;  McCormick 
Theological  Seminary,  Chicago, 
1888.  Missionary,  Seoul,  Corea, 
1890-93 ;  at  Pyeng  Yang  since,  1893. 
Publications:  Tracts  and  Text 
Books  in  Corean.  Address :  Pyeng 
Yang,  Corea. 

MOIDEEY,    Father    Joseph   de 

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Astronomical  Observer ;  b.  at  Metz, 
Lorraine,  Dec.  3,  1858.  Educ.  : 
Metz  College ;  Le  Mans  College  ; 
Angiers  University.  Took  charge 
of  magnetic  department  of  Sicawei 
Observatory  in  1898.  Publications: 
"  Calendrier-annuaire  cle  1'Obser- 
vatoire  de  /ikawei,"  1903-4-5-6; 
"  Notes  on  the  Climate  of  Shang- 
hai " ; "  Reduction  des  Observations 
de  Temperature  a  Zikawei,"  1873- 
1903.  Address:  Sicawei  Observatory, 
Shanghai,  China. 

MOK,  MAN  CHEUNG  (HONGKONG), 
Commission  Agent,  Translator  of 
legal  documents  and  Arbitrator  ;  b. 
Dec.  4,  1865.  Educ. :  Government 
Central  School  (now  Queen's 
College);  Hongkong.  Monitor  in 
Government  Central  School,  1884; 
Pupil  Teacher,  1885  ;  assistant 
teacher,  1888-92  ;  Translator  in 
Registrar  General's  Office,  Hong- 
kong, 1893-94  ;  Translator  for 
Supreme  Court  of  Hongkong, 
1895-1900  ;  assistant  Compradore 
in  Butterfield  and  Swire's  service, 
1901.  Publications  :  "  Tali  Tsz 
English  and  Chinese  Dictionary" ; 
"English  made  Easy."  AMress  : 
'267,  Queen's  Road  Central,  Hong- 
kong. 

MOLLER.  John  Arthur  (SHANGHAI), 
Mechanical  Engineer,  Ship-owner, 
Agent  and  Broker,  General 
Merchant ;  b.  Feb.  24, 1878.  Educ.  : 
Shanghai.  Address  :  M oiler  Bros., 
Shanghai,  China. 

MONDAY,  Albert  G  e  o  r  g  e  ( K  u  A  L  A 
LUMPUR),  A.R.S.M.,  A.I.M.M.;  In- 
spector of  Mines  at  Kuala  Lumpur 
and  Ulu  Langat ;  b.  Jan.  1,  1878. 


Appointed  Inspector  of  Mines, 
Sereirdah  and  Rawang,  1902;  ap- 
pointed to  present  post,  1904.  Ad- 
it rets:  Kuala  Lumpur,  Selangor, 
Federated  Malay  States. 

MONRO,  Commander  Charles  E. 
(HONGKONG),  R.N. ;  in  command  of 
H.M.S.  surveying  vessel  "  Ram- 
bler." Promoted  to  pi-esent  rank, 
June  30,  1901;  appointed  to  com- 
mand, Dec.  1,  1903.  Club:  Hong- 
kong. Address  :  H.M.S.  "  Ram- 
bler," Hongkong. 

MONTENEGRO,  Martinho  Pinto  de 
Queiroz  (MACAO),  Governor  of 
Macao ;  Post  Captain  of  Portuguese 
Army  ;  b.  March  2,  1864 ;  in.  August 
13,  1892.  Educ.:  Lisbon.  Took 
over  seals  of  office  at  Macao,  April 
5,  1904.  Decoration:  Knight  Com- 
mander of  Order  of  Aviz  (Portugal). 
Clvb :  Military  and  Naval.  Ad- 
dress :  Palace  of  the  Governor, 
Macao. 

MONTGOMERY,   Dr.    J.    Howard 

(CHANGPOO),  M.B.,  Ch.B.,  Edin; 
Medical  Missionary;  b.  June  21, 
1878,  3rd  s.  of  Rev.  H.  Montgomery, 
M.A.,  of  Belfast,  Ireland  ;  m.  Nov. 
24, 1905,  Ida  R.  Latimer,  d.  of  late 
Rev.  J.  Latimer,  M.A.,  of  Grooms- 
port,  Ireland.  Educ. :  Campbell 
College  and  Queen's  College,  Bel- 
fast ;  Edinburgh  University ; 
graduated  in  1902  and  in  final  year 
was  1st  in  Midwifery  and  Medicine, 
and  gained  a  prize  in  Surgery  ;  as- 
sisted Dr.  E.  J.  W.  Carruthers,  M.D., 
of  Cheshire,  for  two  years;  ap- 
pointed in  1905  to  undertake 
medical  missionary  work  in  China ; 
Member  British  Medical  Associa- 


Moo 


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tion.  Publications:  Various  run- 
tributions  to  "  British  Medical 
Journal."  Recreations :  Lacros.se 
(Irish  International) ;  Lawn  Tennis ; 
Gymnastics  (won  open  competition, 
Belfast,  1894-95.)  Club:  University 
Union,  Edin.  Address  :  Changpoo, 
via  Amoy,  China. 

MOON,  Dr.  Joseph  Agnew  (YOKO- 
HAMA), Fleet  Surgeon,  Royal 
Navy;  b.  1864;  m.  1902,  Ada,  2nd 
ff.  J.  Simmons,  of  Dungannon,  Co. 
Tyrone,  and  Kingstown,  Co. Dublin. 
Educ, :  Royal  School,  Dungannon. 
Entered  R.N.  as  Surgeon,  1887 ; 
Staff  Surgeon,  1899  ;  Fleet  Surgeon, 
1903;  Surgeon  on  board  H.M.S. 
Victoria  on  June  22,  1893,  when 
that  vessel  was  rammed  by  H.M.S. 
Camperdown,  with  the  result  that 
Admiral  Sir  G.  Tryon,  K.C.B.  and 
390  officers  and  men  were  lost ; 
Staff'  Surgeon  of  H.M.S.  Arethusa 
during  Boxer  outbreak,  1900. 
Recreations :  All  out-door  sports, 
and  racquets ;  captained  Mediter- 
ranean Fleet  Cricket  Team,  1889- 
1892 ;  1894-97  ;  1901-02.  Decora t ion s  : 
China  Medal,  1900;  Imperial 
Japanese  Red  Cross,  hon.  Member, 
2nd  class.  Club  :  Royal  Naval, 
Portsmouth  ;  Cocoa  Tree,  St.  James 
St.,  Lond.  Address:  Royal  Naval 
Hospital,  Yokohama,  Japan. 

MOOR,  Gilbert  Henry  Royston 
(  BANGKOK  ),  1st  class  Assistant, 
H.B.M.  Consular  Service.  Appoint- 
ed Student  Interpreter  in  Siam, 
June  3,  1896 ;  acting  Consul  at 
Chiengmai,  1903;  1st  class  Assistant 
1904.  Address:  H.B.M.  Consulate, 
Bangkok,  Siam. 


MOORE,  Vice-Admiral  Sir  Arthur 
William  ( H  o  x  G  K  o  N  G  ) ,  K.C.B., 
K.C.V.O.,  C.B.,  C.M.G.;  Comman- 
der in  Chief,  China  Station;  h.  July 
30,  1847.  Entered  navy,  1860  ;  Cap- 
tain, 1884 ;  served  Egyptian  War, 
1882 ;  one  of  Representatives  of 
England  at  Anti-Slavery  Congress, 
Brussels,  1889  ;  member  of  Austra- 
lian Defence  Committee,  1890-1891 ; 
a  Lord  Commissioner  of  the  Ad- 
miralty, 1898-1901 ;  Commander-in- 
Chief,  Cape  of  Good  Hope  and 
West  Coast  of  Africa  Station,  1901- 
1904 ;  after  that,  Second  in  Com- 
mand Channel  Fleet ;  Commander 
in  Chief,  China  Station,  1906.  Cluls : 
United  Service  ;  Travellers' ;  Hong- 
kong. Address  :  Flagship,  Hong- 
kong. 

MOORE,  Captain  Charles  H.  H. 
(HONGKONG),  R.N.  ;  Captain  of 
H.M.  second  class  cruiser  "  Sirius." 
Promoted  to  present  rank,  Dec.  31, 
1900 ;  appointed  to  command,  1906. 
Club:  Hongkong.  Address:  H.M.S, 
"  Sirius,"  Hongkong. 

MOORE,  Dr.  William  Brownlow 
Ashe  (HONGKONG),  L.R.C.S.,  Dub.; 
Assistant  Surgeon,  Civil  Medical 
Department,  Hongkong  ;  b.  Aug.  8, 
1879.  Educ. :  Drogheda  Grammar 
School  and  High  School,  Dublin. 
House  Surgeon,  Meath  Hospital 
and  Co.  Dublin  Infirmary,  1903; 
Ship's  Surgeon,  Indo-China  S.  N. 
Co.,  1904;  Assistant  Medical  Officer 
of  Health,  Hongkong,  March  to 
Sept.,  1905;  Assistant  Surgeon, 
Civil  Medical  Department  since 
Sept.,  1905.  Club  :  Hongkong.  Ad- 
dress :  Civil  Medical  Department. 
Hongkong.  . 


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MORE,  Dr.  Francis  Watson  (SINGA- 
PORE), M.D.,  B.Sc.,  O.M.;  m.  1905. 
Editc. :  Edinburgh  University.  Ad- 
dress :  3,  Raffles  Place,  Singapore, 
Straits  Settlements. 

MORGAN,  Evan  (TUYIHNFU),  Mis- 
sionary; b.  Oct.  1,  1860;  m.  1886, 
Marion  Lindsay,  d.  of  R.  AVesdon, 
Bristol  and  n.  of  late  Henry  AA'inter- 
botham,  M.P.,  Under- Secretary  of 
State  for  Home  Affairs.  Educ.  : 
University  College,  Bristol;  London 
University.  Arrived  in  China,  1884, 
at  time  of  Franco-Chinese  AVar; 
has  spent  six  years  in  Sianfu, 
Shensi,  and  was  there  during  Boxer 
trouble,  and  was  frequently  in 
danger  from  excited  mobs ;  left 
Sianfu  under  escort  provided  by 
H.E.  Tuan  Fang  about  a  month 
after  Taiyuanf u  Massacres,  of  which 
sent  first  telegraphic  news  to  coast; 
with  exception  of  furlough  and 
period  spent  in  Shensi  has  lived 
throughout  in  Shansi ;  engaged  in 
evangelical,  educational  and  tran- 
slating work.  Publication :  Trans- 
lations into  Chinese  of  books  on 
science,  etc;  articles  in  "North 
China  Daily  News."  Address :  Tai- 
yuanfu,  via  Peking,  North  China. 

MORGAN,     Dr.    Lorenzo    Seymour 

(TSINGKIANGPU),  b.  Aug.  15,  1875. 
Educ. :  Knox  College,  Galesburg, 
Illinois,  U.S.A.;  Johns  Hopkins 
Medical  School*  Baltimore,  Mary- 
land, U.S.A.  Address  :  Southern 
Presbyterian  Mission,  Tsingkiang- 
pu,  via  Chinkiang,  China. 

MORGAN,  Richard  Henry  (PENANG), 
Surveyor.  Sub.-Assistant  Surveyor, 
Ceylon,  March  1,  1875;  assistant 


Surveyor,  Jan.  1,  1877,  to  Dec.  31r 
1880;  assistant  Surveyor,  Singa- 
pore, Jan.  1,  1881 ;  transferred  to- 
Penang,  Jan.  1,  1885;  Senior  Sur- 
veyor, Penang,  July  30,  1902.  Ad- 
dress :  Penang,  Straits  Settlements. 

MORI,  Benjiro  (HONGKONG),  Assistant 
Manager;Hongkoug  branch,  Nippon 
Yusen  Kaisha ;  b.  1868.  Educ.  r 
Tokyo,  Japan.  Was  for  some  time 
on  staff  of  "  Japan  Times,"  the  only 
daily  paper  printed  in  English 
which  is  published  at  Tokyo  ;  after- 
wards joined  N.Y.K.,  Tokyo  branch; 
has  occupied  present  position  seven 
years.  Address:  Prince's  Buildings,. 
Chater  Road,  Hongkong. 

MORI,  Dr.  Rintaro  (TOKYO),  Surgeon- 
General  ;  b.  in  1860.  Educ. :  Ger- 
many. AVas.  Surgeon -General  of 
the  Tokyo  Division  in  Manchuria. 
Publications  :  Translations  of 
several  German  classics.  Addrcsn:- 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

MORIMURA,  Ichizaemon  (  TOKYO  )r 
Merchant  and  Banker  ;  b.  Oct.,  1839,. 
at  Tokyo.  Exporter  and  importer  'r 
controls  the  Morimura  Bank,  and 
is  Director  of  Bank  of  Japan.  Ad- 
dress :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

MORPHY,  Edward  Alexander  (SINGA- 
PORE), Editor  "  Straits  Times  "  ;  b, 
Feb.  9,  1867 ;  at  Killarney,  3rd  s, 
of  late  Alex.  M  o  r  p  h  y  ,  Crown 
Solicitor  for  Clare  and  Kelly; 
m.  1896,  Anne,  d.  of  J.  Lloyd,  of 
Singapore.  Educ. :  Trinity  College, 
Dublin.  Went  to  America  when 
eighteen  and  subsequently  became 
reporter  on  Brooklyn  evening 
paper ;  has  been  associated  with 
journalism  ever  since,  editing  at 


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various  times  papers  in  America, 
Japan,  India  and  the  Straits  ;  went 
to  Japan  for  rhino-Japanese  war 
of  1894  but  never  got  near  the 
fighting;  saw  some  skirmishing  in 
the  Tirah,  1897-98 ;  has  been  Editor 
of  "  Straits  Times  "  since  Oct.  1900. 
Publications:  Account  of  Seismic 
Wave  Disaster  in  North  Japan, 
1896 ;  "  The  Khyber,"  a  guide  and 
brief  history,  1900.  Club :  Singa- 
pore. Address:  "Straits  Times," 
Singapore,  Straits  Settlements. 

MORRISON,  Dr.  George  Ernest  (PEK- 
ING), M.D.,  C.M.,  F.E.G.S. ;  "The 
Times  "  Correspondent ;  b.  Feb.  4, 
1862,  at  Geelong,  Victoria,  Aus- 
tralia. Educ.:  Melbourne  and 
Edinburgh  Universities.  Crossed 
Australia  on  foot  from  the  Gulf  of 
Carpentaria  to  Melbourne,  Christ- 
inas, 1882-1883;  speared  in  New 
Guinea,  Oct.,  1883;  spear-head  cut 
out  of  body  in  Edinburgh,  July, 
1884 ;  graduated,  1887  ;  crossed  from 
•Shanghai  to  Rangoon  by  land, 
1894;  as  special  for  "The  Times" 
travelled  from  Bangkok  in  Siam  to 
Yunnan  City  in  China  and  round 
Tonkin,  1896;  crossed  Manchuria 
from  Stretensk  in  Siberia  to  Vladi- 
vostock,  1897;  represented  "The 
Times  "  at  the  conference  between 
the  Japanese  and  Russian  Peace 
Commissioners  at  Portsmouth,  1905. 
Publication:  "An  Australian  in 
China"  :  being  the  Narrative  of  a 
Quiet  Journey  Across  China  to 
Burma,  1895.  Recreations:  Foreign 
travel.  Address:  Peking,  China, 

MORTIMORE.  Richard  Howard 
(NiNGPo),  H.B.M.  Consul.  Appoin- 
ted Student  Interpreter  in  China, 


March  30, 1880 ;  acting  Vice-Consul 
at  Pagoda  Island,  1889;  assistant 
Chinese  Secretary,  1891 ;  discharged 
duties  of  Accountant  at  Peking, 
1892  to  1864 ;  acting  Consul  at  Wuhu, 
1896 ;  promoted  1st  class  assistant, 
1897  ;  discharged  duties  of  Account- 
ant at  Peking,  1896  to  1899;  pro- 
moted Consul  at  Wuhu,  May  13, 1896; 
transferred  to  Ningpo,  April  5, 1902. 
Address:  H.B.M.  Consulate,  Ning- 
po, China. 

MOSBERG,  Dr.  C.  (SHANGHAI),  Doctor 
of  Dental  Surgery  ;  fe.  1864.  Educ. : 
University  of  Pennsylvania  (D.D.S. 
1894.)  Address:  Shanghai,  China. 

MOTODA,  Hajime  (TOKYO),  M.P. ; 
Solicitor ;  b.  May,  1858,  in  Oita-ken. 
Led  National  Association  in  1892; 
an  original  member  of  House ; 
Vice-President  of  House,  1898-1902. 
Address :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

MOTONO,  Ichiro  (TOKYO),  Japanese 
Minister  at  Paris  ;  b.  Feb.,  1862,  in 
Saga-ken.  Appointed  Secretary  of 
Legation  at  St.  Petersburg,  1896; 
made  Minister  Resident  at  Brussels, 
1896;  transferred  to  present  post, 
1901;  one  of  Japanese  represen- 
tatives at  Peace  Conference  at  the 
Hague,  1899.  Addre-ss :  Japanese 
Legation,  Paris,  France ;  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

MOULE,  Ven.  Archdeacon  Arthur 
Evans  (XiNGPO),  B.D. ;  Archdeacon 
of  Church  of  England  in  Mid- 
China  ;  b.  April  10,  1836;  m.  March 
21,  1861.  Educ. :  Privately.  Mem- 
ber of  Church  Mission  Society, 
1861 ;  Archdeacon  in  Mid-China, 
1882  ;  Rector  of  Compton  Valence, 
Dorset,  1898-1902;  witnessed  the 


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later  events  of  the  Taiping  Re- 
hellion  in  Cheh-Kiang,  including 
the  storming  and  recapture  of 
N  i  n  g  p  o,  1861-63.  Publications  : 
"  New  China  and  Old  "  (3rd  edtn.) ; 
"  Reasons  for  the  Hope  that  is  in 
Us'';  "Songs  of  Heaven  and 
Home  "  (3rd  edtn) ;  "  Four  Hundred 
Millions  "  ;  "  Essays  on  the  Opium 
Question";  "Commentary  on  the 
Thirty -nine  Articles  "  (in  Chinese) ; 
"  A  Letter  to  the  Scholars  of 
China  "  (in  Chinese),  and  numerous 
other  works.  Address :  Ningpo, 
China;  Dorchester,  Dorset,  Eng- 
land. 

MOULE.  Rt.  Rev.  George  Evans 
(HANGCHOW),  D.D.  ;  Bishop  of  Mid- 
China  ;  Educ. :  Private ;  Corpus 
Christ!  College,  Cambridge  Scholar 
(B.A.,  1850 ;  Senior  Optime  and  3rd 
class  Classical  Tripos).  Ordained, 
1851 ;  curate  of  Fordington  and 
Chaplain,  Dorset  County  Hospital, 
1851-57  ;  C.M.S.  Missionary,  1857-80 ; 
Consecrated  Bishop,  1880.  Address  : 
Hangchow,  China. 

MOULIE,  Bernard  Pierre  Oscar  (A>- 
NAM),  Resident ;  Administrator,  2nd 
class  ;  b.  Mar.  25,  1857.  Joined 
Indo-China  Civil  Service,  Dec.  26, 
1888  ;  Administrator,  4th  class,  Jan. 
1,  1898  ;  Administrator,  3rd  class, 
Feb.  7,  1901  ;  Administrator,  2nd 
class,  Jan.  1,  1904.  Address:  An- 
nam,  Indo-China. 

HOULIE,  Jean  Ernest  (THAXH-HOA), 
Resident  Superior  in  Ann  am  ;  Ad- 
ministrator, 1st  class ;  b.  Sept.  8, 
1858.  Joined  Indo-China  Civil  Ser- 
vice, June  20,  1883  ;  Administrator, 
44h  class,  Nov.  29,  1886;  Adminis- 


trator, 3rd  class,  Aug.  1, 1889  ;  Ad* 
ministrator,  2nd  class,  July  1,  1894  ; 
Administrator,  1st  class,  May  31, 
1899.  Address:  Thanh-hoa,  Pro- 
vince of  Thanh-hoa,  Annam,  Indo- 
China. 

MOULLIN,  H.  R.  (ULU  LAXCSAT),  Fede- 
rated Malay  States  Civil  Sen  ice  ;  b. 
June  15,  1875.  Assistant  Engineei', 
Public  Works  Department,  Kuala 
Lumpur,  1900 ;  District  Engineer, 
Ulu  Langat.  1901 ;  assistant  En- 
gineer, Flu  Langat,  1902  ;  acting 
Executive  Engineer,  Public  Works 
Department,  Ulu  Langat,  1906.  Ad- 
dress :  Ulu  Langat,  Selangor,  Fede- 
rated Malay  States. 

MOREL,  Jules  (CAMBODIA),  Chief 
Resident  in  Cambodia.  Decora- 
tions :  Officier  de  la  L  e  g  i  o  u 
d'Honneur ;  Officer  de  1'Instruction 
publique.  A  d  d  re  ss  :  Cambudin , 
Indo-China. 

MORIN.  Pierre  Francois  Auguste 
(LAOS),  Resident ;  Administrator, 
2nd  class  ;  b.  Nov.  28,  1867.  Joined 
Indo-China  Civil  Service,  Sept.  2, 
1887  ;  Administrator,  4th  class,  June 
1,  1895;  Administrator,  3rd  class, 
June  13,  1896 ;  Administrator,  2n»i 
class,  Jan.  1,  1903.  Address:  Laos, 
Indo-China. 

MUDAGUCHI,  Gengaku  (TOKYO), 
President  of  Tokyo  Electric 
Railway,  Co. ;  b.  Dec.,  1847,  at  Saga. 
Formerly  Japanese  Civil  Servant. 
Address  :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

MUELLE,  Eduardo  y  de  la  Torre- 
Ugarte  (HONGKONG),  Consul  for 
Peru  ;  b.  Nov.  22  ( of  a  noble 
Spanish  family).  Appointed  Consul, 


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.steamers  instead  of  sailing  vessels 
between  Hongkong  and  Peru. 
Clubs:  Travelling  member  of  sever- 
al ;  principal  clubs  in  Lima.  Ad- 
dress: Peruvian  Consulate,  Hong- 
kong ;  Virreina,  188  altos,  Lima, 
Peru. 

MUGLISTON,  Dr.  Thomas  Crighton 
(PENANG),  M.R.C.S.,  England  ; 
L.R.C.P.  and  L.M.,  Edinburgh, 
Colonial  Surgeon.  Entered  R.  N. 
Medical  Service,  1876-1881 ;  Medical 
Officer  to  French  and  United  States 
Consulates,  Singapore  ;  J.P.  and 
•Coroner,  1883  ;  Colonial  Surgeon, 
Straits  Settlements,  1886 ;  acting 
Principal  Medical  Officer,  Singa. 
pore,  Feb.  to  Aug.,  1890,  July- 
Aug.,  1896,  and  from  March,  1901,  to 
April,  1902 ;  Colonial  Surgeon,  Pe- 
nang,  March,  1901.  Club:  Singa- 
pore. Address  :  Singapore,  Straits 
Settlements. 

JMULLER,  Dr.  Oscar  (HONGKONG), 
Doctor  of  Medicine  and  Surgery  ; 
b.  May  4,  1873.  Partner  with  Dr. 
Justi.  Club  :  Germania.  Address  : 
Hongkong. 

JVIUMM  VON  SCHWARZENSTEIN, 
Freiherr  Phillip  Alfons  (TOKYO), 
Envoy  Extraordinary  and  Minister 
Plenipotentiary  for  Germany ;  b. 
March  18,  1S59,  at  Frankfurt  on  the 
Main.  Educ. :  Universities  of  Goet- 
tingen,  Heidelberg,  Leipzig  and 
Berlin ;  graduated  at  Goettingen, 
1882.  Was  called  to  the  Bar  and 
practised  law  until  1885 ;  appointed 
to  Foreign  Office  by  late  Prince 
Bismarck,  Aug.,  1885;  attached  to 
Embassy  at  London,  1886 ;  Embassy 


at  Paris,  1887;  passed  diplomatic 
examination,  Jan.,  1888  ;  Secretary 
to  Legation  at  Washington,  1889  ; 
as  Charge"  d' Affaires  concluded 
reciprocity  treaty  and  copyright 
agreement,  1891 ;  Secretary  of 
Legation  in  Roumania  (under  the 
present  Chancellor,  Von  Buelow), 
1892-93;  Councillor  at  Foreign 
Office,  Berlin,  1894 ;  Minister  to 
Luxemburg,  1898;  Minister  on 
special  mission  to  Washington  in 
reference  to  Samoan  Treaty,  1899; 
succeeded  Baron  von  Kettler,  who 
was  killed  by  Boxers,  as  Minister 
at  Peking,  1900;  with  Sir  Ernest 
Satow,  Baron  Komura  and  other 
Ministers  negotiated  and  signed 
the  Protocol  of  Peace  at  the 
termination  of  the  Boxer  Rising, 
1901 ;  created  Baron,  Jan.,  1903 ; 
was  Doyen  of  the  Diplomatic  Corps 
at  Peking,  1905-6  ;  appointed  Minis- 
ter at  Tokyo,  March,  1906 ;  assumed 
duties,  May,  1906.  Decorations : 
Numerous  German  and  other 
orders.  Address  :  German  Legation, 
14,  Nagata-cho,  Ichome,  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

MUNSTER,  Bernhard  Adolph  (YOKO- 
HAMA), M.I.M.E. ;  Representative, 
Babcock  and  Wilcox,  Ltd.  ;  b.  Aug. 
23,  3844,  at  Bremen,  Germany. 
Educ. :  Bremen,  until  1859;  practical 
and  technical  education  in  engi- 
neering, 1860-65.  In  the  service  of 
N.D.L.  1866-74.  Was  in  the  service 
of  Sultan  of  Zanzibar,  Said 
Bargash,  as  Superintendent  Engi- 
neer in  charge  of  steamers,  shops 
and  ice-factory,  1875-77;  acted  as 
expert  at  Yokohama  for  several 
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superintended  erection  of  machinery 
;uid  furnaces  of  heavy  gun  factory, 
Osaka  Arsenal,  1881 ;  in  service  of 
Imperial  Japanese  Navy  as  in- 
structor for  the  fish  torpedo,  1884- 
90 ;  expert  for  Jardine,  Matheson 
and  Co.,  at  Yokohama,  1891-92; 
started  practice  as  consulting 
engineer  in  Yokohama,  1893;  has 
been  representative  of  Babcock  and 
Wilcox,  Ltd.,  since  1894.  Clubs: 
Yokohama  United;  Tokyo;  Ger- 
mania.  Address :  No.  19,  Bluff, 
Yokohama,  Japan. 

MURAI,  Kichibei  (KYOTO),  Merchant 
and  Banker ;  b.  1864,  at  Kyoto. 
Started  a  tobacco  manufacturing 
business  in  a  small  way  at  Kyoto, 
1885 ;  subsequently  entered  into 
partnership  with  an  American 
firm  and  started  a  large  tobacco 
manufacturing  Co.  in  Japan  under 
the  name  of  Murai  Brothers  ;  this 
concern  was  purchased  by  the 
Government  when  the  tobacco 
monopoly  \vas  established,  1903 ; 
Murai  brothers  then  started  a  bank 
in  their  name  with  the  capital  of 
Yen  1,000,000.;  are  also  engaged  in 
cotton  thread'  manufacture.  Ad- 
dress :  Kyoto,  Japan. 

MURATA,  Tamotsu  (TOKYO),  Member 
of  House  of  Peers  ;  6.  Dec.,  1842 ;  in 
Osaka.  Left  Government  Service  in 
1890  to  develop  fisheries.  Address  : 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

MURATA,  Baron  Tsuneyoshi 
(  TOKYO  ),  Member  of  House  of 
Peers ;  1.  June,  1838,  at  Satsuma. 
Took  part  in  Civil  War  of  1877  ;  has 
occupied  present  position  since 


1890;    invented   the    Murata    rifle. 
Address :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

MURAYAMA,  Ryuhei  (TOKYO),  Pro- 
prietor of  Tokyo  and  Osaka  "  Asahi 
Shimbun  "  ;  b.  1850,  at  Wakayama. 
At  one  time  represented  Osaka  in 
Diet.  Address  :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

MURDOCH,  James  (  KAGOSHIMA  ), 
M.A.  ;  Author ;  6.  1856,  at  Kincar- 
dineshire,  Scotland.  Educ. :  Uni- 
versities of  Aberdeen,  Oxford  and 
Gottingen  ;  Aberdeen  University, 
1st  Bursar,  1875  ;  M.A.,  with  double 
honours  ( Classics  and  Mental 
Philosophy),  Simpson  Greek  Prize, 
Seafield  Gold  Medal  for  Latin, 
1879  ;  Fullerton  Schola,r  (Classics), 
1879.  Assistant  Professor  of  Greek 
in  Aberdeen  University,  1880-81  ; 
Head  Master,  Grammar  School, 
Maryborough,  Queensland,  1881-85 ; 
in  service  of  Imperial  Japanese 
Education  Department,  since  1889. 
Publications  :  "  A  History  of  Japan 
during  the  Century  of  Foreign  In- 
tercourse," (other  works  in  pre- 
paration ).  A  ddress :  Kagoshima, 
Japan. 

MURDOCH,  Alfred  Maule  Burn-  (see  : 
BURN-MURDOCK). 

MURPHY,  E.  0.  (  H  o  x  G  K  o  x  G  ), 
M.I.M.E.;  Engineer  ;  b.  1862.  Whit- 
worth  Scholar.  Club:  Engineers 
Institute.  Address :  "  Highlands," 
Kowloon,  Hongkong. 

MURPHY,  Peter  Murray  (SINGAPORE), 
Commander  Colonial  steamer  "  Sea 
Mew  " ;  b.  Nov.  7, 1857.  Chief  officer, 
Colonial  Steamer,  "Sea  Belle,"  1885; 
acting  Commander,  1891  ;  Harbour 
Master  and  Post  Master,  Malacca, 


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1898 ;  acting  Deputy  Master  Attend- 
ant, 1901  ;  Commander  of  Colonial 
steamer,  1901;  acting  Deputy 
Master  Attendant,  1903;  Com- 
mander of  Colonial  steamer,  "  Sea 
Mew  "  ;  Magistrate  for  Singapore  ; 
Member  of  Board  of  Examination 
for  Masters  and  Mates,  since  1903. 
Address  :  Singapore,  Straits  Settle- 
ments. 

MURPHY,  Rev.  U.  G.  (NAUOYAJ,  Mis- 
sionary ;  I.  Aug.  26,  1869,  at  Draw- 
bridge,  Mil.,  U.S.A.;  ni.  Aug.  3, 
1893;  Nora  Street.  Ethic.:  Public 
School ;  West  Maryland  Theological 
Seminary,  Home  Missionary, 
Seattle,  Washington  1892;  Origins, 
ted  and  carried  to  successful  conclu- 
sion movement  commonly  known 
as  "free  cessation,"  by  which 
victims  of  social  evil,  and  geisha, 
iu  Japan,  were  enabled  to  change 
their  mode  of  life  irrespective  of 
debts,  desire  of  keepers  or  parents 
or  other  reasons,  thus  ending  legal 
traffic  in  young  girls  in  Japan; 
President  Methodist  Protestant 
Church  iu  Japan,  1903  to  date. 
Publications:  "Social  Evil  in 
Japan "  and  tracts  in  Japanese. 
Address  :  Nagoya,  Japan. 

MURRAY,  Colonel  the  Hon.  Alex- 
ander V.  D.  (SINGAPORE),  M.I.C.E., 
F.R.C.I. ;  Colonial  Engineer  and 
Surveyor  General,  Straits  Settle- 
ments ;  b.  Jan.  13,  1850  ;  ft.  of 
Alexander  Murray,  District  Judge, 
Kandy,  Ceylon;  •///.  Mary  Louisa, 
d.  of  Ralph  Tatham,  Ceylon  Civil 
Service.  Educ.  :  Hyde  Abbey, 
Winchester ;  Glasgow  University. 
Appointed  by  Secretary  of  State 
to  Ceylon  Civil  Service,  1871  ; 


Provincial  Engineer,  N.C.I'.,  1SC6 ; 
Province,  of  Uva,  1893  :  Western 
Province,  1897;  acting  Director  of 
Public  Works,  Ceylon,  1897  ;  sent 
on  special  mission  to  report  on 
Public  Works  Department  of  Negi  i 
Sembilan,  1899;  proceeded  to 
Ceylon  on  special  service,  1900 ; 
proceeded  to  England  in  command 
of  Straits  Settlements  and  Fede- 
rated Malay  States  Coronation 
Contingent,  1902  ;  proceeded  to> 
Ceylon  on  special  service,  1903  ; 
since  1898  member  of  the  Executive 
and  Legislative  Councils,  Straits 
Settlements ;  member  of  local  joint 
naval  and  Military  Defence  Com- 
mittee ;  late  Commandant,  Singa- 
pore Volunteer  Corps.  Decoration: 
Coronation  Silver  Medal.  Recrea- 
tions :  Rowing,  tennis,  shooting, 
cycling,  riding.  Clubs:  Colombo; 
Singapore ;  Grosvenor,  Piccadilly, 
L  o  n  d  o  n  .  Address  :  "  Kinloss," 
Tanglin,  Singapore,  Straits  Settle- 
ments. 

MURRAY,  Dr.  David  Ambrose 
(OSAKA),  D.D.,  A.M.;  Principal  of 
Bible  Training  College,  Osaka ;  l>. 
March  23,  1861,  in  Montgomery  Co., 
New  York,  U.S.A.  ;  m.  Oct.  11,  1905; 
Annie  L.A.  Foster,  d.  of  Thos.  D. 
Foster,  of  Ottumwa,  la.  Educ. : 
Coe  College,  Cedar  Rapids,  Iowa  ; 
Monmouth  College,  SI  o  n  m  o  u  t  h 
111.  (A.B.,  1885);  A.M.,  Prince- 
ton University,  1887  ;  graduated 
from  Princeton  Theological 
Seminaiy,  1888.  Teaching  in  Go- 
vernment Schools  in  Japan,  1888-92; 
Pastor  in  U.S.A.,  1893-1902;  at 
Chicago,  111. ;  Perry,  la.  and 
Ottumvra,  la.;  Missionary  to  Japan 


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under  ]*resbyterian  Board,  1902 ; 
founded  the"Dendo  Doshikwan," 
training  school  for  evangelists,  now 
located  in  Osaka,  iu  1903  ;  received 
the  hon.  degree  of  D.D.  from  Coe 
College,  1902.  Publications  :  "  In- 
ductive English  Lessons,"  1890 ; 
"  Atoms  and  Energies,"  1901 ; 
"Studies  for  Personal  Workers," 
1905.  AM-reitt:  22  Kawagnchi, 
Osaka,  Japan. 

MURRAY,  George  Sheppard  (SINGA- 
PORE), Manager,  local  brnnch, 
Mercantile  Bank  of  India  ;  b.  June 
26,  1851 ;  m.  June,  1888,  L.  M.  J. 
Dennys,  o.  d.  of  Dr.  N.  B.  Dennys. 
Educ.  :  Hyde  Abbey  School, 
Winchester.  Was  a  member  of 
Legislative  Council  of  Straits  Settle- 
ments from  1888  (except  when 
absent  on  visits  to  England),  until 
May,  1906,  when  resigned.  Clubs: 
Wellington;  Constitutional ;  Sports. 
Address:  Singapore,  Straits,  Settle- 
ments. 

MURRAY,  Rev.  John  (CHINANKI  ), 
Minister  and  Missionary  ;  b.  Oct., 
1846 ;  m.  Sept.,  1876,  Sadie  S.  Rue 
(  died  1902  ).  Educ.  :  Monmouth 
College,  111.  ;  'Princeton  College, 
N.  J.  ;  Princeton  Theological 
Seminary  ;  graduated  Princeton, 
N.  J.  Class,  1872.  Arrived  in  China, 
1876 ;  chiefly  engaged  in  evangelistic 
work — "  a  steady  course,  nothing 
very  momentous  but  ever  growing 
in  grandeur."  Address:  Chinanfu, 
Shantung,  China. 

MURRAY,  Rev.  William  (SINGAPORE), 
M.A.  (;las.,  Missionary;  b.  Jan. 
22,  1864.  Educ.  :  Glasgow  and 
London.  Ordained  l>y  Presbyterian 


Church  of  England,  March  16,  1887- 
93 ;  Minister  at  Peuang,  Straits 
Settlements,  1893-99  ;  Missionary  to 
Straits  Chinese,  Singapore,  since 
1901.  Address :  E.P.  Mission,  Singa- 
pore, Straits  Settlements. 

MURRAY,  Rev.  William  Hill  (PE- 
KING), Inventor  of  the  numeral 
type  by  means  of  which  blind  and 
illiterate  sighted  Chinese  can  learn 
to  read  and  write  well  in  three 
months,  using  only  30  symbol  s, 
whereas  the  average  C  h  i  u  a  m  a  u 
takes  six  years  to  master  the  4,ouo 
ideographs  essential  to  simple 
reading,  and  only  5  per  cent,  ever 
learn  ;  b.  June  3, 1843,  s.  of  a  black- 
smith. Early  lost  his  left  arm  by 
iin  accident;  rural  postman  ;  hi 
1863  became  a  colporteur  for 
National  Bible  Society  of  Scotland, 
by  whom  (1871)  he  was  sent  to 
North  China  ;  in  1879,  adapted 
Braille's  symbols  for  the  blind  t<» 
represent  numbers,  and  numbered 
the  408  sounds  in  use  at  Peking 
(which  are  the  standard  for  all 
Mandarin  dialects)  ;  seeing  tin- 
facility  with  which  the  blind  ac- 
quired the  power  of  reading  and 
writing,  illiterate  Christians  craved 
his  help,  and  by  substituting  black 
lines  for  the  raised  white  dots,  he 
produced  the  simplest  possible 
set  of  geometric  forms ;  these  are 
the  printing-type  with  which  the 
blind  now  print  books  for  sighted 
persons ;  in  the  Boxer  trouble  his 
blind  women  were  all  martyred, 
and  most  the  men  and  boys ;  he 
himself  suffered  so  severely  that  he 
became  totally  blind  in  one  eye  and 
half  blind  in  the  other  ;  but  with 


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his  wife  and  children,  he  has  re- 
organised his  schools  and  printing 
work.s.  Address:  School  for  the 
Blind,  Peking,  China. 

MC78§0,  Giuseppe  Domenica  (SHANG- 
HAI), Solicitor  and  Bjirrister-at- 
Law  ;  5.  June  28, 1876,  at  Hongkong, 
3rd  s.  of  late  D.  Musso,  Consul 
for  Italy  at  Hongkong.  Educ,  : 
University  of  Naples  ;  His  Italian 
Majesty's  As.sassor  at  Mixed  Court, 
Shanghai,  since  19)4.  Address  :  17, 
Paving  Road,  Shanghai,  China. 

MtJTSU-H£TO,  Emperor  of  Japan 
(TOKYO),  121st  Emperor ;  descended 
from  Kinperor  Jiramu,  who  founded 
the  dynasty,  633  B.C. ;  6.  Nov.  3, 
1852,  at  Kyoto,  m.  Feb.  9,  1869, 
Princess  Haruko  (&.  May  28,  1850), 
d.  of  Prince  Ichigo.  Succeeded  to 
the  throne  upon  death  of  father, 
Emperor  Komei,  Feb.  13, 1867  ;  the 
country  was  at  time  under  virtual 
rule  of  Shogun  ;  the  Shogun,  Keiki, 
asked  to  be  permitted  to  resign, 
Oct.  14, 1867 ;  resignation  accepted, 
Oct.  16, 1887,  and  Emperor  assumed 
full  power,  thus  ending  rule  of 
Shogunate  which  had  existed  since 
1187,  A.D. ;  Government  reorganised 
Dec.  9,  1867 ;  as  consequence  of 
dissatisfaction  of  certain  Daimyo 
(noblemen)  who  had  through- 
out remained  faithful  to  Shogun, 
civil  war  broke  out  1868,  and  con- 
tinued until  1869,  when  the  rebels 
were  defeated  and  the  work  of  the 
restoration  allowed  to  proceed 
unchecked ;  Emperor  abolished 
feudalism  by  Imperial  decree,  1871 ; 
negotiations  for  abolition  of  extra- 
territoriality commenced,  1871, 
(Great  Britain  assented,  1894,  and 


other  countries  followed  example 
in  due  course) ;  freedom  of  religion* 
belief  granted,  1872 ;  re-organisation 
of  army  and  navy,  and  education 
upon  Western  lines  were  entered 
upon  and  Imperial  Decree  promis- 
ing establishment  of  Parliament 
promulgated,  Oct.  12,  1881;  Con- 
stitution promulgated,  Feb.  11, 
1889;  first  meeting  of  Parliament, 
Nov.  29, 1890 ;  war  declared  against 
China,  Aug.  l,  1891 ;  at  close  of 
victorious  war  Emperor  was  grant- 
ed by  unanimous  vote  of  Diet 
£2,000,000  out  of  indemnity  paid  by 
China  as  mark  of  gratitude  for  his 
direction  of  the  naval  and  military 
operations;  Anglo- Japanese 
Alliance  formed  Jan.,  1932;  war 
declared  against  Russia,  Feb.  10, 
1904 ;  peace  concluded  after  remark- 
able series  of  victories  on  land  and 
sea,  Sept.,  1905;  Anglo-Japine.se 
Alliance  renewed  for  10  years,  1905. 
Issue:  Prince  Yoshi-hito,  Crown 
Prince  (q.  v.)  Princess  Masako ; 
Princess  Fusako  ;  Princess  Nobuko; 
Princess  Toshiko.  Residence:  Im- 
perial Palace,  Tokyo,  Japan. 

MYERS,  Dr.  Wm.  Wykeham  (PAGODA 
ANCHORAGE),  M.B..  C.M.,  M.A.O.; 
Medical  Officer,  H.B.M.'s  Consulate 
and  I.C.M.  Customs ;  Port  Health 
Officer,  H.B.M.'s  Consular  Agent; 
6.  Feb.,  1843.  JSduc. :  Public  Schools 
in  England  and  Edinburgh  and  at 
Universities  at  Edinburgh  and 
Glasgow.  First  came  to  China  in 
1869;  practised  at  Pagoda  Anchor- 
age (Foochow) ;  was  selected  by 
Admiral  Ryder  in  1876  to  take 
charge  of  Naval  Sick  Quarters  at 
Chef oo ;  in  1S93  was  appointed  by 
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Admiral  Freemantle  to  take  charge 
of  marine  detachment  landed  at 
Anping  to  protect  foreign  settle- 
ments from  Black  Flags  under  Liu- 
Vung-fu  ;  served  as  surgeon  H.M.S. 
"'Tweed "  until  occupation  of  South 
Formosa  by  Japanese  :  saw  bom- 
bardment of  Takow  ;  was  appointed 
political  adviser  to  Japanese  Gov- 
ernment at  Formosa  ;  in  1900  was 
appointed  to  strength  of  General 
Gaselee's  force  in  North  China  for 
relief  of  Peking ;  went  through 
campaign  including  actions  at  Pei- 
tsun  and  Yang-tsun,  taking  charge 
of  wounded  at  base  hospital  at 
Tientsin  ;  received  despatch  of 
thank*  from  General  Commanding : 


was  member  of  party  in  steam 
launch  "  Sin-tai-wan  "  that  went 
from  South  Formosa  to  assist  P* 
and  O.  steamer  "  Bokhara  "  wreek- 
ed  On  Sand  Island,  Pescadores,  ill 
Oct.  1892,  when  some  survivors  from 
wreck  of  Norwegian  steamer 
"  Normand,"  wrecked  at  same  time, 
were  discovered  in  outlying  islands 
and  rescued ;  received  thanks  of 
British  and  Norwegian  Govern- 
ments. Decorations:  Order,  Rising 
Sun ;  medal  and  clasp  for  relief  of 
Peking.  Full ications  :  Various 
contributions  in  Customs  medical 
reports  and  in  medical  journals. 
Address :  Pagoda  Anchorage,  near 
Foochow,  China. 


NABESHIMA,  Marquis  (TOKYO),  For- 
merly Daiinyo  of  Saga;  b.  Aug., 
1840.  Educ.  :  In  England  for 
several  years.  Represented  Japan 
at  Rome,  1880-1882  ;  was  for  a  long 
while  Master  of  Ceremonies  at  the 
Court ;  created  Marquis,  1884.  Ad- 
dress :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

NAGAHARA,  Baron  Shigeru  (OKINA- 
WA), Governor ;  b.  May,  1834,  at 
Satsuma.  One  of  suite  of  Prince 
Shimazu,  1862  ;  witnessed  bombard- 
ment of  Kagoshima  by  British  ; 
one  time  president  of  the  Nippon 
Railway  Co.;  Governor  of  Shizuoka, 
1883  ;  do.,  Okinowa,  1892  ;  cr.  Baron, 
1896.  Address:  Okinawa,  Japan. 

NA6AOEA,  Viscount  (TOKYO),  Mem- 
ber of  House  of  Peers ;  b.  Sept., 
1842.  at  Kumamoto.  Educ. :  U.S.A. 
and  England.  Minister  at  the 
Hague,  1880-2.  Address:  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

NAIN,  Rev.  Father  Charles  Benedict 
(SEUKMBAN),  M.A. ;  Roman  Catholic 
Priest;  b.  May,  1870.  Educ.:  At 
Paris ;  Lyons  University.  Curate, 
Chinese  Church,  Singapore,  1894-96; 
Vicar,  Chinese  Church,  Penang, 
1896-97  ;  Assistant,  Cathedral  of  the 
Good  Shepherd,  Singapore,  and 
Procurator  of  R.  C.  Mission,  Diocese 
i.f  Malacca,  1897-1904  ;  Vicar,  Serem- 


ban  and  Manager,  St.  Paul'.* 
School,  1906;  architect  of  St. 
Joseph's  Institute  and  Convent 
Chapel,  Singapore.  Publication.*. 
Short  Biography  of  Leo  XIII. 
Club :  Sunger  Ujong's.  Add  res*: 
Serein  ban,  Negri  Sembilan,  Fede- 
rated Malay  States. 

NAKAHAMA,  Dr.  Toichiro  (TOKYOK 
Doctor  of  Medicine  ;  July,  18.57,  in 
Tokyo.  Is  a  specialist  of  internal 
diseases.  Address:  Tokyo,  Japan. 

NAKAHASHI,  Tokugoro  (OSAKA). 
President  of  Osaka  Shosen  Kaisha 
(Osaka  Mercantile  Steamship  Co., 
Ltd.)  ;  b.  10th  Sept.,  1860  ;  Educ.  : 
Graduated,  Tokyo  Imperial  Uni- 
versity, 1886.  Has  been  judge  at 
Yokohama,  an  Adviser  of  Depart- 
ment of  Agriculture  &  Commerce,, 
an  Adviser  of  Bureau  of  Legis- 
lature, Secretary  to  House  of  Com- 
mons,  an  Adviser  of  Department 
of  Communications,  President  of 
Bureau  of  Accountancy  in  Depart- 
ment of  Communications,  President 
of  Bureau  of  Railways  rn  Depart- 
ment of  Communications,  1886-1898  ;. 
has  been  President  of  Osaka 
Shosen  Kaisha,  since  1898;  is  also 
Director  of  Konan  Steamship  Co. ,. 
Ltd.  Address:  Hidenincho,  Ten- 
noji  Minamiku,  Osaka,  Japan. 


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NAKAMUTA,  Vis  count  (TOKYO), 
Privy  Councillor  ;  b.  Feb.,  1831,  at 
Saga,  Pioneer  naval  officer ;  at- 
tained rank  of  Vine-Admiral ;  as- 
sisted organisation  Japanese  navy  ; 
or.  Viscount,  1S84.  Address  :  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

NAKANO,  Buyei  (TOKYO),  President 
Tokyo  Chamber  of  Commerce  ;  b. 
Jan.,  1849;  at  Takaniatsu.  Was 
Director  of  old  Tokyo  Tramway 
Co.,  elected  President  of  the  Tokyo 
Stock  Exchange,  1903  ;  sat  with  Pro- 
gressives in  House  from  1890  to  1902. 
Address :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

NAKONCHAISI,  Prince  of  (see .  CHIRA, 
PRINCE). 

NAMURA,  Taizo  (TOKYO)  Merchant; 
Member  of  the  House  of  Peers  ;  b. 
Nov.,  1841,  at  Nagasaki.  Procurator 
General  of  the  Supreme  Court, 
1886;  Chief,  do.,  1892-3;  followed 
mercantile  pursuits,  since  1894. 
Address :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

!NANJO,  Bunyu  (TOKYO),  ex-Professor 
of  the  Imperial  University  ;  b.  May, 
1849,  at  Mino.  Educ. :  Under  Max 
Muller,  Oxford  University,  Eng- 
land. Was  for  some  time  upon  the 
professorial  staff  of  the  Imperial 
University.  A  ddress  :  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

NANSON,  William  (SINGAPORE),  JJ.A., 
F.S.A. ;  Advocate  and  Solicitor  of 
Supreme  Court ;  b.  July  12,  1849 ; 
//(.  Kathevine  Louisa,  d.  of  Ridgway 
Harrison:  of  Woodburn,  Douglas, 
Isle  of  Man.  Educ, :  Repton,  and 
Trinity  College  Oxford.  Solicitor  of 
High  Court  of  Justice  in  England. 


A  ddress:  4,  Raffles  Place,  Singapore, 
Straits  Settlements. 

NAPIER,  Hon.  W.  J.  (S  i  N  «  A  P  o  R  E), 
D.C.L.  Barrister-at-Iaw.  Senior 
partner  in  firm  Drew  and  Napier, 
Advocates  and  Solicitors  ;  unofficial 
member,  Legislative  Council.  Club : 
Singapore.  Address :  10,  Collycr 
Road,  Singapore,  Straits  Settle- 
ments. 

NAQUARD,  Eugene,  M.  C.  A.  (SAIGON), 
Conseiller,  Cour  d'Appel;  b.  Dec.  23, 
1856.  Entree  1' Administration  de 
la  Justice,  Fev.  19,  1883.  Decora- 
tion :  Chevalier  de  la  Legion 
d'Honneur.  A  ddress  :  Saigon, 
Indo-China. 

NARENDR,  Raja,  Lieut -Colonel 
Mom  (BANGKOK),  Siamese  Army; 
b.  Jan.  31,  1876;  >».  1904.  Edue.  : 
In  England  ;  France ;  Belgium  ; 
Royal  Military  College,  Sandhurst ; 
Oxford  University.  Went  to 
Europe  as  school  companion  to 
H.  R.  H.  Crown  Prince  of  Siam, 
Aug.,  1893,  where  spent  eight  years  ; 
received  commission  as  Lieutenant 
in  Siamese  Army  in  1893 ;  spent 
two  years  with  1st  Battalion,  Royal 
Dublin  Fusiliers,  and  96th  Battery 
of  R.  F.  Artillery,  Okeharapton ; 
promoted  to  present  rank,  1905. 
Decorations :  5th  class  of  the  White 
Elephant,  and  four  Siamese  Medals. 
Publications:  Works  on  Military 
Subjects,  in  Siamese.  Address  : 
Bangkok,  Siam. 

NASHIMOTO,  Prince  (TOKYO).  Captain 
of  Infantry ;  b.  March  9,  1874  ;  >/i. 
Nov.  28,  1900,  Princess  Itsuko,  2nd 
d.  of  Marquis  Nabeshima.  Edue.  ; 


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Military  Academy,  France.  Was 
attached  to  staff  of  General  Oku 
during  Russo-Japanese  AVar.  Ad- 
dress :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

NATHAN,  Ernest  Julius  (PENANG), 
B.A.  ;  Straits  Settlements  Civil  Ser- 
vice ;  b.  April  13,  1882.  Educ. :  Ox- 
ford University.  Appointed  cadet, 
Straits  Settlements  Civil  Service, 
1904  ;  attached  to  Resident  Council- 
lor's Office,  Penang.  Address  ; 
Penang,  Straits  Settlements. 

NATHAN,  Sir  Matthew  (HONGKONG), 
K.C.M.G.,  Gorernor  of  Hong- 
kong; 6.  Jan.  3,  1862,  s.  of  late 
Jonah  Nathan.  Entered  R.E., 
1880;  Capt.,  1889;  Maj.,  1893;  served 
in  Nile  Expedition,  1885,  Lushai 
Expedition  (Medal  with  clasps) 
1869  ;  Secretary  Colonial  Defence 
Committee,  1895.  Administrator  of 
the  Government  of  Sierra  Leone  in 
1899  ;  C.M.G.,  1809  ;  Governor, 
Gold  Coast,  1900-3;  K.C.M.G., 
1902 ;  Governor  of  Hongkong  since 
1903.  Club  •  Army  and  Navy. 
Address  :  Government  House, 
Hongkong;  11,  Pembridge  Square, 
London. 

NATHAN,  Major  Walter  Simeon 
(TIENTSIN),  Agent  and  General 
Manager  of  Chinese  Mining  and 
Engineering  Co. ;  I.  Sept.  27,  1867  ; 
Lieutenant,  Royal  Engineers,  July 
24,  1886;  Captain,  Nov.  23,  1896; 
Major,  Jan.  6,  1905  ;  Railway  Staff 
Officer  ;  Deputy  Assistant,  Director 
of  Railways,  South  Africa,  Jan.  1, 
1900,  to  Dec.  31,  1901  ;  Assistant 
Director  of  Railways,  Jan.,  1902,  to 
June,  1902;  Secretary,  Railway 
Board  of  Control,  South  Africa, 


July,  1902  ;  employed  with  Chitiesc- 
Mining  and  Engineering  Co.,  since 
Dec.,  1903  ;  fought  in  Miranzai  (lst> 
Expedition,  1891  ;  operations  on 
X.W.  Frontier  of  India,  1897-3  ; 
with  Tirali  Exped.  Force,  Field 
Engineer,  Lines  of  Commission 
(Nov.  9,  1897,  to  Jan.  18,  1898)r 
Field  Engineer,  1st  Div.  (Jan.  19 
to  Feb.  28,  1898),  mentioned  Des- 
patches, Jan.  7,  1898;  S.  African 
War,  1899-1902,  on  Staff,  operations 
in  the  Orange  Free  State  Feb.  to 
May,  1900 ;  operations  in  the 
Transvaal,  operations  in  Orange 
River  Colony,  May  to  Nov.  29, 1900 : 
operations  in  Cape  Colony,  South  of 
Orange  River,  1899-1900,  operations 
in  Cape  Colony,  north  of  Orange 
River ;  mentioned  Despatches,  Sept. 
10,  1901;  Brevt  of  Major.  Decora- 
t  ions :  Queen's  Medal  with  3  clasps, 
King's  Medal  with  2  clasps.  Club  : 
Tientsin.  Address  :  Tientsin,  North 
China. 

NA-T'UNG  (PKKISG),  Grand  Secretary; 
native  of  Manchuria ;  provincial 
graduate.  Director,  Court  of  State 
Ceremonial,  Jan.,  1899  ;  sub  Chan- 
cellor, Grand  Secretariat,  Dec., 

1899  ;    Minister,    Tsung-li    Yamen  ; 
Vice-President,  Mongolian  Superin- 
tendeucy,  June,  1900  ;  junior  Vice- 
President,  Board    of   Ceremonies, 
Sept.,  1900;  do.,  Board  of  Revenue 
Nov.,  1900  ;  Deputy  Lieut.-General, 
Plain  Yellow  Banner  Corps,  Nov., 

1900  ;  senior  Police  Provost  of  Gen- 
darmerie,   Peking,   June,   1901  ; 
Special   Embassy  to  Japan,   July, 
1901;  ceased  to  be  Minister  of  Tsung- 
li  Yamen  on  reorganisation,  July, 

1901  ;     rank    of    President     of    a 


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Board,  Dec.,  1901  ;  acting  Minis- 
ter of  Board  of  Foreign  Affairs, 
Feb.,  1902 ;  President  Board,  of 
Revenue,  June,  1903  ;  President, 
Board  of  Foreign  Affairs  ;  Member 
of  Finance  Committee,  Nov.,  1903  ; 
General  Commander  of  Gendar- 
merie, Jan.,  1904  ;  President  of 
Board  of  Foreign  Affairs,  1905-6  ; 
Grand  Secretary,  Jan.,  1906. 

NAYEN'U,  Prince  (PEKING),  Grand 
Chamberlain  ;  native  of  Mongolia. 
A  prince  and  Dzassak  of  the  Khalka 
Mongols  ;  Lieut. -Genera],  Bordered 
White  Banner  Corps,  and  Grand 
Chamberlain,  Oct.,  1893  ;  Superin- 
tendent, Customs,  Peking,  Sept., 
1896  ;  Lieut.-General  Red  Banner 
Corps,  March,  1898  ;  Grand  Cham- 
berlain, Nov.,  1903. 

NEAL,  Dr.  James  Boyd  (CHIXANFU), 
M.A.,  M.D.;  Medical  Missionary  ;  1>. 
May  8.  Educ.:  Yale  University  and 
University  of  Pennsylvania.  Came 
to  China  as  a  Medical  Missionary 
under  Presbyterian  Board  of  Fore- 
ign Missions  ;  besides  regular  medi- 
cal work,  has  been  much  interested 
in  training  of  medical  students,  of 
whom  over  20  have  passed  through 
his  hands  ;  to  assist  in  their 
training  prepared  translations  of 
medical  books  ;  is  now  in  charge 
of  Mcllvaine  Hospital  in  Chinanfu, 
under  the  Presbyterian  Mission, 
and  is  engaged  in  training  a  class 
of  ten  medical  students.  Publica- 
tions :  Translations  into  Chinese  of 
Analytical  Chemistry  ;  Diseases  of 
the  Eye  and  Diseases  of  the  Skin. 
A  ddrens :  Chinanfu,  S  h  a  n  t  u  n  g , 
China. 


NEGIEHI,  Prof.  Timothy  Yoshitare 
(TOKYO),  Professor  and  Editor ;  &. 
Feb.  1875.  Educ. :  St.  Paul's  College 
Tokyo :  Keio«*ijukn.  Accepted 
professorship  in  English  at  St. 
Paul's  College  ;  translates  lectures 
for  the  Trinity  Divinity  School, 
Tokyo  ;  writer  for  many  prominent 
journals  in  Japan;  formerly 
Director  of  foreign  department  of 
Hakubun  Kan  and  one  of  organ- 
isers of  Japan  Industrial  Associa- 
tion ;  was  proprietor  of  Tokyo 
Practical  English  School  and  School 
of  Politics,  Tokyo.  Publications: 
"The  Industrial  Orient,"  "The 
Sun,  "Greater  Japan";  numerous 
translations  from  English.  Address: 
No  2,  Nichome,  Tsukiji,  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

NEISH,  Robert  Davidson  (SHANGHAI), 

i 

Journalist,  Assistant  Editor  and 
General  Manager,  "  Shanghai  Mer- 
cury " ;  I.  Arbroath,  June,  1864. 
Educ. :  Dundee.  Trained  on  "  Dun- 
dee Courier  and  Weekly  News "  ; 
Editor  and  Manager  "Walthamston 
Herald"  in  1899;  joined  "Shang- 
hai Mercury,"  1900,  and  has  been 
[  reporter,  Manager,  Sub-editor,  act- 
ing Editor  and  deputy  Managing 
Director.  Club  :  Masonic.  Address: 
Shanghai  Mercury  Ltd.,  Shanghai, 
China. 

NEMOTO,  Michiakira  (TOKYO),  Pro- 
fessor  of  Literature,  Tokyo  Uni- 
versity ;  b.  Jan.,  1822,  at  Akita. 
Chinese  scholar  of  repute ;  Pro- 
fessor, Imperial  University,  Tokyo, 
since  18C5.  Address:  Tokyo,  Japan. 

NESOM,  G.  E.  (MANILA),  B.S.;  Assistant 
Director  (Acting  Director)  Bureau 

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of  Agriculture  ;  b.  May  29,  1870,  at 
Mississippi,  U.S.A.  Educ.:  Mission 
Agricultural  College ;  Iowa  State 
College.  First  Assistant,  Kllisville 
( Miss.  )  High  School,  1895-96  ; 
graduate  student,  Iowa  State 
College,  1896-98  ;  Professor  of  Veter- 
inary Medicine,  South  Carolina 
Agricultural  College  ;  Veterinarian, 
South  Carolina  Experimental 
Station  and  State  Veterinarian  of 
South  Carolina,  1898-1904  ;  assistant 
Director  of  Agriculture  for  Philip- 
pine Islands,  1904  ;  acting  Director 
of  Agriculture  for  Philippine  Islands 
.since,  Nov.  1,  1905,  member  of 
American  Veterinary  Association. 
Publications :  Numerous  articles 
on  agricultural  subjects.  Address  : 
145,  Calle  .Sail  Andres,  Malate, 
Manila,  Philippine  Islands. 

NEUBRONNER,  Ernest  Waller  (B.vir 
GAJAH),  Acting  District  Treasurer  ; 
b.  July  4,  1867.  Clerical  Service, 
Selangor,  1883-1836  ;  assistant  Dis- 
trict Treasurer,  Taiping,  Perak, 
1903  ;  acting  District  Treasurer, 
Batu  Gajah,  1903.  Address :  Batu 
Gajah,  Perak,  Federated  Malay 
States. 

NEWLAND,  Harry  Osman  (PKNANG), 
J.P.  :  Chief  Police  Officer  ;  b.  Bee. 
ti,  1855.  Held  a  commission  in  9th 
Bivllnhon  King's  Royal  Rifles,  1875- 
78  ^appointed  to  Straits  Settlements 
Police  by  Secretary  of  State  for  the 
Colonies;  Superintendent  of  Police, 
Coroner  and  J.P.,  Singapore,  1883-4  ; 
Superintendent  of  Police,  Coroner 
and  J.P.,  Malacca,  1886-7  ;  Su- 
perintendent of  Police,  Singapore, 
1894  ;  Superintendent  of  Police, 
Deputy  Controller  of  Convicts,  J.P., 


.Licensing  Justice,  Visiting  Justice 
for  Gaols,  Peuang,  since  1901.  Club*: 
Sports,  London  ;  Singapore  ;  Pe- 
nang.  Address:  Penang,  Straits 
Settlements. 

NEWMAN  (see :  NoRius-Nn \VMAN, 
LiKfT-CoLOXKL  CHARLKS  L.W.M.) 

NEWMAN.  Jesse  Ford  (CHIXKIAXG), 
M.A.  ;  Merchant  ;  b.  Wisconsin, 
U.S.A.,  July  26,  1867  ;  m.  1893  to 
Lulu  K.  Wheeler,  d.  of  Dr.  L.  N. 
Wheeler,  Missionary  to  China, 
Educ. :  Lawrence  University  and 
Boston  University.  Came  to  China 
in  1895  ;  formerly  principal  of  Boys' 
School,  Kinkiang  ;  afterwards  pro- 
fessor in  Nanking  University  ;  now 
Manager  for  Standard  Oil  Co.  at 
Chinkiang.  Club :  Chinkiang.  Ad- 
dress: Chinkiang,  China. 

NG  CHOY  (.nee  :  Wr  T'iXG-FAXG) 

NIEH  CHI-KUEI  (  C  n  K  K  I  A  x  o  ),  ex- 
Governor  ;  native  of  Hunan.  Dir- 
ector of  the  Shanghai  arsenal  for 
nine  years  ;  Taotai,  Shanghai,  Feb., 
1890  ;  Judge,  Chekiang,  Jan.,  1894  ; 
Treasurer,  Kiangsu,  Aug.,  1896 ; 
Governor,  do.,  spring,  1901  :  Go- 
vernor, Anhwei,  Dec.,  1901 ;  Go- 
vernor, Chekiang,  Oct.,  1902;  re- 
signed, Oct.,  I9o:>. 

NIELSEN,  Olaf  (HOXGKOMJ),  b.,  1854. 
Superintendent,  Great  Northern 
Telegraph  Co.'s  local  branch.  Club  : 
Hongkong.  Address :  Magazine 
Gap,  Hongkong. 

NIELSON,   Andrew   Bonar  (TAIXAX), 

M.A.  ;  Missionary  ;  b.  1869.  Educ.  : 
Kelviuside  Academy,  Glasgow  ; 
Glasgow  University  ;  New  College, 

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Edinburgh  (Free  Church  of  Scot- 
land). Appointed  Missionary  to 
Formosa,  1895.  Address:  English 
Presbyterian  Mission,  Tainan,  For- 
mosa. 

NISEI.  General  Baron  Kwanjiro 
(ToKVo),  Inspector-General  of  Edu- 
cation ;  b.  March,  1847,  at  Satsiuna. 
Promoted  Major-General,  1889 ; 
commanded  Brigade  of  1st  Army 
Division  (Tokyo)  in  Chino- Japanese 
War,  participated  in  actions  at  Port 
Arthur,  etc.  ;  commanded  2nd  Army- 
Division  in  Russo-Japanese  War, 
subsequently  promoted  General 
and  given  command  of  Liaotung 
Garrison;  cr.  Baron,  1895  ;  present 
post,  May,  1905.  Decoration  :  3rd 
Order  of  Golden  Kite.  Address: 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

NISEI,  Baron  Tokujiro(ToKvo), 
Privy  Councillor  ;  b.  July,  1847, 
at  Satsuma.  Was  Minister  at 
St.  Petersburg,  1886-1896  ;  cr.  Baron 
189.1  ;  Minister  of  Foreign  Affairs, 
1897-8  ;  Minister  at  Peking  during 
Boxer  outbreak  in  1900  and  parti- 
cipated in  siege.  Address:  Tokyo, 
Japan . 

NISBIMURA,  Katsuzo  (TOKYO),  Mer- 
chant ;  b.  Tokyo,  Dec.,  1836.  Is 
father  of  leatherware  industry  in 
Japan,  having  started  that  business, 
1870 ;  next  year  opened  the  first 
knitting-work  factory  in  Japan, 
1871  ;  the  fire-proof  brick  works 
which  Government  established  was 
purchased  by  him,  1887,  and  he  has 
converted  what  was  at  first  a  losing 
enterprise  into  a  paying  concern  ; 
in  1904  visited  Europe  to  study  the 
shoe  manufacturing  industry  and 


returned  home  with  a  German  ex- 
pert whom  he  engaged ;  was  long 
Vice-Chairman  of  Tokyo  Chamber  of 
Commerce  ;  one  of  the  founders  of 
the  Tokyo  Higher  Commercial 
School,  and  of  the  Tokyo  Asylum 
for  Aged  and  Foundlings  ;  in  re- 
cognition of  his  services  the  Go- 
vernment awarded  him  a  medal. 
Address :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

NITOBE,  Inazo  (KYOTO),  Author;  Prof, 
of  Kyoto  University;  ft.  1883.  Eihtc.: 
Sapporo  Agricultural  College;  Johns 
Hopkins  University,  Baltimore, 
U.S.A.  ;  Bonn.  For  several  years 
Professor  of  the  Sapppro  College 
and  later  official  at  F  o  m  o  s  a  ; 
Professor  of  Kyoto  University  since 
1904.  Publfwtions :  "  B  u  s  h  i  d  o  " 
which  has  been  translated  into 
several  languages;  "Nogyo  Hon- 
ron. "  Address ;  Kyoto  Japan. 

NIU-LENG-E,  Lieut.-General  <MUK- 
DI:N),  native  of  Manchuria.  Deputy 
Lieut.  -  General,  Bordered  Blue 
Banner  Corps,  Sept.,  1895 ;  do. 
Altch'uen,  Jan.,  1900  ;  do.,  Mukden, 
Sept.,  1901. 

NOBLE,  Lieut. -Commander  Frede- 
rick B.  (HoxoKox(j),  R.N. ;  in 
command  of  H.M.  river  gunboat 
"  Moorhen."  Lieutenant,  Dec.  31, 
1898  ;  appointed  to  command,  Jan. 
25,  1904.  Club:  Hongkong.  Ad- 
dress: H.M.S.  "Moorhen,"  Hong- 
kong. 

NOBLE,  Dr.  Joseph  W.  (HONGKONG), 
Dental  Surgeon.  Kesident  in  Colony 
over  19  years.  Club :  Hongkong. 
Address:  Bank  Buildings,  Hong- 
kong. 


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NOCH'INT'AI  (PEKING),  Deputy 
Superintendent,  Octroi ;  native  of 
Manchuria.  Deputy  Lieut.-General, 
Plain  Blue  Banner  Corps,  Oct.,  1898; 
Deputy  Superintendent,  Peking 
Octroi,  Dec.,  1904. 

NODZU,  General  Count  Michitsura 
(TOKYO),  b.  Nov.,  1840,atSatsuma. 
Fought  as  Colonel  in  Civil  War  of 
1877;  promoted  Lieut.-General,  1885; 
full  General,  1894  ;  commanded 
Hiroshima  Division  and  later  was 
Commander  of  First  Army  during 
Chino-Japanese  War,  1894-1895  ;  ap- 
pointed Inspector  -  General  of 
Education  ;  Commander  of  Fourth 
Army  in  Russo-Japanese,  War ; 
1904-1905.  Decoration  :  Several  Ja- 
panese. A  (hire: s <? :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

N06I,  General  Baron  Kiten  (TOKYO), 
b.  Nov.,  1849,  at  Choshu.  Fought  as 
Captain  in  Civil  War,  1877  ;  Com- 
mander of  Brigade  in  Chino-Japan- 
ese War,  1894-1895;  promoted  Lieut.- 
General,  1895 :  appointed  Comman- 
der of  2nd  Division,  Sendai,  1895;  Go- 
vernor-General of  Formosa,  1896  ; 
Commander  of  llth  Division,  Maru- 
game  ;  resigned  and  retired  to  priv- 
ate pursuits,  1900  ;  on  outbreak  of 
Russo-Japanese  War  was  appointed 
Commander  of  3rd  Army  which 
invested  and  took  Port  Arthur ; 
promoted  full  General,  1904 ;  cr. 
Baron,  1905.  Decorations :  1st  class 
of  the  Hohenzollern  Sword,  and 
several  Japanese.  Address:  Tokyo, 
Japan . 

NOGUCHI,  Shohin  (  TOKYO),  Lady 
Artist  ;  b.  Jan.,  1847,  at  Osaka. 
Devotes  herself  to  landscape  paint- 
ing. Address:  Tokyo,  Japan. 


NOMA,  Masalchi  (HONGKONG),  LL.M. 
Consul  for  Japan  ;  b.  Dec.  28,  18'J4, 
in  Kagoshima,  Satsuma  ;  m.  Kiyor 
c.  d:  of  Colonel  Hagiwara.  Ed-ue.  : 
Colombian  University,  Washington, 
D.C.,  U.S.A.  Was  Chancellor  to- 
Japanese  Legation  at  Washington, 
D.C.,  1887-91  :  Chancellor  to  Japan- 
ese Consulate-General  at  Mexico, 
1894-97  ;  Consul  for  Japan  at  Bom- 
bay, 1898-  1901  ;  left  for  Japan  on 
furlough,  April,  1906.  Decoration*  : 
6th  class  order  of  Sacred  Treasure, 
Club:  Hongkong.  Address  ;  Boweu 
Road,  Hongkong  ;  and  Shinriudo. 
Azabu,  Tokyo,  Japan. 

NOMURA,  Viscount  Yasushi  (TOKYO), 
Pi-ivy  Councillor  ;  b.  Aug.,  1842,  at 
Nagato.  Was  Minister  of  Home- 
Affairs,  1894-6  ;  Minister  of  Com- 
munications, 1896-7  :  raised  to  Privy 
Council,  1900 ;  created  Viscount, 
1887.  Address:  Tokyo,  Japan. 

NORMAN,  Rev.  Daniel  (NAGANO), 
Clergyman;  b.  March  10,  1864;  rn. 
May  23,  1901.  Kdue.  :  Aurora  High 
School  ;  graduated  in  arts,  To- 
ronto University ;  graduated  in 
theology,  Victoria  University, 
Ontario,  Canada.  Publications: 
Editor  of  "  Jinsei  "  (Voice  of  Man) 
published  in  Japanese.  Address: 
Nagano,  Shiushu,  Japan. 

NORMAN,  Henry  (SKUENDAH), 
Assistant  District  Officer ;  b.  Jan. 
11,  1877.  Passed  in  Law  and  Malay  ; 
Entered  Federated  Malay  States 
Civil  Service,  as  Cadet  at  Pahang, 
1899 ;  acting  assistant  District 
officer,  Raub,  1903  ;  assistant  Dis- 
trict officer,  Kuala  Kubu,  Selangor, 
1904  ;  acting  District  Officer,  RauU 


WHO'S  WHO  IN  THE  FAR  EAST  (JUSE)  1906-7. 


and  Matang,  1904  ;  assistant  District 
Officer,  Serendah,  190C.  Address: 
Serendah,  Selangor,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

NORRIS-NEWMAN,  Lt-Col.  Charles 
L.  W.  M.  (TiKXTSix),  F.K.G.S.  ;  In- 
telligence Officer,  Imperial  Russian 
Service  ;  b.  Aug.  22, 1852,  at  Elving- 
ton  Hall,  Yorkshire,  s.  of  late  C. 
Sherwood  Newman  and  Countess  de 
Rosa  Y.  Robyns  ;  m.  1st,  1874,  Anne 
Falkner,  of  Farnham  ;  2nd,  1900, 
Ethel  Finch.  Kduc. :  Sherborne  • 
Liibeck ;  Harrow.  Educated  for 
army  ;  left  for  France  and  went 
through  siege  of  Paris,  1870-71, 
being  decorated  by  M  a  r  e  c  h  a  1 
Trochu  ;  served  with  Don  Carlos  in 
Spain  and  afterwards  with  General 
Gordon  in  Egypt ;  in  South  Africa, 
1877  ;  Zululand  Campaign,  1879-80  ; 
present  at  Isandlwhana,  Gingin- 
hlou,  relief  of  Etshowe  Ulundi  ; 
first  Transvaal  war  1880-81  ;  Basuto- 
land  service,  1882;  Madagascar  with 
Gen.  Willoughby  ;  Zanzibar  and 
Central  Africa,  1884-91 ;  in  Mata- 
beleland,  1894  -  98  ;  Intelligence 
Officer,  Rhodesia  Horse ;  Staff 
officer  to  Acting  Administrator 
through  native  war,  1896 :  has 
been  special  war  correspondent  for 
the  "  Times,"  "  Pall  Mall  Gazette," 
"Standard"  and  "Daily  Mail  "  ;  left 
for  the  East  in  1900  ;  travelled  in 
Ceylon,  Straits,  China,  Japan  and 
Philippines ;  appointed  English 
instructor,  Russian  Naval  Staff, 
Port  Arthur,  1902 ;  witnessed  first 
naval  attacks  of  Japanese,  Feb.  8, 
1904  ;  travelled  through  Manchuria 
with  Russians  as  special  corres- 
pondent ;  appointed  to  bring  out 


first  Russian  Journal  in  Fnr  East 
4i  The  China  Review,"  which  stilt 
edits  ;  has  been  a  constant  con- 
tributor to  English  Magazines  and 
Periodicals;  is  P.P.G.S.W.  of 
Freemasons,  D.C.  Detor&tfont  ." 
Madagascar  1st  class  ;  Dannebrog 
3rd  class  ;  French  Medal  for  Valour  •• 
Egyptian  Medal  ;  Khedive's  bronze 
star ;  South  African  Medal  with 
clasp  ;  Rhodesian  Medal.  Publi- 
cation* :  "In  Zululand  with  the- 
British  "  ;  "  With  the  Boers  in  the 
Transvaal "  ;  "  The  Basuto  and  their 
Country"  ;  "  South  African  Stories"; 
"  Matabeleland."  Recreations:  Rid- 
ing, shooting,  philately.  Address: 
Tientsin,  North  China ;  Royal 
Geographical  Society,  London  ;  12, 
Perham  Road,  West  Kensington, 
London. 

NORTHCOTE,  Mowbray  Stafford. 

(HONGKONG),  b.  1860 ;  Secretary, 
Hongkong  Land  Reclamation  ;: 
Lieut.  Hongkong  Volunteer  Com- 
pany ;  Hon.  Secretary,  Volunteer 
Rifle  Association  ;  Hon.  Secretary, 
Hongkong  Society  for  Prevention 
of  Cruelty  to  Animals ;  Hon.  Sec- 
retary, Hongkong  Devonian  Soc- 
iety ;  Hon.  Treasurer,  Hongkong 
Amateur  Di-amatic  Club.  Arrived  in 
Hongkong,  May,  1892  ;  Club  : 
Hongkong.  Address  :  5,  Macdonell 
Road,  Hongkong. 

NOVAL,  Rev.  Francisco  R.  (HONG- 
KONG), Catholic  Priest  of  the 
Dominican  Order  ;  b.  Oct.  3,  1871. 
From  May  6, 1896,  Vice  Procurator, 
and  from  Feb.  14,  to  present,  Pro- 
curator for  the  Spanish  Dominican 
Missions  in  the  Far  East.  Address . 


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Spanish    Dominican    Procuration, 
32,  Caine  Road,  Hongkong. 

INO  YES,  Rev.  Henry  V.  (CAM  ON),  D.D.; 
Minister  and  Missionary  ;  b.  April 
24,1836;  HI,  Jan.  29,  1876.  Educ.  : 
Western  Reserve  University,  Ohio; 
U.S.A.  Has  been  at  Canton  since 
May  23,  1866;  spent  first  19  years 
in  itinerating  work  in  regions  of 
San-Ui,  San-Ning,  Yan-Ping  and 
Hir-Ping;  during  this  period 
established  six  out -stations  and 
two  churches  in  those  districts ; 
for  past  20  years  has  been  engaged 
in  educational  work  and  was  large- 
ly instrumental  in  establishing 
Presbyterian  High  School  and 
Theological  Seminary  at  Canton. 
J'ublicalions :  Concordance  of  New 
Testament  (Chinese);  was  one  of 
each  of  the  committees  who  pre- 
pared respectively  a  commentary 


upon  the  whole  of  the  New  and 
the  Old  Testament.  Address  : 
Canton,  China. 

NUNN,  Bernard  (MALACCA),  Federated 
Malay  States  Civil  Service.  Cadet, 
Straits  Settlements,  Nov.,  1900  ; 
acting  4th  Magistrate,  Singapore, 
July,  1904;  acting  District  Officer, 
Alor  Gajah,  Malacca,  Straits  Settle- 
ments. Address  :  Alor  Gajah, 
Malacca,  Straits  Settlements. 

NYE,  Percival  H.  (HONGKONG), 
Electrical  Engineer;  Manager 
Electrical  Department,  Wilks  and 
Jack  ;  b.  Surrey,  England.  Educ.  * 
Brighton  Grammar  School.  Was 
on  staff  of  General  Electric  Co.  of 
England  for  eight  years;  came  to 
Hongkong,  March,  1906.  Address  : 
Robinson  Road,  Kowloon,  Hong- 
kong. 


O'BRIEN-BUTLER,  Pierce  Essex 
(AMOY)  H.B.M.  Consul,  Hang- 
chow  ;  at  present  officiating  at 
Amoy,  b.  Nov.  15,  1858  ;  m.  Mary 
Millicent,  d.  of  late  Thomas  J.  O. 
Weatherston  of  Barwick-on-Tweed, 
and  Chiukiang.  Educ. :  Germany. 
Joine J  H.M.  Consular  Service, 
China,  in  1880,  as  a  student  interpre- 
ter ;  promoted  to  Consul,  1899  ; 
called  to  the  Bar,  Middle  Temple, 
1895  ;  Consul  at  Chefoo  until  April, 
1906,  when  transferred  to  Amoy. 
Address  :  H.B.M.  Consulate,  Amoy, 
China. 

O'BRIEN,  Frederick  (MANILA),  Journa- 
list and  Lawyer  ;  b.  1839  ;  m.  1897. 
Educ. :  Loyola  College,  Baltimore, 
Mil.,  U.S.A.  ;  University  of  Mary- 
land. After  leaving  college  spent 
two  years  in  travelling  about  world  ; 
news  Editor, lIonolidu"Advertiser," 
1900;  Western  ! Editor,  New  York 
"Commercial,"  1902;  travelled 
through  Orient  for  New  York 
"Commercial":  Editor  and  Pub- 
lisher, "  The  Cablenews,"  Manila, 
P.I.,  since  1902  ;  Correspondent  of 
New  York  "Herald"  in  Orient  for 
past  tlu-ee  years  ;  has  been  connect- 
ed with  journalism  since  1891. 
rublications  :  Magazine  articles 
and  contributions  to  local  journa- 


lism. Club*:  University,  Manila  : 
Array  and  Navy,  Manila  ;  Olympic 
Club,  San  Francisco,  California,. 
U.S.A.  Ad  tress:  University  Club,. 
Manila,  Philippine  Islands. 

O'CONNELL,  Hugues  Eustache 
Joseph  (THANH-PHO),  Resident  : 

Administrator,  2nd  class  ;  b.  March 
16,  1864.  Joined  Indo-China  Civil 
Service,  Nov.  28,  1885  ;  Adminis- 
trator, 4th  class,  July  1,  189S  : 
Administrator,  3rd  class,  Sept.  1, 
1898  ;  Administrator,  2nd  c  1  a  s  s, 
July,  25,  19J4.  Address:  Thanh- 
pho,  Gocong,  Cochin-China. 

0-ERH-K'O-MU,  General  (Ir,i)r 
Commandant  of  Sibe  V  o  r  c  e  s  , 
native  of  Manchuria.  Appointed, 
Commandant  of  Sibe  Forces,  M  ayr 
1901. 

OGATA,  Gekko  (TOKYO),  Artist ;  b. 
Sept.,  1855.  Address :  Tok  y  o,  Japan.. 

OGATA,  Prof.  Masanori  ( T  o  K  v  o),. 
Doctor  of  Medicine;?*.  Nov.,  1853,  in 
Kumam  o  t o  -ken.  Ed  tic.  :  in 
Germany,  1831-1834.  Professor  of 
Tokyo  Imperial  University.  Ad- 
dress :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

OGAWA,  General  Baron  (TOKYO);  />.. 
July,  IS'iS,  at  Kokura.  Was  Chief 
of  Staff  with  1st  Japanese  Army  in 

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Chino  -  Japanese  War  ;  had  com- 
mand of  Division  of  2nd  Army 
in  recent  Russo-Japanese  War ; 
wounded  at  Liaoyang  and  invalid- 
ed home ;  created  Baron,  1895. 
Decoration  :  3rd  class  of  Golden 
Kite.  Address:  Tokyo,  Japan. 

,  James  Frederik  (PAKHOI), 
Commissioner  of  Customs ;  b.  Oct. 
17,  1857.  Educ.  :  in  Denmark. 
Appointed  Assistant  in  Imperial 
Chinese  Customs  Service,  1877  ; 
Commissioner  of  Customs  in  Corea, 
from  1889  to  1900  and  at  Chinese 
ports,  from  1900  to  1904  ;  Chief 
Secretary,  Inspectorate  General  of 
Customs,  Peking,  from  1904.  British 
I'ro-Consul,  and  in  charge  of  Chin- 
ese interests  at  Won.san,  Corea, 
from  1894  to  1900.  Holds  Chinese 
•civil  rank  of  third  class  and  Corean 
patent  of  nobility  of  third  class. 
Clubs:  Royal  Societies  (Lond.); 
Peking  ;  Shanghai.  Decorations  : 
Double  Dragon  ( China ),  2nd 
division  ;  Corejin  patent  of  nobility 
3rd  class.  Address :  Inspectorate* 
General  of  Customs,  Peking,  China. 

DI8HI,  Masami  (TOKYO),  M.P. ;  b. 
April,  1855,  in  Tosa.  Minister  Re- 
sident to  Corea,  1892-1893;  Vice- 
Minister  of  Agriculture  and  Com- 
merce, 1896-1897  ;  again,  1898.  Ad- 
dress: Tokyo,  Japan. 

OKA,  Genkei  (TOKYO),  Doctor  of 
Medicine.  Educ. :  Tokyo  Imperial 
University,  Germany.  Is  Chief 
Physician-in-Waiting  to  the  Em- 
peror. Address:  Tokyo,  Japan. 

OKABE,  Viscount  (TOKYO),  Formerly 
Daiinyo  of  Kishiwada  ;  Member  of 


House  of  Peers;  b.  Nov.,  1851. 
Educ. :  America  and  England,  187."- 
1883.  Appointed  Councillor  of 
Japanese  Legation  at  London,  1886  ; 
Vice-Minister  of  Foreign  Affairs, 
1889-1890;  Minister  Plenipotentiary 
unattached,  1891;  Governor  of 
Tokyo-fu,  1894-1896;  created  Vis- 
count, 1884  ;  has  fiuanicial  interest* 
in  Corea.  Address:  Tokyo,  Japan. 

! 

OKAMURA,  Teruhiko  (TOKYO), 
LL.D.,  Solicitor;  b.  July,  1355, 
at  Osaka.  Educ.:  London,  1878- 
1881.  Appointed  President  of 
Yokohama  Local  Court ;  since,  1891, 
has  practised  privately;  was  de- 
spatched to  London  by  Govern- 
ment in  connection  with  Chishiroa- 
Ravenna  collision  case,  which  was 
decided  by  Privy  Council  in  favor 
of  Japan.  Address :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

O'KELLY,  Pierre  (QUANG-TCHEOU- 
WAN),  Commissairo  principal  de  2e 
classe,  Sous-Directeur  du  Com- 
missariat. Decoration  :  Chevalier 
de  la  Legion  d'Honneur,  Address  : 
Quang-Tcheou-Wan,  Kwaugsi  Pro- 
vince, China. 

I  OKU,  General  Baron  (TOKYO);  6.  Nov., 
1844.  Entered  Army,  1871 ;  distin- 
guished for  bravery  in  Civil  War  of 
1S77,  when  was  Major  ;  commanded 
5th  Army  Division  (Hiroshima)  in 
China-Japanese  War ;  was  ap- 
pointed Commander  of  Tokyo  Bay 
Defences,  Commander  of  the 
Eastern  Military  Districts  and 
other  high  commands,  promoted 
General,  1933  ;  attended  Dm  bar  at 
Delhi ;  Commander  in  Chief  of 
Second  Army  during  War  with 
Russia.  Decorations:  3rd  class  of 

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Golden  Kite,  etc.      Club:  Nobles, 
Tokyo.     Adding:  Tokyo,  Japan. 

OKDDA,  YoEhindo  (TOKYO),  M.P.; 
LL.D.;  b.  June.,  1860,  inTottori-ken. 
Educ. :  Tokyo  Imperial  University, 
lu  1884  appointed  official  of  Depart- 
ment of  Agriculture  anil  Commerce; 
promoted  Director  of  Patent  Bur- 
eau of  same  Department,  1890  ;  later 
appointed  Director  of  Official 
Gazette  Bureau  ;  Chief  Secretary  of 
Lower  House,  1896 ;  Vice-Minister 
of  Agriculture  and  Commerce, 
Vic  e-Miuister  of  Education,  1899  ; 
Director  of  Legislative  Bureau, 
1900-1902  ;  has  sat  in  House  since 
1903;  one  of  the  founders  of 
Hogaku-in  (Private  Law  College). 
Address:  Tokyo,  Japan. 

OKUMA,  Count  Shige-nobu  (TOKYO), 
M.P.  ;  Leader  of  Progressive  Party  ; 
b.  1838.  In  charge  of  Treasury 
Department,  1873-81;  Minister  for 
Foreign  Affairs,  1888;  was  entrusted 
with  duty  of  revising  Treaties  con- 
cluded before  Restoration  ;  upon 
terras  of  these  treaties  being  pub- 
lished attempt  at  assassination  was 
made  which  resulted  in  loss  of  one 
leg ;  after  sitting  in  opposition 
several  years  was  appointed  Minis- 
ter of  Foreign  Affairs  and  of 
Agriculture  and  Commerce,  1896 ; 
has  practically  led  the  Opposition  in 
Lower  House  since  1898;  renowned 
horticulturist ;  has  never  been  out 
of  Japan ;  created  Count,  1887. 
Address:  Tokyo,  Japan. 

OKUEA,  Kihachiro  (TOKYO),  Mer- 
chant; b.  Sept.,  1873,  at  Echigo ; 
early  in  Meiji  era  started  business 
in  arms  and  ammunition  ;  opened 


branch  in  London,  1874 ;  in  1890, 
founded  private  Business  School 
endowing  it  with  half  a  million 
yen  (£50,000).  Decoration:  !  3rd 
Order  of  Rising  Sun.  Address: 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

ONO,  Kozan  (TOKYO),  Chinese 
Scholar  ;  b.  1813,  at  Hikone.  Noted 
for  Chinese  verses  and  caligraphy  , 
was  granted  "court  title"  1890. 
Address:  Tokyo  Japan. 

ONO,  Kwokei  (YOKOHAMA),  Merchant ; 
b.  March,  1845,  at  Shinano.  Raw 
silk  exporter  ;  one  of  the  promoters 
of  Yokohama  Specie  Bank  ;  is  con- 
nected with  several  important 
undertakings  at  Yokohama.  Ad- 
dress: Yokohama,  Japan. 

0-OKA,  Ikuzo  (TOKYO),  M.P.  ;  b.  June, 
1856,  atChoshu.  Formerly  practised 
law  in  Tokyo ;  Chairman  of  City 
Council,  Tokyo  ;  proprietor  of 
"  Chu-o  "  ;  has  been  in  Lower  House 
since  first  session,  1890.  Address: 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

OLDORP,  K  (HONGKONG),  Manager  of 
local  branch  of  Hamburg  Amerika 
Linie.  Clubs:  Germania;  Hong- 
kong. Address:  King's  Buildings, 
Hongkong. 

0-LO-CHING-O,  Lieut. -General  (MER- 
GUEN),  native  of  Manchuria.  Taotai, 
Tientsin,  June,  1882 ;  Salt  Comp- 
troller, Chihli  ;  Judge,  Kwangtung, 
Dec.,  1891;  Treasurer,  Honan,  Dec., 
1894;  compulsorily  retired,  Nov., 
1898;  Deputy  Lieut.-General,  Hei- 
lung-ching,  Sept.,  1901;  ordered  to 
retire,  1902;  Deputy  Lieut.-General, 
Mo-erh-ken  (Merguen)  May,  1904. 


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O-LO-CHUN,  Lieut.  General  (NAN- 
KING), native  of  Manchuria.  As- 
sistant agent,  Ko'obdo,  May,  1892  ; 
vacated  post  through  illness,  Jan., 
189G  ;  Deputy  Lieut-General,  Nan- 
king, May,  1897  ;  do  Blue  Banner 
Corps,  Dec.,  1904. 

OMMANNEY,  Captain  Robert  N. 
(  HONGKONG  ),  B.N.  ;  Captain  of 
H.M.  first  class  cruiser  "Andro- 
meda." Promoted  to  present  rank, 
June  30,  1899 ;  appointed  to  com- 
mand, March  1,  1904.  Club  :  Hong- 
kong. Address:  H.M.S.  "Andro- 
meda," Hongkong. 

ORANGE,  J.  (HONGKONG),  M.I.C.E., 
M.I.M.E.,  M.  Amer.  Soc.  O.K.  ; 
Civil  Engineer  and  Architect. 
Senior  partner  in  firm  of  Leigh  and 
Orange.  Resident  in  colony  over 
23  years.  Club:  Hongkong.  Ad- 
dress; 1  Des  Vieux  Road  Central, 
Hongkong. 

ORME,  Geoffrey  Norman  (HONG- 
KONG), B.A.  Oxon.  Civil  Service;  b. 
April  14,  1878.  Educ.  :  Cheltenham 
College;  Hertford  College,  Oxford. 
•Arrived  in  Colony,  Jan.  1,  1902  ; 
assistant  Secretary  to  Sanitary 
Board,  Aug.  29,  1904  ;  Acting  Sec- 
retary, Sanitary  Board,  April,  1906  ; 
Acting  2nd  Police  Magistrate, 
April  13,  1905  ;  Acting  assistant 
Superintendent  of  Police  and 
Police  Magistrate,  New  Territories, 
since  Dec.  22,  1905.  Club:  Hong- 
kong. Address:  Hongkong. 

OSAKA,  Bishop  of  (*-<•    Foss,  RT.  Ri:v. 
Du.  HIGH  JAMKS). 

CSAWA,  Prof.  Kenji  (TOKYO),  Doctor 
of  Medicine:  Member  of  House  of 


Peers  ;  b.  July,  1852;  at  Mikawa. 
Educ.:  Germany,  1870-1874,  an  il 
1878-1882.  Since  1882  has  been  Pro- 
fessor of  the  Tokyo  Imperial  Un  i- 
versity.  Address :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

OSBORNE,  Hon.  Edward  (HONGKONG), 
Secretary,  Hongkong  and  Kowloon 
Wharf  and  Godowu  Co.;  Member  of 
the  Legislative  Council ;  ft.  Jan.  21. 
1861  ;  w.  Feb.,  1904,  Phyllis  Eliza,  ('. 
of  G.  Whettey,  of  Weybridge.  Educ. : 
St.  Anne's,  Streatham  Hill.  Was 
in  Solicitor's  Office  at  Durham, 
1879-1880  ;  P.  and  O.,  London  Office. 
1880-1882  ;  P.  and  O.,  Hongkong 
Office,  1882-1889 ;  Member  of  the 
Hongkong  Sanitary  Boaul,  19GO- 
1903  ;  Director  of  Hongkong  Hotel, 
Dairy  Farm,  Steam  Laundry,  and 
on  the  Consulting  Committee  of 
A.  S.  Watson  and  Co.  and  China 
Borneo  Co.  ;  appointed  member  of 
Legislative  Council,  May,  19C6- 
Clitb :  Hongkong.  Address:  The 
Peak,  Hongkong. 

OSBORNE,  James  Henry  (SIIAXGIIAI), 
Secretary,  S.  C.  Fariiham,  Boyd 
and  Co.,  Ltd.:  b.  Nov.  9,  1853. 
Hditc.:  Privately.  Been  in  China 
(Shanghai)  over  a  quarter  of 
a  century  and  witnessed  several 
stirring  events,  among  others 
the  late  riot,  where  served 
with  reserves  -.  Masonic  :  P.M.  1027. 
E.C.,  Senior  Installed  P.M.  M.M. 
ill  Shanghai  ;  P./.  129  S.C.  and  pro- 
moted Grand  Master  of  the  Royal 
Order  of  Scotland  for  China  and 
Colony  of  Hongkong  ;  one  of  the 
founders  of  the  Masonic  School, 
now  the  Shanghai  Public  School  ; 
President  of  the  Executive  Com- 
mittee of  the  Masonic  Hall. 


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Decorations :  Medal  for  active 
.service  with  Shanghai  Volunteers. 
Clubs :  Shanghai,  Race,  Masonic, 
and  most  sporting  clubs.  Address : 
108,  Range  Road,  Shanghai,  China. 

OSWALD,  John  C.  (FOOCHOW),  Mer- 
chant, and  Consul  for  The  Nether- 
lands ;  b.  1857  ;  w».  1896,  Nina  L.,  d. 
of  Rev.  A.  B.  Day,  Vicar  of  Fish- 
ponds, near  Bristol.  Educ. :  Lon- 
don and  Heidelberg.  Decoration : 
Double  Dragon,  first  class,  third 
grade.  Club:  Foochovv.  Address: 
Foochow,  and  Croydon,  Surrey, 
England. 

OTANI,  Kahei  (YOKOHAMA),  Merchant; 
b.  Dec.,  1844,  at  Ise.  Was  clerk  in 
foreign  tea  firm  at  Yokohama  ; 
commenced  tea  exportation  on 
his  own  account  many  years  ago  ; 
is  now  chairman  of  Japan  Tea 
Guild  and  President  of  4th  Bank, 
Yokohama.  Address:  Yokohama, 
Japan. 

OTANI,  Count  Kokei  (KYOTO),  Abbot ; 
b.  July,  1851,  at  Kyoto.  Is  Lord 
Abbot  of  East  Hong  wan  Temple  ; 
created  Count,  1896.  Address  : 
Kyoto,  Japan. 

OTANI,  Count  Kozui  (KYOTO),  Abbot ; 
b.  Dec.,  1876  at  Kyoto.  m.  Jan., 
1898,  Piincess  Kadzu-ko,  e.  sishr  of 
Japanese  Crown  Princess  and  d.  of 
Piince  Kujo.  Educ.:  in  Europe. 
Lord  Abbot  of  Western  Hong  wan 
Temple  ;  created  Count,  1903.  Ad- 
dress :  Kyoto,  Japan. 

OTORI,  Baron  (TOKYO),  Privy  Coun- 
cillor ;  b.  Feb.,  1833,  at  Harima. 
Fought  for  the  Shogunate  during 
Civil  War  ;  after  surrendering  was 


•2.-. 


imprisoned  for  two  years  ;  was 
appointed  an  official  of  Hokkaido 
Colonization  Board;  later  Secretary 
of  the  Public  Works  Department 
(since  abolished)  ;  was  President 
of  Peers'  School  ;  was  Minister  at 
Seoul  when  Chino-Japanese  War 
broke  out  ;  appointed  to  Privy 
Council  soon  after  ;  is  President  of 
Tokyo  Businessmen's  Corporation  ; 
created  Biron,  1900.  Address  : 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

OTTEWILL,  Herbert  Allan  (PEKING), 
1st  class  Assistant  H.B.M.  Consular 
Service.  Appointed  Student  Inter- 
preter in  China,  Aug.  29,  1894  ; 
acting  Vice-Consul  at  Chemulpo, 
Corea,  1898;  1st  class  Assistant, 
April  5,  1902;  Vice  -  Consul  at 
Tientsin,  Oct.  16,  1902  ;  discharged 
duties  of  Accountant  at  Peking, 
1902.  Address:  H.B  M.  legation, 
Peking,  China. 

OUGH,  Arthur  Hanry  (HONGKONG), 
A.M.I.C.E.,  A.R.I.B.A.;  architect; 
b.  June  11,  1863,  e.  s.  of  Henry  Ough, 
A.M.I.C.E.,  and  Anna  William  s 
Bartholomew,  his  wife  ;  m.  1897  to 
Annie,  d.  of  J.  M.  Goldie.  Educ.  : 
Stepney  Grammar  School.  Member 
of  the  Architects'  Association,  1878  ; 
associate  R.I.B.A.,  1891;  A.M. I.C.E., 
1901  ;  Assistant,  Metropolitan 
District  Railway,  1881 ;  Great 
Eastern  Railway,  1884;  arrived 
Hongkong,  1888,  joined  Danby  and 
Leigh  ;  partner  Henry  Ough  and 
Son,  1891,  and  joined  Leigh  and 
Orange,1901,  and  made  partner,  1905; 
examiner,  Royal  Sanitary  Institute 
(Hongkong  Branch)  ;  lecturer  on 
engineering  subjects.  Publi- 
cations :  Several  publications  on 
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drainage,  building  construction, 
sewage  disposal,  and  sanitation. 
Recreations :  Sailing,  and  model 
yacht  building.  Clubs:  Hongkong; 
Royal  Hongkong  Yacht.  Addrets  : 
Hongkong. 

OURA,  Kanetake  (TOKYO),  Member  of 
House  of  Peers ;  b.  at  Satsuma, 
May,  1850.  Appointed  Governor  of 
Shimane  -  ken,  1893  ;  subsequently 
Governor  of  several  Prefectures  ; 
Inspector-General  of  Metropolitan 
Police,  1898-1900  and  1901-1903  ; 
Minister  of  Communications  from 
Sept.,  1901  to  Jan.,  1996.  Address  : 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

OUSTON,  Geoffrey  (KUALA  LUMPUU), 
Acting  Assistant,  Land  Revenue 
Office  ;  b.  Jan.  1,  187S.  Passed  in 
Law  and  Malay  ;  cadet,  Federated 
Malay  States  Civil  Service,  1900  ; 
acting  assistant  District  Officer, 
Tanjong  Malim,  1903  ;  acting 
Financial  Assistant,  Krian,  1904  ; 
acting  Inspector  of  Schools,  Perak, 
1905  ;  present  post,  1906.  Address  : 
Kuala  Lumpur,  Selangor,  Fede- 
rated Malay  States. 

OUTRE Y,  Ernest  Amedee  Antoine 
Georges  (THUDAUMOT),  Resident ; 
Administrator,  1st  class  ;  b.  April 
11,  1863.  Joined  Civil  Service  of 
Indo-China,  Oct.  10, 1884  ;  Adminis- 
trator, 4th  class,  Aug.  1,  1889  ;  Ad- 
ministrator, 3rd  class,  Feb.  4,  1891  ; 
Administrator,  2nd  class,  Sept.  1, 
189S  ;  Administrator,  1st  class,  Feb. 
4,1901.  Decoration:  Chevalier  de 
la  Legion  d'Honneur  ;  O  ffi  c  i  e  r 
d' Academic.  Address :  Thudaumot, 
Province  de  Thudaumot,  Cochin- 
China. 


OWEN,  John  Fortescue  (KUALA- 
LIPIS),  Acting  District  Officer; 
b.  July  28,  1889.  Entered  Federated 
Malay  States  Civil  Service  as 
Junior  O  ffi  c  e  r  ,  Pahang,  1889  ; 
acting  assistant  Collector  and 
Magistrate,  Kuala  Pahang,  Oct., 
1889;  acting  Collector  and  Ma- 
gistrate at  Rompin,  Temerloh, 
Kuantan,  Kuala  Pahang,  1889-1893  ; 
Collector  and  Magistrate,  Kuantan, 
Aug.,  1893 ;  Superintendent,  Ulu 
Pahang,  1896  ;  District  Officer, 
Coast  of  Negri  Sembilan,  1899; 
acting  Secretary  to  Resident, 
Senior  Magistrate,  Warden  of 
Mines,  and  Protector  of  Chinese, 
Pahang,  1901  ;  acting  District 
Officer,  Kuala  Lipis;  Senior  Ma- 
gistrate, and  Registrar  of  Titles, 
Pahang,  since  1903.  Address: 
Kuala  Lipis,  Pahang,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

OYAMA,  Marquis  Marshal  (TOKVO), 
O.M.;  ex- Commander  in  Chief  of 
Mauchurian  Army  ;  6.  Oct.,  1842, 
at  Satsuma.  Fought  with  the  Im- 
perialist forces  during  war  prece- 
ding Restoration  ;  commanded 
Brigade  in  Civil  War  of  1877  : 
promoted  Lieut.  -  General,  1878  ; 
promoted  full  General,  1891 ;  Com- 
mander in  Chief  of  Second  Army 
which  took  Port  Arthur  and  Wei- 
hai-wei  in  Chino  -  Japanese  War 
1894-1895;  created  Marquis,  1895; 
promoted  Marshal,  1898  ;  Chief  of 
General  Staff,  1898  ;  resigned  early 
in  1904  to  become  Commander  in 
Chief  of  Manchuriau  Army,  Japan- 
Russia  War,  1904-1906  ;  was  largely 
instrumental  in  bringing  the  Japan- 
ese army  to  present  .state  of 


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<  ffi;  iency  ;  was  accorded  the  Order 
of  Merit  by  His  Majesty,  King  Ed- 
ward,  May,  1906.  Decorations:  2nd 
class  Golden  Kite  ;  Grand  Order  ; 
Order  of  Merit.  Address:  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

OYAMA,  Tsunasuke  (TOKYO),  Minis- 
ter  at  Rome;  b.  Jan.,  1853,  at 
Kagoshima.  Appointed  Legation 
Councillor  at  Rome  and  Paris,  1878- 
1879 ;  promoted  Secretary  of  Lega- 
tion at  London,  1884 ;  Private 
Secretary  'to  Foreign  Minister, 
1886  ;  Secretary  of  Legation  at 
Paris,  1838  ;  appointed  Minister  at 
the  Hague,  1892;  later  at  Vienna; 
finally  at  Rome,  1899.  Address : 
Japanese  Legation,  Rome,  Italy, 
and  Tokyo,  Japan. 

OZAKI,YukiO  (TOKYO),  M.P.;  Mayor 
of  Tokyo  ;  b.  Nov.,  1859;  m.  1905,  d. 


of  Baron  Sabnro  Ozaki.  Formerly 
a  journalist ;  was  one  of  politicians 
who  brought  about  present  system 
of  party  Government;  was  expelled 
from  Tokyo  by  reactionary  Govern- 
ment, 1887,  and  visited  England  ; 
has  sat  in  Lower  House  since  first 
session  of  Diet ;  appointed  Chief 
Councillor,  Foreign  Office,  1896 ; 
Minister  of  Education,  June,  1898  ; 
elected  Mayor  of  Tokyo  1904. 
Address :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

OZAKI,  Baron  Saburo  (TOKYO),  Mem- 
ber of  House  of  Peers  ;  b.  Jan., 
1842,  in  Kyoto-fu.  Formerly  in 
Japanese  Government  Service  ; 
was  one  of  the  promoters  of  Seoul- 
Fusan  Railway ;  rendered  dis- 
tinguished service  in  connection 
with  Restoration  ;  was  created 
B-*ron,  1896.  Address  :  Tokyo, 
Japan. 


PAHANG,  Sultan  of  O<-:  MAATHO.N, 
II.  H.  SIR  AHMAD  SHAH). 

PAGET,  Ralph  Spencer  (BANGKOK), 
C.M.G.;  H.B.M.  Minister;  b.  Nov. 
26, 1864  ;  «.  of  Sir  Augustas  Berkeley 
Paget,  G.C.B.  Educ.  :  Eton. 
Nominated  Attache,  1888  ;  appoin- 
ted to  Vienna,  1888 ;  to  Cairo,  1889  ; 
employed  at  Zanzibar,  1891  .-92  ; 
transferred  to  Washington,  1892  ; 
to  Tokyo,  1893  ;  promoted,  2nd  Sec- 
retary, 1895 ;  transferred  to  Cairo, 
1899;  to  Munich,  1900;  to  Con- 
stantinople, 1901 ;  to  Guatemala, 
1901 ;  to  Bangkok,  1902 ;  has  been 
Minister  at  Bangkok  since  1904. 
Club:  St.  James.  Address:  H.B.M. 
Legation,  Bangkok,  Siam. 

PAINTER,  Major  Arnaud  Clarke 
(HONGKONG),  Officer  Commanding 
Hongkong  Co.,  Royal  Engineers  ; 
b.  Sept.  2,  1863.  Lieut.  R.E.,  July 
28, 1883  :  Capt.,  Get,  18,  1891 ;  Major, 
April  1,  1900.  Club:  Hongkong, 
Address:  Military  Headquarters, 
Hongkong. 

P'AN'HSIAO-SU  (KANSU),  ex-Governor; 
native  of  Hunan.  Prefect  of 
Ti-hua,  Kansu ;  Chen-ti  Tao,  do., 
1896;  Judicial  Commissioner,  do. 
spring,  1901 ;  Financial  Com- 
missioner, New  Dominion,  Jan., 


1901;  Governor,  do.,  Oct.,  1902r 
degraded | and  sent  to  work  on  roads 
for  peculation,  Sept.,  1905. 

PARDON,  Edward  R.  S.  (NAGASAKI), 
Journalist  :  b.  Turnchapel,  South 
Devon,  1873,  4th  s.  of  John  Pardon, 
of  Portsmouth  :  m.  to  Eva,  .//.  e/. 
of  late  John  Evans,  of  Milford 
Haven.  Educ. :  Portsmouth.  Came 
East  in  1903;  Editor  of  "  Nagasaki 
Press,"  since  Jan.,  1904.  Addn-**: 
Nagasaki,  Japan. 

PARLANE,  William  (HONGKONG). 
M.I.M.K.,  Manager,  Hongkong  Ice 
Co.,  Ltd. ;  b.  1845,  at  Glasgow, 
Scotland.  Served  apprenticeship 
as  Mechanical  Engineer  at  Dal- 
mouach  and  with  Messrs  Denny  and 
Co.,  Dumbarton  ;  in  1867  and  186ST 
was  chief  Engineer  in  the  Argentine 
Navy,  and  as  a  spectator  was  several 
times  under  fire  in  Paraguay  in  the- 
war  between  the  allied  Brazilian 
and  Argentine  forces  against  the 
Paraguayans ;  in  1869  came  to- 
China  round  the  Cape  of  Good 
Hope  as  Chief  Kngineer  of  one  of 
Jardine,  Matheson  &('o.'s  steamers; 
has  been  Manager  of  the  Hong- 
kong Ice  Co.  from  1884.  Add*'**  : 
East  Point,  Hongkonjr. 

PARLETT.  Harold  George  (NAGASAKI), 
1st  class  Assistant,  H.B.M.  Con- 


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sular  Service.  Appointed  Student 
Interpreter  in  Japan,  Aug.,  21, 
1890;  acting  Registrar  in  Court, 
Yokohama,  1898  ;  acting  Consul  at 
Nagasaki,  1898  ;  acting  Registrar  in 
Court,  Yokohama,  1898  to  1899; 
employed  as  assistant  in  Japanese 
Secretary's  Office,  Tokyo,  1899  ; 
acting  Japanese  Secretary,  1902  to 
1903 ;  promoted  1st  Assistant,  May 
21, 1903;  acting  Consul  at  Nagasaki, 
1906.  Address:  H.B.M.  Consulate, 
Nagasaki,  Japan. 

PARR,  Cecil  William  Chase  (BATANG 
PA  DANG),  Acting  District  Officer; 
b.  Dec.  4,  1871.  Entered  Federated 
Malay  States  Civil  Service  as 
Junior  Officer,  1889;  acting  assis- 
tant Protector  of  Chinese,  Kinta, 
1890 ;  Officer  in  Charge,  Sungei 
Sitiawan,  1892  ;  Land  Officer,  Krian, 
April,  1892;  assistant  Collector  of 
Land  Revenue,  Krian,  1893;  acting 
assistant  Magistrate,  Gopeng,  and 
assistant  Magistrate,  Ipoh,  1894 ; 
acting  Collector  of  Land  Revenue, 
Kinta,  1895 ;  assistant  Magistrate, 
Selama,  and  acting  assistant  Dis- 
trict Magistrate,  Lower  Perak  and 
Gopeng,  1896;  District  Officer, 
T  ampin,  1897  ;  acting  District 
Officer,  New  Territory  and  Lower 
Perak,  1904  ;  acting  District  Officer, 
liatang  Padang,  1906.  Club  : 
Sports,  London.  Address:  Batang 
Padang,  Perak,  Federated  Malay 
States. 

PARR,  William  Randall  M'Donnell 
(HONGKONG),  Commissioner  of  I. M. 
Customs;  b.  May  7,  1865;  ?«.  1902, 
Mollie.  only  d.  of  Rev.  Canon 
White-Bell,  M.A.,  Doone  House, 
Doone,  Co.  Limerick.  Educ.  : 


Privately.  Assisted  in  defence  of 
Foreign  Settlement,  Wuhu,  during 
Yangtze  Riots,  1891 ;  on  special 
service  with  Chinese  Forces  during 
Chino-Japanese  war,  1894  ;  com- 
manded services  Coy.  3,  R.  I. 
Rifles  and  subsequently  served 
with  llth  Battn.  M.I.  during  Boer 
War,  1900-3 ;  was  Chinese  Joint 
Commissioner  with  Tibet  Frontier 
Commission  ;  member  Royal  Socie- 
ty ;  eldest  son  ( Randal  Robert 
M'Donnell)  b.  1903  at  Yatung, 
Tibet,  elevation  10,000  ft.,  is  1st 
British  subject  born  on  Tibetan 
soil.  Decorations:  Civil  Rank  of 
the  3rd  class,  China ;  I.C.O.  of  the 
Double  Dragon,  3rd  division. 
Clubs  :  Junior  Naval  and  Military  ; 
Hongkong.  Address.  Mount 
Gougli,  The  Peak,  Hongkong. 

PARRY-JONES  (see:  JONES,  GEOFFREY 
L.  PARRY-). 

PART,  Dr.  John  Shepley  <SKIU-:MHAN), 
M.R.C.S.,  L.R.C.P.,  L.S.A.,  London, 
M.D.,  Brussels;  District  Surgeon; 
b.  Oct.  27,  1864.  District  Surgeon, 
Ulu  Selangor,  1899;  Surgeon  in 
Charge,  Kajong-Seremban  Railway- 
Extension,  1901;  District  Surgeon, 
Seremban,  and  assistant  Protector 
of  Labour  and  Immigration  Agent, 
1902;  acting  State  Surgeon,  Negri 
Serabilan,  1903;  District  Surgeon, 
Seremban,  1906.  Address:  Serem- 
ban, Negri  Sembilan,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

PATRICK,  Dr.    Henry    Cowper 

(SHANGHAI),  M.B.,  C.M.,   Glasgow  ; 

Medical  Practitioner;  b.  Aug.  12, 
1871.  Educ. :  Glasgow  High  School ; 
Glasgow  University ;  at  Paris  ami 


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Vienna.  Secretary  of  State's  Medi- 
cal Officer  for  Plague  and  Famine, 
Bombay  Presidency,  1898  - 1901. 
Club:  Shanghai.  Address:  1,  Nan- 
king Road,  Shanghai,  China. 

PEACOCK,  Walter  (SINGAPORE),  B.A.; 
Straits  Settlements  Civil  Service. 
Educ.:  Trinity  Hall,  Cambridge. 
Cadet,  Straits  Settlements,  Nov., 
1898  ;  passed  final  examination  in 
Chinese,  June,  1901 ;  acting  2nd 
assistant  Protector  of  Chinese,  Pe- 
nang,  July,  1901 ;  acting  District 
Officer,  Christmas  Island,  Dec., 
1902  ;  acting  3rd  Magistrate,  Singa- 
pore, June,  1903 ;  appointed  to 
Class  V.,  Sept.,  1903.  Address: 
Singapore,  Straits  Settlements. 

PEARCE,  Rev.  Thomas  William 
(HONGKONG),  Missionary  of  London 
Miss.  Soc. ;  b.  1855.  Arrived  at 
Canton,  1879  ;  was  connected  with 
missionary  work  at  Canton  until 
5893,  when  was  transferred  to 
Hongkong ;  acting  Inspector  of 
Schools,  Hongkong,  1898  and  1900  ; 
examiner  at  Queen's  College,  1897 
and  1898  ;  member  of  committee  on 
interpretation,  1899-1900  ;  appointed 
to  board  of  examiners  in  Chinese, 
Jan.  14,  1897.  Addrens:  London 
Mission,  Hongkong. 

PEARSE,  Dr.  Wilfred  William  (Ho.\<;- 
KONG),  M.B.,  C.M.,  D.P.H.,  Dm., 
M.D.,  Aberdeen,  1906 ;  Assistant 
Medical  Officer  of  Health  ;  &.  Sept. 
16,  1870.  Arrived  in  Colony,  1901  ; 
acting  Medical  Officer  of  Health, 
Sanitary  Superintendent  and  Su- 
perintendent of  Statistics,  1903. 
Club:  Hongkong.  Address:  Health 
Department,  Hongkong. 


PEART,  Dr.  Stuart  Patrick  (TUMID, 
M.B.,  C.M.  Kdin. ;  District 
Surgeon  ;  b.  June  21,  1865.  District 
Surgeon,  Krian,  Lower  Perak  and 
Gopeng,  1896-1900;  acting  District 
Surgeon,  Larut,  1900 ;  District 
Surgeon,  Batang  Padang,  1908 ;  ap- 
pointed to  present  post,  1900.-  Ad- 
dress: Tapah,  Perak,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

PEDLEY,  Rev.  Hilton  (MAEMASHJ.), 
Missionary  and  Minister;  b.  June 
14,  1862  ;  ?/«.  Martha  Johnson  Clark. 
Educ.  :  Ontario  Public  Schools ; 
McGill  University,  Montreal  (gold 
medallist).  After  graduating  came 
to  Japan  a*  a  missionary  in  1889  . 
was  stationed  at  Nugata  for  11 
years  and  subsequently  at 
Maebashi ;  in  1897-98  was  a  graduate 
student  at  Yale  University.  Ad- 
dress :  Maebashi,  Joshu,  Japon. 

PEDLEY,  Major  Stanhope  Humphrey 
(  HONGKONG  ),  2nd  Queen's  Own 
(Royal  West  Kent) ;  b.  Oct.  2,  1865  ; 
Lieut.,  Royal  West  Kent  Regt., 
1886;  Capt,,  Sept.,  1895;  Major, 
Mar.,  1904 ;  took  part  in  operations 
on  N.  W.  Frontier  of  India,  1897-8. 
Ue  co  rat  ions  :  Medal  with  clasp. 
Club:  Hongkong.  Address:  Mili- 
tary Headquarters,  Hongkong. 

PEIRCE,  Robert  (SINGAPORE), 
M.I.C.K.;  Municipal  Engineer;  b. 
Jan.  21,  1863.  Edvc. :  Manchester, 
England.  During  1880-1891  engaged 
on  construction  of  Drainage,  Water 
Works,  Bridges  and  Tramways 
in  Lancashire,  Worcestershire, 
Warwickshire  and  Herefordshire, 
notably  Nelson  Waterworks 
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K  lee  trie  Tramways;  Barrow  in 
Furness  Tramways ;  Kidderminster 
Waterworks  and  Sewerage  Works, 
and  Hereford  Sewerage  ;  prepared 
scheme  and  despatched  all  ma- 
terials and  plant  for  Water  Supply 
of  Pretoria,  South  Africa  ;  prepared 
scheme  for  Sewerage  of  Cape 
Town,  Woodstock,  \Vynberg,  Ron- 
debosch  and  for  K  imberley,  South 
Africa  ;  appointed  Municipal  En- 
gineer, Penaug,  by  General  Sir 
Andrew  Clarke,  in  1891  ;  resigned  to 
take  up  appointment  of  Municipal 
Engineer,  Singapore,  in  1901 ;  during 
service  in  Straits  Settlements  has 
designed  and  constructed  Roads, 
Bridges,  Sea  Walls,  Reservoirs, 
Drains,  Abattoirs,  Sewerage  Sys- 
tems and  Jetties  ;  last  work  being 
the  raising  of  dam  of  Impounding 
Heservoirs  :  is  a  Member  of  In- 
corporated Association  of  Muni- 
cipal and  County  Engineers  ; 
British  Association  of  Water  Works 
Engineers,  and  Society  of  En- 
gineers. Club  :  Sports,  London. 
Address:  Municipal  Office,  Singa- 
pore, Straits  Settlements. 

PENNEFATHER,  Lieut. -Colonel  Ed- 
ward Graham  (SINGAPORE),  In- 
spector-General of  Police  ;  b.  Felt. 
12,  1850 ;  ni.  Nov.  19,  1885,  Mary,  d- 
of  Rev.  J.  L.  Crompton.  Kdttf.  : 
Harrow  ;  Exeter  College,  Oxford. 
Gazetted  sub.  -  Lieutenant,  6th 
(Inniskilling)  Dragoons,  April  23, 
187.S ;  on  special  service  in  Zulu 
War,  1879  ;  commanded  advanced 
posts  in  operations  in  Zululand, 
1888  (honourably  mentioned, 
brevet  Lieutenant  -  Colonel)  ;  As- 
sistant Commissioner  and  Pre- 


sident Magistrate,  Ngutu  District 
of  Zululand,  Nov.,  1888,  to  April, 
1889 ;  appointed  to  command 
pioneer  expedition  which  took 
possession  of  Mashonaland,  1890, 
and  in  command  of  B.S.A.  Co.'s 
Police  to  Dec.,  1892  :  Inspector 
General  of  Police,  Straits  Settle- 
ments, since  March,  1895.  Club : 
Army  and  Navy,  Pall  Mall,  S.W. 
Address:  Singapore;  Straits  Settle- 
ments. 

PENNEY,  Clifford  Ernest  (BANGKOK), 

Solicitor ;  b.  Oct.  28,  1881,  at  Graves- 
end,  s.  of  Stephen  Penney,  J.P. ; 
1  .  -in.  Oct.  26,  1965,  Cecil  Georgina 
Frances,  d.  of  William  Rowdstone. 
Edwf. :  Cumberland  House  school, 
Milton,  near  Gravesend,  Kent. 
Admitted  a  Solicitor  to  Supreme 
Court  in  England,  March  25,  1904  \ 
appointed  Judicial  Assistant  at 
Ministry  of  Justice,  Siam,  March 
26,  1904  ;  Judicial  Adviser  to  Police 
Courts  in  Bangkok  Province,  Nov. 
5,  1904  •  Judicial  Adviser  to  Mon- 
thon  Pyap  (Northern  Siam),  Dec.  8 
1905.  Club  :  British,  Ban  gkok  . 
Address:  Bangkok,  Siam. 

j  PENNEY,  Hon.  Frederick  Gordon 
(SINGAPORE),  M.A. ;  Treasurer, 
Straits  Settlements,  and  Resident 
Councillor,  Malacca ;  «.  of  late 
Lord  Kinloch,  of  Scottish  Bench 
Edue. :  Trinity  College,  Gleual- 
iiidiiil ;  Edinburgh  University. 
Appointed  Cadet  in  service  of 
Straits  Settlements  Government, 
1876  ;  Resident  Councillor,  Malacca, 
since  1904.  Clubs :  W  i  n  d  h  a  m  ; 
Sports;  Conservative,  Edinburgh. 
Address :  Treasury,  Singapore 
Straits  Settlements. 


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PENNEY,  William  Hughes  (LABI  AN), 
Deputy  Governor.  Educ. :  Hymer's 
College,  Yorkshire.  Appointed  to 
Treasury  Department,  British 
North  Borneo,  July,  1888  ;  acting 
Treasurer-General,  1891  ;  Postmas- 
ter General,  1895;  District  Magi- 
strate, 1896  ;  acting  Resident,  Pro- 
vince Alcock,  1898;  Protector  of 
Chinese  and  Member  of  Council, 
1901;  Superintendent  of  Customs, 
1902  ;  Resident  and  Deputy-Govern- 
or, Labuan,  Jan.,  1903.  Address : 
Labuan,  Borneo. 

PENROSE,  Frank  Philip  (MALACCA), 
Straits  Settlements  Civil  Service. 
Acting  Superintendent  of  Works, 
and  Surveys,  Malacca,  Straits 
Settlements,  Aug.  2,  1894 ;  assistant 
Superintendent  of  Works,  Province 
Wellesley,  Oct.  18,  1897;  Super- 
intendent of  AVorks  and  Surveys, 
Malacca,  Oct.  1,  1903.  Address: 
Malacca,  Straits  Settlements. 

PERAK,  Sultan  Of  (see:  SHAM,  His 
HIGHNESS  SIR  IDRIS  MERSID-EL- 
AAZAM  ). 

PEREIRA,  Major  George  Edward 
(PEKING),  D.S.O. :  Military  Attache, 
H.B.M.  Legation  ;  b.  Jan.  26,  1865. 
Entered  Grenadier  Guards,  as 
Lieutenant,  Aug.  23,  1884 ;  pro- 
moted to  Captain,  Nov.  4,  1896; 
Major,  May  2,  1900 ;  was  on  special 
service  in  China,  Nov.  20,  1900,  to 
Feb.  2T,  1902;  temporary  Military 
Attache",  Seoul,  Jan.  19,  1904,  to 
March  16,  1905;  attached  to 
Japanese  Army  in  Manchuria, 
March  17,  1905,  until  close  of  war  ; 
Military  Attache,  Peking,  1905 ;  was 
slightly  wounded  in  the  Boxer 


Campaign,  near  Tientsin,  1900 
(mentioned  in  despatches,  and 
D.S.O.)  ;  took  part  in  operations 
in  Transvaal  and  Cape  Colony  in 
May,  1902.  Decorations :  China 
Medal  with  clasp  ;  Queen's  Medal 
with  three  clasps.  A  d  d  r  e  *  *  : 
H.B.M.  Legation,  Peking,  China. 

PEREIRA,  M.  C.  Goncalvea  (TOKYO), 
Minister  Resident  for  Brazil.  Ad- 
dress: Brazilian  Legation,  3, 
Aoicho,  Akasaka,  Tokyo,  Japan. 

PERKINS,  Thomas  Luff  (HONGKONG), 
A.M.I.C.E.  ;  Executive  Engineer, 
Public  Works  Department ;  b.  Sept. 
21,  1867.  Divisional  Engineer, 
Corporation  of  Bristol,  1892-1899; 
Divisional  Engineer,  County  of 
Middlesex,  1899-1904  ;  arrived  in 
Colony,  1904.  Club:  Hongkong. 
Address:  Public  Works  Depart- 
ment, Hongkong. 

PETER,  J.  C.  (HONGKONG),  Banker ; 
sub -Manager  of  Hongkong  and 
Shanghai  Banking  Corporation, 
Ltd.  Resided  in  the  East  over  20 
years.  Club:  Hongkong.  Address: 
Peak  Road,  Hongkong. 

PETTEE,  Dr.  James  H.  (OKAYAMA), 
Clerical  Missionary ;  b.  July  16, 
1851,  at  Manchester,  U.S.A.  ;  in. 
Aug.  1,  1878,  Belle  Wilson.  Educ: 
Dartmouth  College,  New  Hamp. ; 
Andover  Theological  Seminary, 
Mass.  Missionary  of  A.B.C.F.M.  in 
Japan,  since  1878  ;  residence,  since 
1879,  Okayama,  where  has  been 
senior  Missionary  since  1888;  Pastor, 
since  1889  of  Mission  Church  of 
Christ  in  Japan  ;  closely  associated 
with  Mr.  J.  Ishii,  founder  ;md 


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present  Superintendent  of  Oka- 
yaina  Orphanage  ;  oldest  and 
largest  Protestant  Orpha,nge  in 
Japan,  378  children  at  present ;  one 
of  three  foreigners  on  Board  of  ten 
trustees  ;  Treasurer,  Japan  Union 
of  Christian  Endeavour;  English 
editor  of  "Japan  Endeavour;" 
regular  Japan  correspondent  of 
"Congregationalist"  and  "Christian 
World,"  of  Boston,  Mass.  ;  chair- 
man, during  1905,  of  Missionary 
Association  of  Central  Japan ; 
chairman  for  1906  of  Japan  Mission 
of  the  A.B.C.F.M.;  life  mem.  Asiatic- 
Society  of  Japan  ;  mem.  Red.  Cross 
Society.  Publications:  "  A  Chapter 
of  Mission  History  in  Modern 
Japan,"  "  Mr.  Ishii  and  His 
Orphanage."  Address  :  Okayama, 
Japan. 

PFOUNDES,  Capt.  C.  J.  W.  (KOBK), 
Agent,  Merchant  Service  Guild  ;  b. 
1823.  Served  in  British  navy  ;  ar- 
rived in  Japan,  1864  ;  attached  to 
British  Consulate  at  Nagasaki; 
British  Legation  at  Tokyo;  held 
other  official  positions ;  after  re- 
maining in  England  for  some  time, 
during  which  lectured  extensively 
upon  Japan  and  founded  Japan 
Society  in  London,  returned  to 
Kobe,  1903.  Address:  Kitano-cho, 
Kobe,  Japan. 

PHELIPS,  Hugh  Richard  (HONG- 
KONG), Local  Auditor;  b.  Jan.  6, 
1869;  m.  Feb.  24,  1903,  Jacquette 
Edith,  i/.  d.  of  Rev.  George  Lambe, 
of  Highlands,  Ivy  Bridge,  Devon. 
Educ. :  Weymouth  College;  Queen's 
College,  Oxford.  Local  Auditor, 
Niger  Coast  Protectorate,  West 
Africa,  Oct.  27,  1894  ;  assistant 


Auditor,  East  Africa  Protectorate, 
Dec.  4,  1896  ;  Local  Auditor, 
Uganda,  April  29,  1897  ;  Local 
Auditor,  East  Africa  Protectorate, 
Dec.  2J,  1901  ;  Local  Auditor, 
Hongkong,  Nov.  1,  1904;  arrived  in 
Colony  Dec.  23,  1904 ;  appointed 
J.P.,  1905.  Decoration  :  Uganda 
Mutiny  Medal  and  clasp,  1897-98  ; 
Clubs:  Sports,  London;  Hongkong. 
A  dili-ess:  72  Mount  Kellet,  Hong- 
kong. 

PHILLIPS,  Thomas  Morgan  (SHANG- 
HAI), Barrister  -  at  -  Law.  Educ.  : 
Privately  ;  Trinity  Hall,  Cambridge. 
Called  to  Bar,  Middle  Temple, 
June,  1883 ;  arrived  in  Shanghai, 
June,  1898,  and  became  member  of 
firm  Drummond,  White,  Cooper 
and  Phillips ;  practised  at  Hong- 
kong Bar  from  Dec.,  1901  to  Nov., 
1903,  when  returned  to  Shanghai. 
Club  :  New  Oxford  and  Cambridge. 
Address:  11,  Peking  Road,  Shang- 
hai, China. 

PIGOTT,  Francis  Joseph  (PKNANG), 
A.M.I.C.E.  ;  Deputy  Surveyor 
General ;  b.  June  27,  1865.  Tracing 
Officer,  Ceylon,  1887 ;  District  En- 
gineer, Maradankadawila,  1888 ; 
District  Engineer,  Amradhapura, 
1892  ;  District  Engineer,  Batticaloa, 
1893 ;  2nd  assistant  Financial  Office, 
Ceylon,  1895;  seconded  as  Acting 
Municipal  Engineer,  Colombo, 
1986;  District  Engineer  Kalutara, 
1897 ;  District  Engineer,  Matale, 
1899;  Acting  Provincial  Engineer 
Southern  Province,  1902;  Acting 
Provincial  Engineer,  Eastern  Pro- 
vince, 1903  ;  Provincial  Engineer, 
1904;  Acting  Assistant  Director  of 
Public  Works  Department,  Ceylon, 


Pig 


WHO'S  WHO  is  THE  FAR  EAST  (.JUNE; 


1904  ;  Deputy  Colonial  Engineer 
and  Deputy  Surveyor  General,  Pe- 
nang,  1905.  Address  :  Penally, 
Straits  Settlements. 

PIGGOTT,  Sir  Francis  Taylor  (H..MJ- 
KONK).  Kt.,  M.A.,  LL.JI. ;  Chief 
Justice,  Supreme  Court  of  Hong- 
kong ;  b.  April  25,  1852,  X.  of  Key. 
Francis  Allen  Piggott,  of  Worthing ; 
n>.  Mattel  Waldron,  e.  (/.  of  Jasper, 
Wilson  Johns,  J.P.,  D.L.  Kduc.: 
Paris;  Worthing  College ;  Trinity 
College,  Cambridge.  Called  to  the 
Bar,  1874 ;  special  mission  to  Italy, 
1887 ;  Legal  Adviser  to  Prime  Minis- 
ter of  Japan,  1887-1891;  Secretary 
to  the  Attorney  -  General,  Sir 
Charles  Russell,  M.P.,  on  the 
Bearing  Sea  Arbitration,  1893  ;  act- 
ing Chief  Judge,  Mauritius,  1895- 
1897 ;  Procureur  and  Advocate- 
General,  Mauritius,  1894-1905;  pre- 
sent position  since  1906.  Decoration  : 
*  Kt.  (1905).  Publication*:  Foreign 
Judgments,  Vol.  I.,  1879;  Vol.  II., 
1881 ;  2nd  Ed.,  I  Vol.,  1884;  Princi- 
ples of  Law  of  Torts,  1885;  Ex- 
territoriality and  Consular  Jurisdic- 
tion, 1892 ;  Service  out  of  the  Juris- 
diction, 1892  ;  Behring  Sea  Letters. 
1893 ;  Revised  Edition  of  Laws  of 
Mauritius,  6  Vols.,  2nd  Ed.,  1894; 
Nationality  and  Naturalisation, 
and  the  English  Law  on  the  High 
Seas,  and  Beyond  the  Realm,  1904  ; 
The  Garden  of  Japan,  1892;  Music 
and  Musical  Instruments  of  the 
Japanese,  1893.  Recreations:  Golf. 
Club  :  Thatched  House,  Hongkong. 
Address:  Hongkong;  Kw  hurst, 
Surrey. 

PINCKNEY,  H.  (HowiKO.Mi),  Banker, 
Manager,     International    Banking 


Corporation.  Resided  iu  Colony 
over  14  years.  Club :  Hongkong, 
Address:  9,  Queen'*  Roa'd  Central, 
Hongkong. 

PITZIPIOS,  G e o r g e  Demetrius 
(SHANGHAI),  II. BM.  Vice-Consul. 
Appointed  Student  Interpreter  in 
China,  July  26,  188S ;  1st  Assistant, 
Sept.  27,  1897  ;  acting  Vice-Consul 
at  Shanghai,  1896  to  1897  ;  acting 
Consul  at  Chinkiang,  1897  ;  acting 
Consul  at  Canton,  1898 ;  Vice- 
Consul  at  Canton,  May  10,  1898; 
Vice-Consul  at  Shanghai,  since  1900. 
Adtlre**  :  H.B.M.  Consulate,  Shang- 
hai, China. 

PLAYFAIR,  Frank  William  Walter 
(NAGASAKI),  H.B.M.  Consul  ;  b. 
April  8,  1858,  f.  *.  of  late  General 
Elliot  Minto  Playfair,  R.A.  ;  >/». 
1893,  Jane,  d.  of  late  Major  General 
J.  Orr.  Appointed  Student  Inter- 
preter in  Japan,  March  30,  1880; 
acting  Consul  at  Nagasaki,  1884 
and  1885  ;  acting  Consul  at  Hyogo> 
1887  ;  promoted  1st  class  Assistant, 
Nov.  9,  1887 ;  acting  Consul  at 
Hyogo,  1888  and  1889 ;  acting  Consul 
at  Hakodate,  1889  to  1890;  acting 
Vice-Consul  at  Tokyo,  1891  to  1892  ; 
acting  Consul  at  Hyogo,  1894-5-6, 
1897  and  1898  ;  promoted  Consul  for 
Consular  District  of  Hakodate, 
Aug.  4,  1898  ;  transferred  t<» 
Shimonoseki  as  Consul  fur  Consular 
District  of  Shimonoseki ;  was  also- 
in  charge  of  Austro-Hungariau 
interests  at  Shimonoseki;  transfer- 
red to  Tamaui,  May  21,  1903;  Consul 
at  Nagasaki,  1904.  Recreation*: 
Riding,  cycling,  boating.  Addiv** 
H.B.M. Consulate,  Nagasaki. Japan; 
c.>  Chartered  Bank  of  India. 


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Australia  and  China,  Threadneedle 
Street,  London,  TC.C. 

PLAYFAIR,  George  Macdonald  Home 
(PEKING),  M.A. ;  H.B.M.  Consular 
Service.  Appointed  Student  In- 
terpreter in  China,  July  16,  1872; 
acting  assistant  Chinese  Secretary, 
Peking,  1875 :  acting  Consul  at 
Taiwan,  1877  ;  at  Pakhoi,  1881,  1883; 
promoted  1st  class  Assistant,  July 
1,  1886;  acting  Vice-Consul  at 
Shanghai,  1885  to  1886;  acting 
Consul  at  Tainan,  1888  to  1889; 
at  Taiusui,  1889  to  1890;  at  Chin- 
kiang,  1890,  acting  Shipping  Vice- 
Consul  at  Shanghai,  1890  to  1891 ; 
-promoted  Vice-Consul,  in  charge  of 
shipping  business,  at  Shanghai, 
April  1,  1891  ;  Senior  Vice-Consul 
at  Shanghai,  Aug.  20,  1892;  pro- 
moted Consul  at  Pakhoi,  June  15, 
1893 ;  transferred  to  Ningpo,  April 
23,  1894 ;  acting  Consul,  Swatow, 
from  March  27  to  June  21,  1899; 
transferred  to  Foochow,  May  13, 
1899;  acting  Consul  General  at 
Hankow,  1903  to  1904.  Address: 
H.B.M.  Legation,  Peking,  China. 

PLUMMER,  John  Isaac  (HONGKONG), 
M.A.,  Durh.  ;  Chief  Assistant, 
Observatory  ;  It.  Feb.  5,  1845.  Chief 
Assistant,  Glasgow  Observatory, 
1865 ;  Observer,  Durham  University, 
1867  ;  Astronomer,  Orwell  Park 
O  b  s  e  r  v  a  t  o  r  y,  1874 ;  arrived  in 
Colony,  1891  and  lias  held  present 
position  since.  Club :  Hongkong. 
AdilreM  :  Observatory,  Kowloon, 
Hongkong. 

POATE,  W.  H.  (SHANGHAI),  Managing 
Director,  Mackenzie  and  Co.,  Ltd. ; 
member  of  Municipal  Council. 


Clu  b. -Shanghai.    Atldre**  :   22  S/*-- 
chuen  Road,  Shanghai. 

POKOTILOFF,  M.  D.  (PKKING),  Envoy 
Extraordinary  and  Minister  Pleni- 
potentiary for  Russia.  Appointed,. 

1905.    Address:    Russian  Legation, 
Peking,  China. 

POLLOCK,  Hm.  Henry  Edward: 
(HONGKONG),  K.C. ;  Barrister-at- 
law ;  b.  1865 ;  m.  March  5, 1906,  Lena 
Oakley.  Educ. :  Charterhouse 
School.  Called  to  the  Bar  at  the 
Inner  Temple,  Nov.,  1887  ;  admitted 
to  practise  in  Hongkong,  April, 
1888;  acted  as  Police  Magistrate, 
Hongkong,  from  Sept.,  1888,  to- 
April,  1889  ;  as  Puisne  Judge  from 
June  to  Dec.,  1892;  received  gold 
medal  for  services  in  plague 
epidemic,  1894;  acted  as  Attorney 
General  for  nearly  three  years 
between  1898  and  1901  ;  appointed 
Queen's  Counsel,  1900;  proceeded 
to  Fiji  as  Attorney  General  arriving 
there,  Jan.,  1902;  left  Fiji,  April, 
1902,  and  resigned  as  Attorney 
General,  June,  1902  ;  returned  to 
Hongkong,  Oct.,  1902  ;  elected  tem- 
porary representative  of  Chamber 
of  Commerce  in  Legislative  Council 
1903;  elected  representative  of 
Justices  of  Peace  on  Legislative 
Council  in  December,  1905;  Member 
of  Sanitary  Board  from  March, 
1903  to  Jan.,  1906  ;  President  Hong- 
kong branch  of  the  Navy  League 
and  Chess  Club ;  Secretary  of  the 
Odd  Volumes  Society  ;  Commodore, 
Royal  Hongkong  Yacht  Club.  Club: 
Hongkong.  Address  :  Peak,  Hong- 
kong. 

POLYGLASE,  John  (SING.U-OKK),  Act- 


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ing  President  of  the  Municipal 
Body  ;  b.  Jan.  3,  1854  ;  m.  July  1, 
1882.  Educ.  :  Privately.  Assistant 
Municipal  Secretary,  Singapore, 
March  1,  1882  ;  additional  duties  as 
Paymaster,  1885  ;  acting  Municipal 
Secretary,  1891  ;  Municipal  Secre- 
tary and  Assessor,  1892 ;  acting 
President  of  the  Municipal  Body, 
1906.  Club:  Singapore.  Address: 
"  Tolcarne,"  6,  Tanglin  Hill,  Singa- 
pore, Straits  Settlements. 

PONSONBY,  Richard  Arthur 
Brabazon  (HONGKONG),  Private 
Secretary  to  the  Governor;  b.  Jan. 
8,  1878.  Educ. :  Harrow.  Assistant 
Private  Secretary  to  Governor  of 
Natal,  Oct.,  1895,  to  April,  1896; 
Private  Secretary  to  Governor  of 
Trinidad,  Sept.,  1898,  to  June,  1899  ; 
to  Governor  of  Ceylon,  Feb.,  1900, 
to  Nov.,  1903;  to  Officer  Adminis- 
trating Government  of  Hongkong, 
Dec.,  1903,  to  July,  1904;  to  Governor 
of  Hongkong,  July,  1904,  to  date. 
Clubs  :  St.  James  ;  Bachelors  ; 
M.C.C.,  London  ;  Hongkong.  Ad- 
dress: Government  House,  Hong- 
kong ;  15,  Chesham  Hall,  London. 

POST,  Dr.  Albert  T.  (YOKOHAMA), 
M.D.  ;  Medical  Director  for  the 
Kast,  Equitable  Life  Assurance 
Society  of  U.S.A. ;  b.  Jan.  1,  1872 ; 
in.  Edith,  d.  of  Elisha  Mulford, 
LL.D.,  of  Cambridge,  Mass. 
Educ. :  Jefferson  Medical  College, 
Philadelphia,  Pa.  Clubs :  Yoko- 
hama United;  Nippon  Race,  etc. 
Address :  24,  Water  St.  and  67  Bluff, 
Yokohama,  Japan. 

POST,  Nicholas  (HONGKONG),  Consul 

for    Austria  -  Hungary  ;     b.      1S70. 


Educ.  :  Gymnasium  of  the  T.  K. 
Theresianum,  T.  K.  Oriental  Ac- 
ademy, Yienna.  Commercial  At- 
tache, 1894 ,  transferred  to  Con- 
sulate-General, Shanghai,  1898 ; 
Yice-Consul,  1898  ;  appointed  Act- 
ing Consul  at  Hongkong,  1900; 
Consul,  1906 ;  appointed  Consul  at 
Rio  Janeiro,  Brazil,  May,  1906. 
Decoration:  Chevalier  of  Italian 
Crown.  Publication:  "  Trade  and 
Industry  in  the  Far  East,"  1900. 
Club:  Hongkong.  Address:  Austria- 
Hungary  Consulate,  Hongkong. 

POTT,  Rev.  Francis  Lister  Hawks 
(SHANGHAI),  D.D. ;  President  of  St. 
John's  College,  Shanghai ;  b.  Feb. 
22, 1864  ;  m.  in  1888.  Educ: Columbia 
University,  N.Y.;  General  Theologi- 
cal Seminary,  N.Y. ;  has  worked  as 
an  educationalist  in  China  for  19 
years;  has  been  President  of 
American  Association  of  China ; 
member  of  International  Com- 
mittee, Y.M.C.A.  ;  is  Chairman  of 
Shanghai  Chinese  Public  School. 
Publications  :  .Translated  several 
books — religious  and  scientific — 
into  Chinese  •,  "The  Outbreak  in 
China,"  1900 ;  <!  A  Sketch  of  Chinese 
History,"  1933.  Club :  American 
University.  Address:  St.  John's 
College,  Shanghai,  China. 

POTTS,  W.  H.  (HONGKONG),  Merchant. 
Member  of  firm,  Linstead  and 
Davis.  Been  in  Colony  over  14 
years.  Club:  Hongkong.  Address: 
Alexandra  Buildings,  Hongkong. 

POUNTNEY,  Arthur  Meek  (SINGA- 
PORE.), B.A. ;  2nd  Assistant  Protec- 
tor of  Chinese;  b.  Dec.  30,  1873. 
/;</*',-.  .-  Oxford  University.  Cadet, 


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Federated  Malay  States  service, 
1897  ;  studied  Chinese  at  Canton  ; 
Assistant  Secretary,  Chinese 
Affairs,  1900;  Secretary,  Central 
Census  Committee,  1901 ;  Assistant 
District  Officer,  Kuala  Lipis, 
Pahang,  1903 ;  acting  Protector  of 
Chinese,  Selangor,  1903  ;  acting 
District  Treasurer,  Batu  Gajah, 
Perak,  1903  ;  acting  Assistant 
Protector  of  Chinese,  Singapore, 
1903;  acting  Protector  of  Chinese, 
Perak,  1904;  appointed  2nd  As- 
sistant Protector  of  Chinese, 
Singapore,  1904;  Magistrate  at 
Singapore.  Address:  Singapore, 
Straits  Settlements. 

POZZONI,  Rt.  Eev.  Bishop  Dominico 
(  HONGKONG  ),  R.  C.  Bishop  of 
Victoria  ;  b.  Dec.,  1861,  at  Paterno, 
near  Milan,  Italy.  Arrived  in 
Hongkong  as  missionary,  1884  ; 
engaged  in  mission  work  in  Kwang- 
tung,  1884-1905  ;  elected  Bishop  and 
Vicar  Apostolic,  1905,  in  succession 
to  late  Mons.  Piazzoli ;  consecrated 
Oct.  1,  1905.  Address :  Caine  Road, 
Hongkong. 

PRATT,  Frederick  Lionel  (HONG- 
KONG), Journalist;  b.  Oct.  17, 1872, 
at  Sydney,  New  South  Wales, 
Australia,  s.  of  late  Edward 
Pratt  (9th  Wrangler,  Cambridge, 
1864).  Educ. :  Highbury  House* 
St.  Leonards  on  Sea ;  Mannamead 
School,  Plymouth  ;  Sydney  Gram- 
mar School  ;  St.  George's  College, 
Mossvale,  New  South  Waljs  ; 
graduated  in  the  University  (if 
Experience.  Spent  earlier  portion 
of  a  mis-spent  career  at  sea  in 
Devitt  and  Moore's  clippers  "  Der- 
went"  and  "Rodney"  (1888-92); 


drifted  into  journalism,  H)()4,  as 
junior  on  Sydney  "Daily  Tele- 
graph "  ;  through  lack  of  discern- 
ment on  part  of  management  of 
that  journal  attained  senior  posi- 
tion ;  was  sent  out  as  special  in 
pursuit  of  bushrangers  in  1900  ; 
didn't  catch  them  ;  went  to  Peking" 
Dec.,  1900,  and  did  catch  small-pox  ;: 
was  adrift  for  two  days  on  an 
ice-pack  in  the  Gulf  of  Pechihlir 
Feb.,  1901;  associate  correspondent 
for  Renter  at  Peking,  1901 ;  return- 
ed to  Australia  and  was  connected 
with  "  Age  "  (  Melbourne  )  and' 
"  Sydney  Morning  Herald,"  1901- 
1904 ;  sent  to  Russo-Japanese  war 
as  special  correspondent  by  latter- 
paper ;  present  at  battles  of  Shou- 
shanpu,  Liaoyang,  Shiho  and  a^ 
number  of  minor  engagements  ; 
leader  writer  for  the  "  China  Mail  "" 
since  Nov.,  1905;  in  a  thoughtless 
moment  consented  to  edit  "  Who's- 
Who  in  the  Far  East."  Club  : 
Hongkong.  Address  :  c/o  China 
Mail,  Hongkong. 

PRETRE,  Charles  Emile  Pierr  e- 
(HAil'HONG),  Resident;  Administ- 
rator ,  2nd  class.  Joined  Intlo- 
China  Civil  Service,  Oct.  I,  1894; 
Administrator,  4th  class,  Aug.  lr 
1889  ;  Administrator,  3rd  class,  OcU 
1,  1894;  Administrator,  2nd  class, 
Aug.  2,  1900.  Decoration:  Officier 
d' Academic.  Address  :  Haiphong- 
Tonkin,  Indo-China. 

PRICE,  Lieut-Col.  Charles  Henry 
Uvedale  (HONGKONG),  D.S.O. ;  in 
Command  129th  (Duke  of  Con- 
naught's  Own)  Baluchi*;  b.  June  16, 
1862.  Lieut.  Welsh  Regt.,  Oct.  22, 
1881 ;  Ind.  S.C.,  June  16,  1883  ;  Capt.r 


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Oct.  28,  1892  ;  Major,  July  10,  1901 ; 
Lieut.-Col.,  Indian  Army,  Mar.  1, 
1905;  D.A.A.G.,  Ind.  1900-1905; 
severely  wounded  in  Burmese  Ex- 
pedition 1886-88 ;  in  command  of 
Singo  Field  Force  (Uganda,  1898-9) 
of  operations  in  Ankole,  i  n  1,  for 
some  time,  of  troops  in  Unyoro  ; 
commanded  column  against 
-Soudanese  mutineers,  including 
Action  at  Jeruba,  and  several  other 
engagements,  mentioned  in  De- 
spatches ;  brer,  of  Maj.  (D.S.O.) 
Decorations :  Medal  with  two 
clasps,  Burmese  Exped.  ;  D.S.O. 
and  Medal  with  two  clasps, 
Uganda.  Club :  Hongkong.  Ad- 
dress :  Headquarters,  Hongkong. 

PR  ICE,  Right  Rev.  Horace  McCartie' 
Eyre  (FOOCHOW),  M.A. ;  Bishop  of 
Fukien.  Educ. :  Trinity  College, 
Cambridge.  Ordained  D  e  a  c  o  n  > 
London,  1886  ;  Priest,  Sierra  Leone, 
1888  ;  Vice-Principal,  Fourak  Bay 
College,  Sierra  Leone,  1887-1889; 
Curate  of  VVingfield,  Suffolk,  1889- 
1890 ;  Examining  Chaplain  to  Bis- 
hop, 1899;  Principal  (C.M.S.)  Boys 
School,  Osaka,  1890-1901;  Arch- 
deacon of  Osaka,  from  1901;  con- 
secrated Bishop  of  Fukien,  China, 
by  the  Archbishop  of  Canterbury,  at 

*  Westminster,  Feb.  2,  1906  ;  arrived 
Foochow,  May,  1906.  Address :  Foo- 
cho',v,  Fukien,  China. 

PRICE,  William  Thomas  (SHANGHAI), 
Superintendent  and  Headmaster, 
Thomas  Hanbury  School ;  b.  1875 ; 
Educ. :  St.  Mark's  College.  Clubs  : 
Shanghai,  Cricket,  Football,  and 
Golf.  Address:  Thomas  Hanbury 
School,  Boone  Road,  S  h  a  n  g  h  a  i, 
China. 


PRINGLE,  Alfred  Ernest  (MAL.ICC.O, 
Sub.  •  Inspector  of  Schools  ;  b. 
March  14,  1860.  Entered  Strait* 
Settlements  Service  as  Master  in 
High  School,  Malacca,  1885;  Head 
of  Training  College  for  Native 
Teachers,  1890;  Sub.-Inspector  of 
Schools,  Malacca,  since  1896;  2nd 
Lieut.,  Singapore  V.E. ;  J.P.  for 
Malacca.  A  ddrexg  :  Malacca , 
Straits  Settlements. 

PRITCHARD,  Major  Clive  Gordon, 
(HONGKONG),  R.G.A.;  Commandant, 
Hongkong  Volunteer  Corps  ;  b. 
August  10,  1871.  First  Commis- 
sion, Royal  Artillery,  Nov.,  1891 ; 
promoted  Captain,  1899;  appoint- 
ed Commandant,  local  Volunteer 
Corps,  1901 ;  speaks  Hindustani. 
Club :  Hongkong.  Address  :  Vol- 
unteer Headquarters,  Hongkong. 

P'U-CHUN,  Duke  (PEKING);  «.  of 
Prince  Tuan  ;  Imperial  Clansman  ; 
appointed  Heir  Apparent  with 
status  as  successor  to  Emperor 
T'ung-chih,  Jan.,  1900  ;  disinherited, 
Nov.,  1001,  with  rank  of  Imperial 
Duke. 

P'U-HSING  (MONGOLIA),  President, 
Board  of  Punishments ;  Imperial 
Clansman.  Sub  -  Director,  Grand 
Court  of  Revision,  Jan.,  1899;  sub- 
Chancellor,  Grand  Secretariat,  Dec., 
1899;  junior  Vice-President,  Board 
of  Works,  April,  1900;  Minister, 
Tsung-li  Yamen,  June,  1900  ;  Deputy 
Lieut.-General,  Plain  Blue  Banner 
Corps,  Jan.,  1901 ;  ceased  to  be 
Minister  of  Tsung-li  Yamen  on 
re-organisation,  July,  1901 ;  Presi- 
dent Mongolian  Superintendence, 
Oct.,  1903;  President,  Board  of 
Punishments.  July,  1905. 


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P'U-HSU,  otherwise  Prince  Ting 
(I'KKING),  Imperial  Clansman. 

P'U-LUN,  Prince  (PEKING),  Impeiial 
Clansman,  Pei-tzu  (Prince  of  the 
4th  order).  Deputy  Lieut. -General, 
Bordered  Yellow  Banner  Corps, 
Dec.,  1896;  do.,  Plain  Red  Banner 
Corps,  July,  1900;  Vice-President, 
Imperial  Clan  Court,  Sept.,  1900; 
Lieut.  -  General,  Bordered  Yellow 
Banner,  Feb.,  1901 ;  Imperial  Com- 
missioner to  St.  Louis  Exposition, 
1904. 

P'U-SHAN  (PEKING),  Deputy  Superin- 
tendent, Octroi  ;  native  of  Man- 
churia. Sub.  •  Dii'ector,  Court  of 
State  Ceremonial,  Dec.,  1891 ;  do., 
Court  of  Sacrificial  Worship,  June, 
1892  ;  Director,  Court  of  Sacrificial 
Worship,  Nov.,  1892;  sub-Chancel- 
lor, Grand  Secretariat,  March, 
1894  ;  junior  Vice-President,  Board 
of  Ceremonies,  Dec.,  1894;  senior 
Vice  -  President,  Board  of  Cere- 
monies, Dec.,  1895;  Dep.-Lieut- 
General,  Plain  Red  Banner  Corps, 
Jan.,  1896;  junior  Vice-President, 
Board  of  Civil  Office,  Jan.,  1897 ; 
senior  do.,  July,  1900  ;  Deputy 
Superintendent,  Peking  Octroi, 
June,  1904. 

P'17-TING  (PEKING),  Military  Lieut.- 
Governor ;  Imperial  Clansman. 
Sub-Director,  Court  of  State  Cere- 
mony, March,  1894 ;  Director,  Court 
of  State  Ceremonial,  March,  1895; 
sub-Chancellor,  grand  Secretariat, 
June,  1895;  junior  Vice-president, 


Board  of  Ceremonies,  Jan.,  1896; 
cashiered,  Sept.,  1898;  sub- 
Chancellor,  Grand  Secretariat, 
Oct.,  1898;  Vice-president,  Board  of 
Ceremonies,  Dec.,  1898;  do.,  Board 
of  War,  Jan.,  1899;  do.,  Board  of 
Punishments,  Feb.,  1899;  do.,  Board 
of  Punishments,  Mukden,  Nov.,  1899; 
do.,  Board  of  Revenue,  Mukdeii, 
Feb.,  1903;  President,  Censorate, 
do.,  Nov.,  1904;  Chahar  Military 
Lieut-Governor,  Feb.,  1905. 

PUTNAM,  George  Rockwell  (MANILA), 
Civil  Engineer;  Director  of  Coast 
Surveys,  Philippine  Islands ;  b.  May 
24,  1865.  Educ. :  Rose  Polytechnic 
Institute,  Terre  Haute,  Ind.  Enter- 
ed field  service,  IT.S.  Coast  and 
Geodetic  Survey,  1890;  was  on 
Mexican  and  Alaskan  boundary 
surveys ;  accompanied  expedition 
to  Greenland,  1896 ;  survey  of  delta 
of  Yukon  River,  1898-99;  since  Oct., 
1900,  in  charge  of  first  work  of  Coast 
and  Geodetic  survey  in  Philippine 
Islands ;  member  of  American 
Society  of  Civil  Engineers.  Publi- 
cations :  Various  Government  re- 
ports. Clubs :  University,  Army  and 
Navy,  Manila;  Cosmos,  Washing- 
ton. Address  :  Coast  and  Geodetic 
Survey,  Manila,  Philippine  Island. 

PYKETT,  Rev.  G.  F.  (PENANG),  Prin- 
cipal, Anglo  -  Chinese  School  ;  b. 
Dec.  20,  1864.  Arrived  in  Singapore 
as  teacher,  Anglo-Chinese  School, 
Feb.,  1901;  Penang,  March,  1893. 
Address :  340,  Anson  Rr>ad,  Peuang, 
Straits  Settlements. 


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RADCLIFFE,  Lieut.  Charles  Amyas 
(SINGAPORE),  R.X.  (retired),  Deputy 
Master  Attendant ;  I.  Aug.  27, 1861. 
Appointed  Deputy  Master  Atten- 
dant, Singapore,  1903 ;  acting 
Harbour  Master,  Penang,  1903: 
acting  Master  Attendant,  Straits 
Settlements,  1903;  Deputy  Master 
Attendant,  Singapore,  1904  ;  Magi- 
strate for  Singapore;  Member  of 
Board  of  Visiting  Justices  ;  Member 
Examining  Board  for  Masters  and 
Mates.  Address:  Singapore,  Straits 
Settlements. 

RAGSDALE,  James  W.  (  TIENTSIN  ), 
Journalist  and  Consul  General  for 
U.S.A.  ;  b.  Feb.  12,  1848.  Edu«. : 
Cornell  College,  Iowa.  Served  as 
an  officer  in  U.S.  Army  during  civil 
war  ;  representative  in  Legislature 
of  California,  U.S.A.  for  two  years 
and  in  Senate  for  four  years  ;  ap- 
pointed U.S.  Consul  at  Tientsin, 
Sept.  17,  1897  ;  promoted  to  Consul 
General,  Feb.  7, 1903  ;  was  in  Tien- 
tsin during  siege  of  1900.  Club: 
Tientsin.  Address :  U.S.  Consul 
General,  Tientsin,  North  China. 

RAJA  CHULAN  bin,  ex-Sultan  Ab- 
dullah ('UPPER  PERAK),  District 
Officer;  b.  May  1,  1869.  Appointed 
Settlement  Officer,  Krian,  acting 
Collector  of  Land  Revenue,  Larut, 


1892  ;  Settlement  Officer,  Krian  am: 
Kinta,  and  acting  Collector  of 
Land  Revenue,  Kuala  Kangsar, 
1893-1896;  assistant  District  Magi- 
strate, Selama,  1897  ;  acting  District 
Magistrate,  Matang,  1901  ;  accom- 
panied H.H.  the  Sultan  of  Perak 
to  England,  1902;  District  Officer, 
Upper  Perak,  1903.  Address  :  Uppei- 
Perak,  Federated  Malay  States. 

RAJKITCH,  Phya  Narisra  (TOKYO), 
Envoy  Extraordinary  and  Minister 
Plenipotentiary  for  Siam.  Addiv**  : 
Siamese  Legation,  Tokyo,  Japan. 

RALPHS,  Edwin  (  H  o  x  «  K  o  N  G  )  r 
F.U.G.S.,  F.C.S.,  F.E.I.S.,  A.C.P., 
M.R.  San.  I.;  Senior  Assistant  Mas- 
ter Queen's  College  ;  b.  Sept.  17, 
1872;  in.  1905,  May,  d.  of  Thomas 
Witter,  Appley  Bridge,  England. 
Educ.  :  Central  Science  School, 
Bolton  and  St.  Mark's  College, 
Chelsea,  London.  1st  class  in 
Queen's  Scholarship  Exam.,  in 
final  Teachers'  Exam.  (Education 
Department,  England),  and  in  final 
Archishops  Divinity  Exam.  (  Eng- 
land) ;  honours  in  science,  South 
Kensington  Exams.  ;  Associate  of 
the  London  College  of  Music,  etc.  ; 
acting  Second  Master,  Queen1!* 
College,  1903-4  ;  Hon.  Examiner  in 
Botany  and  Chemistry  to  Hong- 


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kong  College  of  Medicine  for  Chin- 
ese, '1901-3;  Hon.  Secretary,  since 
1805,  of  the  Hongkong  Centre  of 
the  London  College  of  Music  ; 
Member  of  Government  Committee 
on  History  nnd  Geography,  Hong- 
kong, 1903.  Address  :  "  Craigmia 
West,"  Magazine  Gap,  Hongkong. 

RAM,  Edward  A.  (HONGKONG), 
F.R.I.B.A.; Architect;  partner,  firm 
Denison.  Ram  and  Gibb.s  ;  b.  Apiil, 
1858.  Educ.  :  Private  School. 
Articled  pupil  in  office  of  late  J.  S. 
Clarke,  F.B.I.B.A.,  of  Cockspur 
Street,  Pall  Mall,  1877  ;  came  to 
China,  1889 ;  went  into  partnership 
with  A.  Denison,  M.I.C.E.,  189G, 
new  firm  known  as  Deniton,  Ram, 
and  Gibbs.  Clubs  :  Hongkong ; 
Sports,  Lond.  JfW/v.«*:17,  Queen's 
Road  Central,  Hongkong. 

RAMKAMHENG,  Major  General  Phya 
(BANGKOK),  Siamese  aimy;&.  Oct. 
J4,  1864;  rn.  1892.  Editf. :  Germany 
and  Austria.  Went  to  Europe  in 
1877,  spent  most  time  in  Austiia, 
where  began  general  ami  military 
education  ;  joined  Military  C<  liege, 
Vienna;  received  Commission  as 
Lieut,  in  Austiian  Army,  1888; 
served  in  different  Regiments  both 
Infantry  and  Cavalry  ;  became  Cap- 
tain of  Royal  Horse  Guard  in 
Siamese  Army  on  returning  to 
Bangkok,  1891  ;  in  1882  went  to 
Europe  as  Military  Attache  in  Ger- 
many, Austria,  Denmark,  Sweden 
and  Norway,  and  was  attached  to 
H.R.H.  the  Prince  of  Nakonchaisi, 
who  was  then  studying  in  Denmark; 
appointed  Aide-de-Camp  to  His 
Majesty  the  King  of  Siam  during 
Ms  tour  in  Europe,  and  accom 


panied  His  Majesty  back  to  Siam  ; 
appointed  Honorary  Aide-de-Camp 
and  afterwards  assistant  Chief  of 
General  Staff  with  Rank  of  Lieut- 
Colonel  ;  promoted  to  present  rank, 
1905 ;  is  officer  Commanding 
Troops  in  Bangkok  District.  De- 
corations: 3rd  Class  of  White 
Elephant  and  Crown  of  Siam,  and 
many  foreign  orders.  Address : 
Bangkok.  Siam. 

RAMSAY,  William  Lei-lie  (SIN- 
GAPORE), Accountant,  Chartered 
Bank  of  India,  Australia,  and 
China  :  6.  July  8,  1869.  Educ.:  Gor- 
don's College,  Aberdeen.  Served 
for  above  five  years  in  North  of 
Scotland  Bank,  Aberdeen  ;  arrived 
in  Singapore  in  service  of  Chartered 
Bank  of  India,  Australia  and  China 
early  in  1893  ;  in  charge  of  Kuala 
Lumpur  Agency,  1895  an,.  1896-98  ; 
in  charge  of  Taiping,  Perak, 
Agency,  1901-02.  Address:  Chartered 
Bank  of  India,  Australia,  andChina, 
Singapore,  Straits  Settlements. 

RANSOM,  Dr.  S.  A.  (SHANGHAI),  M.D.; 
Medical  Practitioner;  b.  July  14, 
1870.  Ed ue. :  Public  Schools  and 
University  of  Georgetown,  D.C., 
U.S.A.;  Surgeon  U.S.,  R.C.S.,  Sani- 
tary Inspector,  U.S.  Army  Tran- 
sport Service,  U.S.,  M.H.S.  ;  United 
States  Quarantine  Officer,  Shang- 
hai ;  Medk-al  Officer,  United  States 
Consulate  General,  Shanghai. 
Clubs:  Shanghai  Race  Club.  Ad- 
dress: 23,  North  Szechuen  Road. 
Shanghai,  China. 

RATTENBURY,  Rev.  Harold  Bur- 
goyne  (WUCHANG),  B.A.;  London.- 
Wesleyan  Methodist  Minister  ;  1>. 

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Feb.  15,  1878.  Educ.  :  Woodhouse 
Grove  School,  near  Bradford  ; 
Headingley  College,  Leeis.  Publi- 
cations: Editor  of  Central  China 
Prayer  Union  Letter.  Address: 
The  High  School,  Wuchang,  Central 
China. 

RAY,  E.  C.  (HONGKONG),  Ship,  share 
and  general  broker.  Resident  in 
the  East  for  43  years,  arriving  in 
Hongkong  in  18t>3.  Club:  Hongkong. 
Address:  4,  Alexandra  Buildings, 
Hongkong. 

BEADY,  Oliver  George  (CIIANGSHA), 
B.A.,  Cantab. ;  Actg.  Commissioner 
of  Customs  ;  b.  Dec.  16,  1864  ;  m. 
1897,  Isabel,  e.  d,  of  Henry  Janson, 
of  Westbourne  Terrace,  London,  W. 
Educ.:  Jesus  College,  Cam  bridge  and 
at  Paris.  Publications:  "  Life  and 
Sport  in  China"  ;  "  Through  Siberia 
and  Manchuria  by  Rail  "  ;  "  Ch'un- 
Kwang "  (a  Chinese  novel).  De- 
corations: Mandarin  of  4th  rank. 
Address:  Changsha,  China. 


Lewis  Charles  (  HONGKONG  ), 
Principal  L.uid  Surveyor;  b.  July 
12, 1876.  Arrived  in  Colony,  Jan.  4, 
1902 ;  appointed  Principal  Land 
•Surveyor,  Oct.  1,  1901.  Address: 
Public  Works  Department,  Hong- 
kong. 

BETD,  George  Elliott  (LARUT),  Su- 
perintendent of  Prisons.  Passed 
in  Hindustani  ;  Wiug  Officer, 
Malay  States  Guides,  1902 ;  acting 
Superintendent  of  Prisons,  Tai- 
ping,  1904 ;  Company  Commander, 
Malay  States  Guides,  July,  1904; 
Superintendent  of  Prisons,  Larut, 
Perak,  1906.  Address  :  Larut, 
Perak,  Federated  Malay  States. 


BEIFSINDEB  Bev.  Charles  Shriver 
(Fuxui),  B.D.,  M.A.;  Clergyman  of 
American  Protestant  Episcopal 
Church  ;  b.  Nov.  27,  1875  ;  m.  Mary 
Duke  Gordon,  of  Kyoto,  Japan. 
Educ. :  Kenyon  College,  Gambier, 
Ohio,  U.S.A.  ;  Baxley  .Theol. 
Seminary,  Gambler,  Ohio,  U.S.A. 
Minister  in  charge  of  churches  in 
Cardington  and  Mt.  Gilejul,  U.S.A.. 
1898-1900  ;  Minister  in  charge  of 
churches  in  Peninsula  and  Hudson, 
U.S.A.,  1900-01;  Protestant  Epis- 
copal Missionary  in  Japan,  since 
1901  ;  resided  in  Nara,  Yamato. 
Japan,  1901-03;  resided  in  Fukui. 
Echizen,  Japan,  since  1903.  Ad- 
dress :  19,  Edo  Shimo-machi,  Fukui, 
Echizen,  Japan. 

BEMEDI03,  Lulz  Augusts  Lopes 
(MACHO),  Postmaster  General. 
Macao  ;  b.  July  6,  1874 ;  m.  Lydia 
Maria  Ribeiro  Remedies.  Educ : 
St.  Joseph's  College,  Macao  ;  Raffles 
School,  Singapore.  Club  :  Macao. 
Address:  No.  3,  Travessa  da  Paiva, 
Macao. 

BENNIE,  Alfred  Hsrbert  (HONG- 
KONG), J.P.;  Merchant;  6.  NOT.  17. 
1857.  Educ.  :  Hamilton  Grammar 
School,  and  Upper  Canada  College, 
Toronto  ;  confidential  clerk  to 
Hon.  John  Norquay,  premier  and 
province  treasurer,  Manitoba,  1885 
to  1889;  delegate  to  England  and 
New  York  to  negotiate  a  loan  for 
Manitoba,  1887  ;  correspondence 
clerk,  Public  Works  Department, 
Hongkong,  1890;  acting  assistant 
Harbourmaster  and  acting  Su- 
perintendent, Water  Police,  1892 ; 
acting  Sanitary  Superintendent, 
and  Secretary,  Sanitary  Board, 


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Hongkong,  1893  ;  retired  from 
Civil  Service,  Hongkong.  Publica- 
tions :  Twenty  yej,rs  in  Hongkong. 
Club:  Hongkong.  Address:  "The 
Firs,"  Hongkong,  and  "  Crawfov- 
din,"  Brockville,  Canada. 

BENNIE,  James  Stuart  Macready 
( S  I  x  G  A  P  o  R  K ),  F.C.I.S.,  A. I.E., 
F.R.S.S. ;  Chartered  Secretary  and 
Accountant ;  b.  1875.  Educ. :  Pri- 
vately and  Hyde's  Commercial  Col- 
lege, Edgbaston  ;  King  Edward 
Vlth's  School,  Camp  Hill,  Birming- 
ham. From  1892  to  1901  assistant 
Accountant  at  Metropolitan  Bank 
of  England  and  Wales,  Ltd.,  at  Bir- 
mingham ;  resigned  to  proceed  to 
Singapore  ;  1901  to  1904,  assistant  to 
<r.  A.  Derrick,  Accountant,  Singa- 
pore ;  acted  for  time  as  Secretary 
to  Kadana  Gold  Mines  ;  Belat  Tin 
Co.,  Ltd. ;  Raub  Australian  Gold 
Mines  ;  Sipiau  Tin  Co.  ;  Bersaw  at 
<4old  Mines  ;  Liquidated  Malay 
States  Salt  Company ;  Sudu  Serem. 
ban,  Ltd.;  resigned  in  1904;  Oct., 
1904,  appointed  assistant  Secretary 
to  Tanjong  Pagar  Dock  Company, 
Ltd. ;  appointed  Secretary  to  Com- 
pany to  assist  in  preparing  case 
for  arbitration,  prepared  revised 
and  amended  accounts  for  the  Ac- 
countants, Price,  Watei-house  and 
Co.,  London;  acted  throughout  the 
Arbitration  held  in  Singapore,  Oct. 
16  to  27, 1905  ;  appointed  Secretary 
to  Tanjong  Pagar  Dock  Board 
<new  Government  authority)  Jan., 
1906.  Clubs  :  Tanglin,  Singapore, 
Camp  Hill  ;  Old  Edwardians, 
Birmingham.  Recreations  :  Rugby 
football,  cricket,  tennis,  and 
\walking  ;  Captain  of  "  B "  team 


at  School  and  afterwards  played  in 
Midland  Counties  trial  matches  ; 
did  100  yards  in  10  4/5  at  School ; 
present  day  sport,  pig,  crocodile 
and  wild  bird  shooting.  Hobby: 
Entomology.  Address  :  Raeburn 
Estate,  Singapore,  Straits  Settle- 
ments ;  c/o  James  Reiinie  and  Co., 
Metal  Exchange  Building*,  Bir- 
mingham, England. 

RENNIE,  Dr.  Thomas  (Foocnow), 
M.D.,  M.B.,  C.M.;  Medical  Practi- 
tioner; b.  July  28,  1850,  *.  of  late 
James  Rennie,  Western  Fintray, 
Aberdeenshire  ;  m.  1833,  Helen,  d. 
of  Rev.  W.  Ogilvie,  Fintvay,  Aber- 
deenshire. Educ. :  Gymnasium,  Old 
Aberdeen  and  Aberdeen  University; 
took  M.B.  and  C.M.  degrees  with 
highest  honours,  1872.  Commenced 
practice  at  Strathpeffer,  Scotland.; 
in  1873,  appointed  Medical  Officer, 
H.B.M.  Consulate,  I.M.  Customs 
and  lion.  M.O.,  Native  Hospital, 
Tahow,  Formosa;  in  1879,  appointed 
Medical  Officer,  H.B.M.  Consulate 
and  I.M.  Customs  and  Hon. 
Medical  Officer,  Native  Hospital, 
Foochow  ;  medical  examiner  for 
several  insurance  companies  ;  mem- 
ber of  B.M.  Association,  Royal  In- 
stitute of  Public  Health,  Medical 
Graduates  College,  London.  Publi- 
cations :  Contributions  to  I.M. 
Customs  Gazette,  B.M.  Journal, 
and  Foochow  Native  Hospital 
Reports.  A ddress:  Foochow,  China. 

RIARIO,  Count  De  Bondy-  (see :  DE 

BON  DV-RlARIO). 

RICHARDSON,  Edward    Robert 

(  SEREMBAN  ),  Federated  Malay 
States  Civil  Service;  b.  Nov.  22, 


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1873.  Contract  Surveyor,  Victoria, 
Australia,  1902  ;  District  Surveyor, 
Negri  Sembilan,  since  1908.  Ad- 
dress: Seremban,  Negri  Sembilan, 
Federated  Malay  States. 

RICHARDSON,     Thomas      William 

.  (SWATOW),  Merchant;  b.  Edinburgh, 
Nov.,  1834  ;  m.  Aug.,  1861,  Ellen  M. 
Porter,  of  Salem,  Mass.  Edu<.\: 
Scottish  Naval  and  Military  Ac- 
,  ademy;  Edinburgh  University.  Ar- 
rived in  Hongkong,  April,  1855,  and 
went  same  year  to  Canton  ;  in  1856, 
was  sent  to  Takow,  For.nosa  ;  in 
1857,  joined  firm  of  'fait  and  Co.,  of 
Amoy  ;  in  1860,  commenced  business 
at  Swatow  in  conjunction  with  C.  W. 
Bradley,  under  the  style  of  Bradley 
and  Co.,  and  has  since  been  con- 
nected with  that  port.  A (/(/<•<--•.•>•: 
Swatow,  China;  Richardson's,  Billi- 
ter  Square  Buildings,  London,  E.C.; 
27,  Roland  Gardens,  London,  S.W. 

RIDDEL,  Rev.  William  (\V\KI>GH>, 
M.A.,   Aberdeen,    1874,  M.B.,  C.M., 

1881,  M.T).  1860  •  I.  March  rv  1853: 
>it.  to  Frances  Spark.  Nov.  27.  188-'. 
Ed(«:  :  Public  Scliool,  Leochel- 
Cnshaie  ;  Grammar  School,  Old 
Aberdeen,  and  University.  Since 
completion  of  education  has  been 
in  the  service  of  English  Presbyte- 
rian Church  as  Missionary  to  the 
Hakka  Chinese  in  Chaochow  and 
Hweichow,  and  at  present  is  in 
charge  of  the  Mission  Hospital  at 
Wukingfu,  about  sixty  miles  in- 
land from  Swatow.  Publication  . 
Map  of  the  neighbourhood  of 
Swatow.  Addrc**  :  K.P.  Mission, 
Swatow,  China. 

RIDGE.  William  Sheldon  <SH  VMJIIAI  >. 


B.A.,  F.G.S.,  F.R.G.S.;  School 
master  ;  b.  Jan.  10,  1875  ;  m,  Mar> 
Louisa,  e.'l.  of  J.  Craven,  of  Selby, 
Y  o  r  k  s  h  i  r  e.  Ednc. :  Woodhou.se 
Grove  ;  University  of  Leeds.  First 
Head  Master,  Chinese  Public 
Scliool ;  Hon.  Librarian  and  Mem- 
ber of  Council,  N.C.B.R.A.S. ;  hou. 
assistant  Secretary,  International 
Red  Cross  Society,  Shanghai, 
1'ublications :  Magazine  Articles 
on  Geography,  Geology,  and  An- 
t  hropology .  Address:  Chinese 
Public  School,  Shanghai,  China.. 

R  IDLER.  Rev.  Herbert  Buller  (Foo- 
CHO\v),  Minister  and  Missionary 
b.  1872.  Ed  tit:  :  Modern  School, 
Woking;  C.M.  Society's  College, 
London,  N.  Is  associated  with  the^ 
C.M.  Society.  Addre**  ;  Foochow, 
China. 

RIDLEY,  Henry  Nicholas  (Six.M- 
1>ORK),  M.A.,  F.L.S.,  F.K.U.S., 
F.S.A.  ;  Director  of  Gardens  ;  />- 
Dec.  10,  1855.  Edtn:  :  llaileybury. 
Kxeter  College,  Oxford.  Held  Bur- 
dett-Coutts  Geological  Scholarship, 
Oxford  ;  entered  British  Museum. 
Botanical  Department ;  Expedition 
to  Fernando  de  Norouha.  Brazil, 
for  Royal  Society,  1886;  been  me- 
Director  of  Gardens  and  Forests, 
Straits  Settlements,  1888;  lion. 
Secretary,  Straits  branch,  Royal 
Asiatic  Society;  visited  Christina >• 
and  Cocos  Islands  as  cominissioner 
for  Straits  (iovernmeul,  !S9i»,  made 
collecting  expeditions  to  various- 
parts  of  Malay  Peninsula,  Sumatra. 
Borneo,  .lava,  and  Christinas  Island,. 
1904  ;  corresponding  Member  Phar- 
maceutical Society  and  Zoological 
Society;  Member  of  Society  for  1'hy- 


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sehieal  Research  ;  Corresponding 
Member,  Ethnological  Society  of 
Moscow.  Address:  Botanic  Gar- 
dens, Singapore,  Straits  Settle- 
ments. 

RIDOUX,  Capt.  C.  X.  (SAIGON),  Com- 
mamlaut  de  valsseau  "Gueydon". 
Ib'.i'.mttwHs:  Officer  de  la  Legion 
.rilonneiir.  Address:  Saigon, 
Cochin-China. 

RIEVELEY,  Charles  (SHANGHAI), 
Estate  Agent ;  Manager  of  the 
China  Land  and  Finance  Co. ;  b. 
Sept.  21,  1875.  Educ.  :  Calday 
Grange  Grammar  School,  West 
Kirby,  Chesliire.  Club  :  Shanghai. 
Address  :  59,  Bubbling  Well  Road, 
Shanghai,  China. 

RIGBY,  Rev.  Arch  Edward  (NAGA- 
SAKI), A.B.,  Minister  and  Teacher  ; 
b.  June  7,  1871 ;  m.  Aug.  25,  1897. 
Educ.:  Cornell  College,  Mount  Ver- 
uon,  Iowa ;  Principal  of  High 
School,  Manchester,  Iowa,  1896-99 ; 
in  Chinzei  College,  Nagasaki, 
Japan,  since  1900.  Address:  12r., 
Higashiyama,  Nagasaki,  Japan. 

RITCHIE,  Major  John  (SINGAHUIF..), 
M.B.,  F.R.C.S.  Edin.  ;  Royal  Army 
Medical  Corps,  Straits  Settlements, 
Assistant  Municipal  Health  Officer; 
b.  Nov.  2,  18G2.  Educ.  ;  Edinburgh. 
Captain,  Royal  Army  Medical 
Corps,  Feb.,  1887  ;  Major,  Feb., 
1899  ;  war  service  :  West  Africa, 

1898  ;  operations  Sierra,  Leone,  1898 

1899  ;  South   African  War,   1900-02. 
Decoration*  :    Queen's    and  King's 
medals.    Publications:    Papers   in 
Medical  Journals.  Address :  Tanglin 
Barracks,  Singapore,  Straits  Settle- 
ments. 


ROACH,  Cornelius  Edward  (SHANG- 
HAI), B.A. ;  Paper  Manufacturer ; 
b.  Feb.  8,  1867 ;  m.  Alice  Marie,  </. 
of  J.  G.  Hamlyn.  Educ.:  Univer- 
sity of  New  York.  Formerly  con- 
nected with  Paper  Mills  in  America; 
Managing  Director  of  the  Shanghai 
Pulp  and  Paper  Works.  Clubs: 
Shanghai.  Address. :  187,  Bubbling 
Well  Road,  Shanghai,  China. 

ROBERTS,  James  H.  ( K  A  L  <;  A  \  », 
Clergyman,  b.  1861.  Educ.  :  Yale 
College  ;  Yale  Divinity  School. 
Publications:  "A  Flight  for  Lifo 
and  an  Inside  View  of  Mongolia." 
Address:  Kalgan,  Chihli,  North 
China;  12  Will-mi  St.,  Hartford, 
Conn,  U.S.A. 

ROBERTSON,  H.  W.  (SHANGHAI),  Head 
of  Buttertield  and  Swire  ;  was  for  a 
period  in  establishment  at  Hong- 
kong. Club:  Shanghai.  Address: 
French  Bund,  Shanghai,  China. 


ROBERTSON,  Dr.   Thomas  Murray 


(S  I  N  G  A  P  0  R  E),  M.D. ;  Doctor  of 
Medicine  ;  &.  Sept.  14,  1860.  Educ. : 
George  Watson's  College,  Edin- 
burgh ;  Edinburgh  U  n  i  v  e  r  s  i  t  y. 
Municipal  Commissioner  for  Singa- 
pore ;  Justice  of  Peace  and  Visitor 
at  Lunatic  Asylum.  Clv.b :  Singa- 
pore. Address:  Balado,  Singapore, 
Straits  Settlements. 

i  ROBINSON,  Henry  0.  (Ui.u  SKLANGOK), 
Acting  Executive  Engineer  ;  b. 
March  18,  1873.  Assistant  Engineer, 
1 '.-lining  Trunk  Road,  and  at  Klang, 
1896-1897  ;  assistant  Engineer, 
Public  Works  Department,  Kuala 
Lumpur,  1898 ;  acting  District  En- 
gineer, Ulu  Selangor  and  Kuala 
Selangor,  1899;  Executive  Engineer, 
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1901 ;  assistant  Engineer,  Selangor, 
1903  ;  acting  Executive  Engineer, 
Ulu,  Selangor.  Address  :  Ulu 
SeUngor,  Selangor,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

ROBINSON,  Charles  Surtees  (KI.NTA), 
Acting  Deputy  Chairman  and  Sec- 
retary, Sanitary  Board  ;  b.  Sept.  27, 
1873.  Settlement  Officer,  KiUn, 
1900 ;  Secretary  to  Sanitary  Board, 
Kinta,  Sept.,  1900;  2nd  assistant 
Secretary  to  Resident  of  Perak, 
and  acting  Deputy  Chairman  and 
Secretary,  Sanitary  Board,  Kinta, 
1905.  Address  :  Kiuta,  Perak, 
Federated  Malay  States. 

ROBSON,  John  Henry  Matthews 
(KUALA  LUMPUR),  Investment 
Agent ;  I.  May  8,  1870.  Edttc.  : 
Christ  College,  Finch  ley,  and  pri- 
vately. On  a  Ceylon  tea  estate, 
1889;  Selangor  Government  Service, 
1889-96,  during  which  time  was  in 
charge  of  Rawang  Sub-district, 
Klang  district,  and  Ulu  Lingat 
district  (Collector  and  Magistrate), 
and  subsequently  acting  Collector 
of  Land  Revenue  and  Registrar  of 
Titles  ;  edited  the  "  Malay  Mail," 
1896-1904,  and  is  now  Managing 
Director  of  "  Malay  Mail "  Press 
Co.,  Ltd.  ;  carries  on  business  as 
investment  agent ;  Hon.  Secretary 
of  Kualci  Lumpur  Town  Club  ; 
unofficial  European  Member  of 
Kuala  Lumpur  Sanitary  Board. 
Publications  :  Selangor  Laws,  1896; 
"  People  in  a  Native  State."  Ad- 
dress: Kuala  Lumpur,  Federated 
Malay  States. 

BOCKHILL,  William  Woodville  (PE- 
KING), Minister  of  the  United 


States  to  China;  b.  April  1,  1851; 
7/1.  Edith  Howell  Perkins.  Eihic. : 
at  Paris,  France.  Appointed  2nd 
Secretary  of  Legation,  Peking, 
April  9,  1884  :  Secretary  of  Lega- 
tion, Peking,  July  1,  1835;  Charge^ 
d' Affaires,  Corea,  Dee..  1886,  to 
April,  1887  ;  with  two  scientific 
missions  to  China,  Mongolia  and 
Tibat  undjr  auspices  of  Smith- 
sonian Institution  ;  received  Vic- 
tori  i  gold  med  il,  Royal  Geographi- 
cal Society,  1893  ;  Chief  Clerk, 
Department  of  State,  Washington, 
April,  1893 ;  3rd  Assistant  Secretary 
of  State,  April,  1894;  Assistant 
Secretary  of  State,  Feb.,  1896  ; 
Minister  of  the  U.S.  to  Greece. 
Roumania  and  Servia,  July,  1897  ; 
Director  of  International  Bureau 
of  American  Republics,  Washing- 
ton, May,  1899;  Special  Commis- 
sioner of  U.S.  to  China,  July  20, 
19JO;  Plenipotentiary  of  U.S.  for 
settlement  of  Baxer  troubles,  Feb., 
1901 ;  signed  fin.il  Protocol,  Sept.  7, 
1901 ;  resumed  duties  at  Washing- 
ton, Oct.,  1901 ;  Minister  of  U.S.  to 
China  since  March,  1935.  Publica- 
tions :  Various  oriental  and  geogra- 
phical works.  Clubs:  Metropolitan, 
Washington;  Comos,  Washington. 
Address:  American  Legation,  Pek- 
ing, North  China. 

RODGERS,  Dr.  Jamss  B.  ^MANILA), 
D.D.,  Clergyman  ;  b.  1866  ;  »«.  1889. 
Educ. :  Hamilton  Colleg3  ;  Auburn 
Theological  Seminary.  Appointed 
to  Brazil  by  Presbyterian  Board  of 
Foreign  Missions  of  U.S.A.  in  1889  ; 
in  1899  appointed  1st  ordained  Pro- 
testant missionary  to  Philippine 
Islands.  PtiMicah'oHS :  A  number  of 


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articles  upon  Brazil  and  the  Philip- 
pines published  in  missionary  and 
other  publications.  Address  •  Box 
437,  Manila,  Philippine  Islands. 

RODGERS.  J.  L.  (SHANGHAI),  Consul- 
General  for  United  States;  arrived 
in  Shanghai,  1905.  Club  :  Shanghai. 
Address:  36,  Whangpoo  Bo  ad, 
Shanghai,  China. 

ROESE,  Dr.  George  (HANKOW),  Sur- 
geon  ;  b.  March  22, 1872.  Educ. :  At 
Bremen,  Kiel,  Greifswald,  Freiburg, 
and  Leipzig,  Germany.  Voluntary 
assistant  at  Pathological  Institute 
at  Leipzig  Univeuily,  1878  ;  Assis- 
tant Surgeon,  to  State.  Hospital  of 
Bremen,  1898-1902  ;  Surgeon  at  Han- 
kow, since  1903.  Ad-drew :  Hankow, 
China. 

ROGGE,  Carl  Heinrich  (HONGKONG), 
Partner  in  firm  of  Lamke  and 
Bogge,  >!;'i)brokers ;  b.  Bremen, 
Germany,  July  22,  1861.  First  came 
to  China  in  1883,  with  Melchers  and 
Co.  ;  remained  with  that  firm  until 
1889,  when  joined  with  Mr.  Lamke. 
Clubs:  Hongkong  and  Germania. 
Address:  Hongkong. 

ROMANO,  Agostinho  Guilherme 
(HONGKONG),  Consul  General  for 
Portugal  and  Consul  for  Brazil; 
Merchant,  head  of  J.  J.  Remedies 
and  Co. ;  f>.  June  25, 1831,  at  Macao; 
m.  Guilhermina,  3rd  d.  of  late  J.  J. 
dos  Remedios.  Educ.  :  Royal  Col- 
lege and  Seminary  of  St.  Joseph, 
Macao.  Is  a  Privy  Councillor  of 
Portugal  and'Gentleman  of  King  of 
Portugal's  Household ;  Fellow  of 
Geographical  Society  of  Lisbon. 
Decorations:  Knight  Commander 
of  Order  of  Lady  Conception  of 


Portugal  ;  Knight  Commander  of 
Orders  Carlos  III  and  Isabella 
Catholica  of  Spain  ;  Companion  of 
Orders  of  Lady  Conception  and 
Jesus  Christ  of  Poitu^al.  Clubs: 
Catholic  Union  :  Hongkong;  Hong- 
kong Cricket  ;  Hongkong  Jockey; 
Victoria  Recreation.  Address  : 
"Duart,"  15,  Arbuthcof  Eoad, 
Hongkong. 

ROSS,  Rev.  Jchn •( MUKDEN),  D.D. ; 
Clergyman,  United  Free  Cl  urch  of 
Scotland  ;  b.  1842.  Educ. :  Glasgow 
University;  Theological  Hall,  Edin- 
burgh. Arrived  in  Manchiuiaasa 
Missionary  in  1872  :  went  to  Muk- 
den in  1875  ;  from  Mukden  travelled 
in  all  directions  instituting  a  large 
number  of  congregations  between 
Mukden  and  the  Sungari  ;  during 
this  peiiod  occurred  the  Japanese 
invasion  of  Manchuiia  duiingwar 
with  China,  the  Boxer  uprising  and 
Russo  -  Japanese  war,  when  the 
Christian  missions  suffered  very 
severely.  Publications  :  "  History 
of  Corea  "  ;  "  History  of  the  Man- 
chus  "  ;  Mandarin  Primer ;  Corean 
Primer,  and  several  works  in 
Chinese.  Address  :  Mukden,  via 
Newchwaug,  Manchuria. 

ROSS,  0.  B.  (SINGAPORE),  B.A.-  Magi- 
strate. Educ. :  Owen's  College, 
Manchester,  Cadet,  Straits  Settle- 
ments, Oct.,  1897  ;  acting  3rd  Magi- 
strate, Penan g,  Jan.-Nov.,  1900  ; 
and  from  Feb.,  1901  ;  passed  final 
examination  in  Chinese,  Jan.,  1901 ; 
4th  Magistrate,  Singapore,  Jan., 
1902 ;  acting  District  Officer,  Pe- 
nang,  Sept.,  1902;  passed  Cadet, 
Feb.  11, 1901 ;  4th  Magistrate,  Singa- 
pore, Jan.  1,  1902  ;  acting  2nd  as- 


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sistant,  Protector  of  Chinese,  Pe- 
nang,  1903  ;  Magistrate,  Singapore, 
since  19J5.  Club:  Singapore.  Add*-**: 
Singapore,  Straits  Settlements. 

ROSS,  Stewart  Buckle  Carne  Uio.\<,- 
KONG),  B.A.,  Vic.  ;  passed  cadet  ; 
>/.  Jan.  18,  1875.  Attached  to 
Federated  Malay  States  Civil 
Service  in  1899;  transferred  to 
Hongkong,  J901 ;  Registrar  of  Land 
Court,  New  Territory,  1902  ;  acting 
Postmaster  General,  1903;  acting 
assistant  Colonial  Secretary  and 
Clerk  of  Councils,  1904.  Club; 
Hongkong.  Address:  Coloui  il  Sec- 
retary's Office,  Hongkong. 

ROSTHORN,  Dr.  A.  Von  (PEKING), 
Envoy  Extraordinary  and  Minister 
Plenipotentiary  for  Austria-Hun- 
gary. Address:  Austria-Hungary 
Legation,  Peking,  China. 

ROUZIER-JOLY  (see :  JOLY,  JEAN  RAY- 
MOND WASHINGTON  ROUZIER-). 

ROWLAND,  Dr.  George  Miller  (SAP- 
POHO),  A.M.,  D.D.;  Missionary;  b. 
Dec.  11,  1859;  m.  June  30,  1886. 
Educ.  :  Middleburg  College  ;  Hart- 
ford Theological  Seminary.  Arrived 
in  Japan  in  1885  and  commenced 
work  as  evangelistic  missionary; 
has  also  incidentally  done  some 
educational  work.  Address: 
Sapporo,  Japan. 

ROZA,  Daniel  da  (MACAO),  Consular 
Agent  for  France  ;  b.  May,  1850 ;  /». 
Feb.,  1875.  Educ. :  Privately.  Is 
associated  with  Herbert  Dent  and 
Co.,  Macao.  Address  :  Macao. 

RUMJAH*,  Ahmet  (HONGKONG), 
Merchant;  b.  Hongkong,  May  16, 
1863.  Educ. :  Government  Central 
School;  won  Morrison  scholarship 


in  1882.  Started  business  as  land 
and  commission  agent  ;  founded 
Curreem  and  Co.,  subsequently 
changed  to  Rumjahn  and  Co.  ; 
proprietor  of  H.  Price  and  Co.  : 
Member,  Sanitary  Board,  1903-5 : 
took  an  active  part  in  getting 
amendments  of  the  Public  Health 
and  Buildings  Ordinance  of  1933, 
when  first  introduced  by  the  Go- 
vernment; prime  mover  in  bringing 
about  the  introduction  of  the  rider- 
main  system  when  the  Water 
Supply  Ordinance  of  1902  was 
introduce:!  ;  raada  a  J.  P.  in  1903. 
Address  :  2,  Pedder  St.,  Hongkong. 

i  RUSSELL,  Wilmot  Peregrine  Mait^ 
land  (CHUNGKING),  B.A.;  H.B.M. 
Acting  Consul  ;  b.  June  6,  187,4. 
Kditc.  :  Rugby  School;  Exeter  Coll., 
Oxford.  Appointed  a  Student  In- 
terpreter in  China,  March  1,  1898  ; 
was  at  Peking  during  siege  of 
Legations  1900 ;  acting  Consul  at 
Wuhu,  1903  ;  acting  Consul,  at  Han- 
kow, 1903  ;  acting  Consul  at  Chung- 
king, since  Nov.  ll,  1904.  De- 
coration: China  Medal  and  clasp 
for  the  Defence  of  the  Legations. 
Peking,  1900.  Club:  New  Univer- 
sity, St.  James,  London,  S.W. 
Addi-en* :  H.B.M.  Consulate  Gen- 
oral,  Shanghai,  China. 

RUTLEDOE,  Carl  Clyde  (HONGKONG), 

B.A.;  General  Secretary,  Y.M.C.A.; 
b.  1876.  Midshipman,  U.S.  Navy,  „ 
1893-5;  1st  Lieutenant,  U.S.  Vol- 
unteers, Spanish  -  American  War, 
1898-9 ;  B.A.,  Ohio  Wesleyan  Uni- 
versity, 1931;  Intercollegiate  Sec- 
retary, Y.M.C.A.,  of  Philadelphia, 
1901-3.  Address  :  Y.M.C.A.,  Alex- 
andra Buildings,  Hongkong. 


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PlNO.) 

SA  CHEN-PING,  Admiral  («HAX<HUJ), 
Commander-in-Chief,  Peiyang  ami 
Nanyang  Squadrons  ;  b.  ^larch  21, 
1849;  native  of  Fukien.  P.rigade 
General,  Nan -Ao- Chen,  Kwaug- 
tung,  1902;  Admiral  commanding 
the  Peiyang  Squadron,  1903;  com- 
manding the  Kwangtung  naval 
forces  (flagship  "  Haiehi"),  1906. 
Afi'.irvsg:  Admiralty  Hou.se,  Shang- 
hai, China. 

flAIONJI,  Marqtuis  Kinmochi(ToKvoi 

G.Q.M.a.;  Prime  Minister  of  Japan; 
b.  Oct.,  1849.  Educ. :  in  Paris,  1870- 
80.  During  war  at  time  of  Restor- 
ation was  appointed  to  Imperial 
Advisory  Council  ^  Commander-in- 
Chief  of  Army  for  subjugation  of 
Sanin,  1868 ;  after  defeat  of  rebels 
resigned  and  established  School  at 
Kyoto  ;  studied  in  France  between 
1870  and  1880 ;  upon  return  estab- 
lished Toyo  Jiyu  Shimbun  (Oriental 
Liberal  Journal)  and  attacked  Clan 
System  of  Government  then 
prevailing ;  visited  Kurope  with 
Marquis  I  to,  1 882  ;  appointed 
Minister  to  Austria,  1885  ;  Minister 
to  Berlin,  1887  ;  President  of  Board 
of  Decorations  ;  and  Minister  of 
Education,  1894-1896  ;  latt-r  l'iv- 


si, lent  of  Privy  Council ;  became 
leader  of  "S'iyukwai,"  1903;  Prime 
Minister,-  Janp  19.K5 ;  cr.  G.G.M.G., 
May,  1903.  Address  .-Tokyo,  Japan. 

SAITO,  Vice-Admiral  Mlnoru  (TOK- 
YO), G.C.B.  ;  Minister  of  Navy ;  b. 
Oct.,  1853.  Sub-Lieut,,  1882;  Com- 
mander at  time  of  Chino-Japanese 
War ;  appointed  naval  Aide  -  de- 
j  Camp  to  His  Majesty  the  Emperor ; 
promoted  Vice  •  Commander  of 
cruiser  "Izumi";  appointed  to 
Naval  Staff  Board;  Vice-Minister 
of  Navy,  1898  ;  Rear- Admiral,  1900  ; 
Vice- Admiral,  1904  ;  appointed  to 
present  post,  1906  ;  G.C.B.  confer- 
red May,  1906.  Address  :  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

I  SAKATANI,  Yoshiro  (TOKYO),  LL.D. ; 
Minister  of  Finance  ;  6.  Jan.,  1860. 
Educ. :  Tokyo  University.  Entered 
Department  of  Finance,  1887 ;  ap- 
pointed Vice-Minister,  1901 ;  Minis- 
ter, 1906.  Address  :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

SAKUMA,  Viscount  General  Samada 
(TAH'EH),  Governor-General  of  For- 
mosa ;  b.  Dec.,  1844,  at  Choshu. 
Took  part  in  Civil  War  of  Restora- 
tion ;  commissioned  as  Lieut., 
1872;  Major-General,  1881;  Lieut. - 
General,  and  Commander  of  the 
2nd  Division  (Sendai),  1886  ;  order- 
ed to  front  in  Chino  -  Japanese 


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War ;  was  afterwards  appointed 
Military  Commander  of  Districts  of 
Occupation  ;  was  promoted  full 
General,  1898.  and  appointed  Com- 
mander-in-Ohief  of  Tokyo  Garri- 
son; Governor-General  of  Formosa, 
1906;  created  Viscount,  1895.  Ad- 
dress :  Taipeli,  Formosa. 

SALAEELLE,  Pierre  rtaphane  (VIEN- 
TIANE), Resident;  Administrator, 
2nd  eliss  :  b.  June  20,  1857.  Joined 
ludo-China  Civil,  Service,  Oct.  6, 
1886 ;  Administrator,  2nd  class,  Jan. 
1,  19u2.  Address  :  Vientiane,  Pro- 
vince of  Vientiane,  Laos,  Indo- 
China. 

SA-LIEN  (MUKDEN),  Vice-President, 
Boaid  of  Ceremonies;  native  of 
Manchuria;  metropolitan  graduate, 
1880.  Chief  Supervisor  of  Instruc- 
tion, Jan.,  1896;  Vice-Pres.,  Board 
of  Ceremonies,  Sept.,  1898  ;  do., 
Board  of  War,  Mukden.  Jan..  1899  ; 
Vice-Pres.,  Board  of  Revenue,  do., 
Ojt.,  1901  ;  Vice-Pres.,  Board  of 
Ceremonies,  Dec.,  1904. 

SALINGER,  Frederick  (HONGKONG), 
Merchant  ;  b.  July  17,  1853.  Arrived 
China  (Canton)  June,  1881  ;  pro- 
ceeded thence  to  Shanghai,  April, 
1902;  Hongkong,  Oct.,  1904,  since 
which  time  in  charge  Reiss  and 
Co.'s  buMiiess.  Clubs:  Hongkong; 
Thatched  House,  Loud.  Address.: 
Hongkong. 

SANKEY,  Lieutenant-Colonel  Albert 
Robert  (SINGAPORE),  Officer  Com- 
manding Royal  Engineers ;  b.  Dec. 
19,  1857.  Lieutenant,  Royal  En- 
gineers, June  19, 1877;  Hon.  Captain, 
Nov.,  188*3  ;  Captain,  April,  1888  ; 
Major,  Oct.,  1895;  Lieut.-Colonel, 


July,  1903  ;  Volunteer  Adjutant, 
189M893  ;  now  Commanding  Royal 
Engineers,  Straits  Settlements, 
Address:  Pulo  Bra  in  i.  Singapore-, 
Straits  Settlement*. 

SARAWAK,  Ra'ah  of  (see  BROOKE.  H. 
H.  SIR  CHARLES  JOHNSON.'. 

S\SSA,  T^mofusa  (TOKYO*,  M.P.  , 
Leader  of  the  Tmperi  il  Party  ;  l>. 
Jan..  1854,  in  K  u  m  a m  o  t  o  -  k  e  n  . 
Joined  rebels  in  Civil  War,  1877,  and 
was  imprisoned  for  several  years 
on  suppression  of  rebellion ;  has 
sat  in.  Lower  House  since  first 
session.  Address  :  Tokyo,  Japan. 

SATCHELL,  Thomas  (Y  o  K  o  H  A  M  A), 
Editor,  "  Japan  Daily  Herald  "  ;  b. 
1867.  Educ. :  Privately.  Afterhol- 
ding  various  positions  on  London 
and  provincial  journals  arrived  in 
Japan  in  1899,  to  take  up  Sub-Editor- 
ship,  "  Japan  (Kobe)  Chronicle  "  ; 
in  1902  obtained  similar  position  on 
"  Japan  Herald"  ;  six  months  later 
was  appointed  Editor  and  has  since 
held  that  position.  A  ddress : 
"Herald"  Office,  Yokohama,  Japan. 

SATO,  Susumu  (HIROSHIMA),  Doctor 
of  Medicine  ;  b.  Nov.,  1845.  Educ.  : 
In  Germany.  Was  Chief  Surgeon 
of  Hiroshima  Military  Hospital 
during  Chino-Japanese  War;  under- 
took operation  on  Li  Hung-chang 
when  late  Chinese  statesman  was 
shot  by  a  fanatic  at  Shimon  oseki  ; 
supervised  Hiroshima  Military 
Hospital  dining  War  with  Russia. 
Address:  Hiroshima,  Japan. 

SAUNDERS,  Charles  J.  (SINGAPORE), 
B.A.  ;    Official    Assignee.       Ed^«' 
Merchant   Tavlors   and   St.   John's* 


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College,  Oxford.  Cadet,  Straits 
Settlements,  1891  ;  passed  final  ex- 
amination in  Chinese,  F^b.,  1895; 
acting  3rd  Magistrate,  Singapore, 
May,  189f>  ;  after  filling  various 
other  positions  was  appointed 
Municipal  Commissioner,  Singa- 
pore, Sept.,  190C;  assistant  Pro- 
tector of  Chinese,  Penang,  but  con- 
tinued to  act  as  Offici  il  Assignee, 
Singapore,  May,  1904.  Club :  Singa- 
pore. Address:  Singapore  Straits 
Settlements. 

SAUNDERS,  Rev.  J.  Roscoe  (YIXG- 
TAK),  Missionary  to  the  Hakkas; 
b.  July  18,  1873  ;  m.  Nov.  8,  1901. 
JEduc. :  Commercial  Academy  and 
Louisville  Baptist  Theological  Se- 
minary ;  Superintendent  of  Preston 
St.  Mission,  Louisville,  and  8th  and 
Clay  St.  Mission,  Waco,  Texas; 
missionary  at  Paris,  Texas,  and 
surrounding  country ;  thence  ap- 
pointed missionary  to  work  among 
the  Hakkas  in  South  China  :  in 
three  years  has  baptised  350  of 
these  people ;  has  made  several 
extensive  tours  into  the  interior, 
on  one  occasion  being  robbed  by 
bandits.  Publications:  A  Tract  on 
the  Hakka  Field  ;  many  newspaper 
articles.  Address:  Yingtak,  via 
Canton,  China. 

SAUNDERS,  W.  J.  (HONGKONG),  Sec- 
retary, Union  Insurance  Society 
of  Canton,  Ltd.  Resident  in  Colony 
over  19  years.  Club :  Hongkong. 
Address :  1  Queen's  Buildings, 
Hongkong. 

SAUSMAREZ,  Sir  Havilland  Walter 

dc  (SHANGHAI;,  Judge  of  H.B.M.'s 
Supreme  Court  for  China  and 


Corea ;  b.  May  30,  1861,  2nd  x.  of 
Rev.  Havilland  de  Sausmarez  ;  m. 
1st,  Dora  Beatrice  (d.  1893),  2nd 
d.  of  Lite  Major-General  Gother 
Mann,  C.B. ;  2nd,  1893,  Annie 
Elizabeth,  y.  d.  Rev.  F.  W.  Mann. 
Educ. :  Westminster-  Trinity 
College,  Cambridge ;  9th  Senior 
Optime,  1883.  Called  to  Bar  at 
Inner  To-mple,  1884  ;  after  being  in 
private  practflfe  in  Lagos,  As- 
sistant Judge -in  H.M.'s  Consular 
Court  for  Zanzibar,  1892-1897  ; 
Assistant  Judge,  Ottoman 
Dominions,  1897-1903  :  Judge,  Supre- 
me Court,  1903-1905;  present  post, 
since  1905.  Clubs:  Oxford  and 
Cambridge  ;  Savile.  Address: 
Supreme  Court,  Shanghai,  China. 

SAVORY,  Captain  Herbert  W, 
(H  O  N  G  K  O  N  G),  R.N. ;  Captain  of 
H.M.  first  class  cruiser  "Diadem." 
Promoted  to  present  rank,  June  30, 
1901  ;  appointed  to  command,  1906. 
Clv-b  :  Hongkong.  Address :  H.M.S, 
"  Diadem,"  Hongkong. 

SCHARFF,  Waiter  (SHANGHAI),  Mer- 
chant ;  b.  Feb.  15,  1836.  Educ. : 
Royal  Gymnasium,  Brieg  ;  Com- 
mercial Academy,  Gera,  Germany. 
Started  commercial  career  in 
London,  1884;  arrived  in  China, 
1888,  started  business  on  own  ac- 
count in  1895 ;  in  189G  introduced 
modern  flo-.ir  milling  into  China  by 
the  formation  of  the  China  Flour 
Mill  Co.,  Ltd.,  which  Company 
built  and  worked  the  first  flour 
mill  plant;  General  Manager  and 
Director  of  the  C.F.M.  Co.,  Ltd. 
Clubs:  Concordia  ;  Race.  Address  : 
Walter  Scharff  &.  Co,,  Shanghai, 
China. 


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SCHILLER,  Rev.  Karl  Emil  (KYOTO), 
Pastor  and  Missionary ;  b.  Oct.  16, 
1895,  at  Husum,  Schles\vig,Germany ; 
m.  April,  1898.  Educ. :  Bonn  and 
Berlin  Universities,  Germany.  Was 
f»r  several  years  pastor  at  Siegburg 
and  Terbelenburg,  (Termany,  and 
teacher  at  Middle  School  of  latter 
city  ;  came  out  to  Japan  as  Mis- 
sionary of  General  Evangelical 
Protestant  Missionary  Society  of 
Berlin,  1S95  ;  worked  the  years  in 
Tokyo  before  coining  to  Kyoto. 
Publications:  Numerous  pamph- 
lets and  contributions  to  religious 
press  of  Germany  and  Japan,  Ad- 
dress :  10,  Shogoin  •  cho,  Kyoto, 
Japan. 

SCHOLES,  Rev.  Ernest  F.  P.  (CIIK.V 
CHOW),  Wesleyan  Missionary  ;  b. 
July  28,  1868  :  in.  Janet  Jameson,  of 
Birmingham.  Educ. :  Leeds  Gram- 
mar School.  Handsworth  College, 
Birmingham.  Arrived  in  China, 
1895  ;  station'ed  at  Lung-ping  ;  Han- 
kow and  Kuangchi ;  in  England, 
19D4-05;  returned  to  China,  1906. 
Address  :  Chen-chow,  II  u  n  a  M, 
China. 

SCHOLZ,  Dr.  Curt  (SHANGHAI),  LL.D.; 
Councillor  of  Legation  ;  Acting 
German  Consul  General ;  b.  1868,  at 
Goerlitz,  Silesia.  Educ.  :  Berlin 
University.  German  Vice -Consul 
at  New  York,  1898-1900  ;  Foreign 
Office,  Berlin,  1900-04  ;  Consul  at 
Hankow  since  1904.  Clubs:  Han- 
kow ;  Shanghai ;  Coneordia.  Shang- 
hai. Decoration:  Royal  Prussian 
Order  of  Red  Eagle,  4th  class. 
Address  :  German  C  o  n  s  u  1  a  t  o 
General,  Shanghai,  China.  • 


SCHROEDER,  F.  (YOKOHAMA),  Pro- 
prietor and  Editor  "Eastern 
World";  />.  Oct.  18,  1846;  ??«.  in 
Tokyo,  1887.  L'duc. ;  Koenigsberg, 
Prussia;  Burg  C  jllege.  Chief 
Officer,  British  mercantile  marine 
up  to  1873;  Government  service, 
Berlin,  to  1878  ;  Government  .service, 
Koenigsberg  to  1880;  sub-editor, 
"Japan  Uerald,"  1S81-84  ;  wholesale 
bookseller,  Tokyo,  1885-92;  in  Sept., 
1899,  established  "  Eastern  World." 
weekly  paper  and  printing  office,  of 
which  is  still  editor  and  .sole  pro- 
prietor. Publications i  Commen- 
taries on  Japanese  books  and 
numerous  pamphlets  on  .social, 
financial,  and  economic  matters  in 
Japan  ;  notes  on  Commercial  Codes 
of  Japan.  Address:  No.  73 r>, 
Yokohama,  Japan. 

ISCHULE,  OttD  (PEXANG),  American 
Consular  Agent ;  b.  1871 .  Director, 
Katz  Brothers,  Ltd.  Address: 
Katz  Brothers,  Ltd.,  Singapore, 
Straits  Settlements. 

SCOTT,  Rt.  Rev.  Charles  Perry 
(PEKIN«)>  !>.!>•  :  Bishop  of  North 
China  ;  b.  1847 ;  *•.  of  Rev.  J.  Scott, 
Hull;  m.  1889,  Frances  (d.  1900), 
<7.  of  late  Captain  Montagu  Bar- 
rows, M.A.,  Chichele  Professor  of 
Modern  History,  Oxford.  Educ.  : 
Charterhouse  and  Jesus  Colleges, 
Cambridge  (B.A.).  Ordained,  1870  ; 
Missionary  at  Cliefoo,  1874-80;  Con- 
secrated Bishop,  1S8X  AiWr.'t*  : 
Peking,  China. 

|  SCOTT,  Rev.  F.  N.  (KAGOSHIMA),  A.B., 
B.D.;  Missionary  ;  b.  June  20, 1870  ; 
JH.  Pec.  £7,  1899,  Annie  McClellan. 
Educ.:     llamliue    University.     St. 
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Paul,  Minn.;  Drew  Theol.  Seminary, 
Madison,  N.J.  Served  as  pastor  of 
Methodist  Episcopal  Ch.  in  Minn. : 
arrived  in  Japan,  Dec.  14,  1900 : 
presiding-elder,  South  Kyushu  Dis- 
trict. Address:  Kagoshima,  .Japan. 

SCOTT,  George  D.  ( S  M  A  x  <;  u  A  i ) . 
Renter's  Agent ;  arrived  in  the  East 
in  1881.  Club:  Shanghai.  Addres*  : 
4,  The  Bund,  Shanghai,  China. 

SCOTT,  Henry  George  (BANGKOK), 
A.R.S.M.,  F.G.S.  ;  Mining  En- 
gineer; b,  Nov.  7,  187."i.  Editc. : 
Bradfield  College,  Berks;  Royal 
School  Mines,  London.  Joined 
Dept.  of  Mines,  Siani,  1897  ;  acting 
Director,  1898  ;  Director,  since  1899. 
Club*:  local.  Addi'e**:  Bangkok. 
Siam. 

SCOTT,  J.  Gray  (HOX«KOX«J),  A.M.]. 
K.E.  ;  General  Manager  and  Chief 
Engineer,  Hongkong  Electric  Tram- 
ways ;  b.  1874.  Served  ail  Engineer- 
ing apprenticeship,  during  which 
period  gained  highest  honours  for 
three  successive  years  at  Glasgow 
Technical  College  under  Professor 
.Jamieson  in  evening  classes  ;  then 
qualified  for  Central  Station  work  ; 
First  position  of  importance,  that 
of  Engineer  in  charge  of  Power 
Station  Bradford  Corporation  for 
the  supply  of  lighting  and  tramways 
in  that  city.  Subsequently  held 
appointments  of  Chief  Electrical 
Engineer  to  the  Corporations  of 
Whitehavun,  Leitli  and  Croydon,  all 
gained  in  competition  ;  last  men- 
tioned relinquished  when  present 
appointment  was  obtained  in  Hong- 
kong. Club:  Hongkong.  Addrexa  : 
Tramway  Co..  Hongkong. 


SCOTT,  Rev.  J.  H.  (OSAKA),  B.D., 
B.A.  ;  Missionary;  b.  July  31, 
1852  ;  m.  June  28,  1882,  to  Carrie  R. 
Vaughan.  Educ. :  Michigan  Uni- 
versity ;  Baptist  Theol.  Seminary, 
Chicago.  Was  Supt.  of  City  School* 
in  Waiisen  and  Perrysburg,  Ohio, 
for  three  years  after  leaving  Uni- 
versity ;  after  completing  Seminary 
course  held  two  pastorates  in 
States  of  Iowa  and  Washington 
respectively  ;  came  to  Japan  as 
Missionary  in  1892.  Addrcs*:  14  v, 
Kawaguchi-mnchi,  Osakn,  Japan. 

SCOTT,  Walter  Dare  (Run),  District 
Officer;  b.  July  10,  1870.  Clii»-f 
Clerk,  Ulu  Selangor,  1891;  assistant 
District  Oih'cer  and  acting  assis- 
tant Magistrate,  Kuila  Lumpur, 
1893-1834  ;  assistant  Government 
Secretary  and  acting  District 
Officer,  Kuala  Selangor,  1896  ;  after 
acting  in  various  Ccipacities  was 
appointed  District  Officer,  Raubr 
Pa  hang,  1906.  Add  res*  :  Raub. 
Paluxng,  Federated  Malay  States. 

SCOTT,  W.  Murray  ( itoxriKo.vi;  >. 
Manager  of  Taikoo  Sugar  Refining 
Co.  Club  :  Hongkong.  Ad<lr<'x.< : 
(Quarry  Bay,  Hongkong. 

SCRANTON,  Dr.  William  Bentan 
(SKOUL),  B. A.,  M.D.  ;  Medical 
Missionary  ;  b.  May  29, 1856.  Ed  tic.  : 
Yale  University  ;  Columbia  Univer- 
sity. Arrived  in  Corea,  May  3,  1883, 
and  established  a  hospital ;  practis- 
ed medicine  until  1892;  since  then 
(with  an  intermission  of  H  years) 
has  been  Superintendent  of  Corea 
Mission  of  Methodist  Episcopal 
Church.  Address  :  Seoul,  Corea. 

SCRIVENOR,   John  Brooke    (Ki  u.\ 

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LUMPUR),  Federal  Geologist;  b. 
Dec.  7,  187d.  Geologist  of  H.M. 
Geological  Surveys,  Great  Britain, 
1901 ;  appointed  Federal  Geologist, 
1903.  Address :  Kuala  Lumpur, 
Selangor,  Federated  Malay  States. 

JSEARLE,  Rev.  Gustavus  (HONGKONG), 
M.A. ;  Chaplain  to  Forces.  Educ. : 
Pembroke  College,  Cambridge. 
Deacon,  1893  ;  Curate  of  St.  Luke, 
Cheltenham,  1893-5;  St.  Colomb. 
Minor,  Cornwall,  1896;  Feltham, 
Middlesex,  1897-1900;  Bude-Haven, 
Cornwall,  1900-1;  Chaplain,  field 
force,  South  Africa,  1902 ;  chaplain 
of  4th  class,  from  1933;  Woolwich, 
1904;  Hongkong,  from  1904.  Ad- 
dress: Hongkong. 

•SEITZ,  Carl  Ludwig  (SHANGHAI), 
Merchant;  6.  Oct.  19, 1879.  Educ. : 
at  Shanghai.  Served  apprenticeship 
with  H.  Sylva  and  Co.,  share  and 
ship  brokers  ;  joined  Snethlage  and 
•Co.,  1897 ;  became  Managing 
^Partner,  1905  ;  Managing  Director, 
-China  Import  and  Export  Lumber 
Co.,  Ltd.,  1905.  Clubs:  Shanghai; 
Concordia,  Shanghai.  Address : 
2,  Yinkee  Road,  Shanghai,  China. 

•SELANGOR,   Sultan  of   (tee:  SULIE- 

MAN  BIX  4LMERHOM). 

CELLAR,  James  (SINGAPORE), 
M.T.X.A.;  Manager,  Tanjong  Pagar 
Docks ;  ft.  O  ;t.  22,  1861 ;  m.  Maggie, 
d.  of  W.  Ritchie,  of  Buxburn  and 
Balcairn.  Educ. :  Aberdeen  Public 
School  and  Gordon's  College.  Ar- 
rived in  Singipore,  1886;  acting 
Manager,  New  Harbour  Dock,  1891; 
Manager,  Prye  River  Dock,  Penang, 
1894-95  ,  Manager,  N.  H.  Docks, 
1895-93;  Manager,  Tanjong  Pagar 


Dock  Co.,  Ltd.,  1<JJJ,  to  date  of 
expropriation  by  .Government.  De- 
corations: Comm  imler  of  the  Dra- 
gon (Aniiam),  receive  1  decoration 
for  services  rendered  to  transports 
when  stranded  near  Singapore. 
Address:  Bukit  Cherinin,  Singa- 
pore, Straits  Settlements. 

SELLS,  H.  C.  (MALACCA),  B.A.,  Oxon.  ; 
Head  of  M  day  College.  Cadet, 
Straits  Settlements,  Oct.,  1897; 
acting  Private  Secretary  to  Go- 
vernor, Nov.,  1893,  to  Nov.,  1899; 
acting  4th  Magistrate,  Singapore, 
Jan.,  1900;  passed  final  examination 
in  Malay,  April,  1900  ;  acting  Dis- 
trict Officer,  Province  Wellesley, 
May,  1901;  Superintendent  of 
Money  Order  Branch  and  Govern- 
ment Saving  B  ink,  Siugxpore, 
May,  190<2  ;  Head  of  Malay  College. 
Malacca,  July,  1904.  Address: 
Malacca,  Straits  Settlements. 

SENGE,  Baron  Toka^omi  (TOKYO). 
Governor  of  Tokyo-f u ;  Member  of 
House  of  Peers;  b.  Aug.,  1845. 
Member  of  an  ancient  family  who 
hereditarily  acted  as  Grand  Custo- 
dian to  Great  Shrine  of  Izumo ; 
appointed  Director  of  Ordinary 
Education  Bureau,  1892 ;  Governor 
of  Saitama,  1894 ;  of  Shizuoka,  1897  ; 
has  occupied  present  post  since 
1898 ;  created  Baron,  1884.  Address : 
Tokyo,  Japan. 

SETH,  ArathDon  (HONGKONG),  I.S.O.; 
Civil  Service  ;  &.  1852.  Called  to  the 
Bar,  Lincoln's  Inn,  June,  1893 ; 
Hindustani  Interpreter,  Mxgi- 
stracy,  Hongkong,  Feb.,  1868,  to 
Dec.,  1869  (in  the  service  of  the 
I*,  it  O.  Co.,  in  the  interim);  re. 


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entered  Magistracy  as  3rd  Clerk, 
Sept.,  1872  ;  2nd  Clerk,  Sept.,  1873  ; 
1st  Clerk,  Feb.,  1875  ;  Clerk  of 
Councils,  and  Chief  Clerk,  Colonial 
Secty's  Office,  Feb.,  1881  ;  Valuer 
under  the  "Rating  Ordinance,  1875," 
June  25,  1881,  to  March  19,  1883; 
J.P.,  Jan.,  1882  ;  Superintendent  of 
the  Opium  Revenue,  Aug.,  1883,  to 
Feb.,  1885 ;  ditto,  Imports  and  Ex- 
ports, June  to  Oct.,  1887 ;  Secretary 
to  Board  under  "Taipingshan  Re- 
sumption Ordinance,"  1894  - 1895, 
<received  thanks  of  Government), 
Secretary  to  Insanitary  Properties 
Commission,  July,  1896;  acting 
Deputy  Land  Officer,  Nov.,  1894,  to 
Jan.,  1895  ;  ditto,  March,  1895,  to 
Nov., 1893;  Deputy  Registrar  and  Ap- 
praiser, Supreme  Court,  and  Com- 
missioner for  Oaths,  March,  1895  ; 
Commissioner  for  taking  Acknow- 
ledgments of  Married  Women,  Oct., 
1893  ;  Secretary,  Squatter's  Board  , 
Official  Receiver  in  Bankruptcy, 
March,  1895,  to  Nov.,  1896  ;  acting 
assistant  Registrar-General,  July, 
to  Sept.,  1897  ;  acting  Registrar, 
.Supreme  Court;  acting  Land  Officer; 
acting  Registrar  of  Companies  ; 
Official  Administrator,  and  Official 
Trustee,  Dec.  15,  1888,  to  Jan.  26, 
1900 ;  Member  of  Board  of  Ex- 
aminers, 1902 ;  Registrar  of  Supreme 
Court,  Oct.,  1903 ;  Companion  of 
the  Imperial  Service  Order,  June, 
1905.  Club:  Hongkong.  Address: 
"Norman  Cottage,"  Peak  Road, 
Hongkong. 

SETH,  G.  G.  (SINGAPORE),  B.A.;  3rd 
Magistrate.  Educ. :  Calcutta. 
Cadet,  Straits  Settlements,  Nov., 
1901;  ag.  Sheriff,  Singapore,  Jan., 


1903;  passed  final  examination,  in 
Malay,  Jan.,  1903  ;  3rd  Magistrate, 
Singapore.  Club:  Singapore.  Ad- 
dress :  Singapore,  Straits  Settle- 
ments. 

SEWELL,  C.  A.  Seymour  (BANGKOK), 
B.A.;  Siamese  Educational  Service. 
Educ.  :  St.  Catherine's  College, 
Cambridge.  .4 dd re ss  :  King's  Col- 
lege, Bangkok,  Siam. 

SEYMOUR,  John  Nicholson,  (KANA- 
ZAWA), B.A.,  M.B. ;  E  iucationalist; 

b.  1858 ;  ;//.  Tsuru,  d.  of  Nagai 
Yo.suke,  of  Yokohama.  Educ.  : 
Dublin  University.  Surgeon,  R.N., 
1833-83;  resigned  1836;  Instructor 
in  English  and  Latin,  Higher 
Normal  School,  Tokyo,  1886-91  ; 
Higher  School,  Sandai,  1896-1903; 
Kanazawa,  since  1904.  Decoration  : 
5th  class,  Rising  Sun,  Japan. 
Publication*  :  Several  works  for 
use  of  Japanese  students  in  study 
of  English.  Club  :  Tokyo.  Address: 
Kanazawa,  Kaga,  Japan. 

SEYMOUR,    Dr.    Walter    Frederick 

(TENGCHOWFU),  B.S.,  M.D.;  Doctor 
of  Medicine  :  b.  Oct.  11,  1862  ;  m. 
1894.  Educ. :  University,  Wisconsin, 
U.S.A.  First  Sec.,  Intercollegiate 
Y.M.C.A.,  Chicago,  111.,  U.S.A. 
Physician  in  charge  of  Presbyterian 
Hospital  Tengchowfu  ;  since  1893  •, 
in  Tengchow  during  bombardment 
of  that  city,  Feb.,  1895.  Address: 
Tengchowfu,  Shantung,  China. 

SHAM,  His  Highness  Sir  Idris 
Mersid-el- Aazam  (PERAK), 
G.C.M.G  ;  *.  of  Rajah  Bendahara. 
Installed  Sultan  of  Perah,  April  5, 
1889.  Address:  Perak.  Federated 
Malay  States. 


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SHAN-Cfl'I(PKKLNG),  Commandant  at 
Summer  Palace ;  native  of  Man- 
churia. Prince  Su  (eight  princely 
families) :  Deputy  Lieut. -General, 
Bordered  Bed  Manner  Corps.  Jan., 
1897  ;  Supt.  of  Customs  and  Octroi 
of  Peking,  Dec.,  1900 ;  General 
Commanding,  Peking  Gendarmerie, 
May,  1902  ;  Capt.-General,  Bordered 
Blue  Manchu  BaTiner  Corps,  July. 
190;";  Comptroller  General  Mon- 
golian Superintendeney,  Nov.,  190."> ; 
Comma mlt..  Eight  Banner  Corp- 
stationed  at  the  Summer  Palace 
and  also  of  the  Rifle  Corps  of  the 
Imperial  Guards,  Feb.,  1906. 

SHANG-CH'I-HENG  (PKKL\<;;,   LL.D.: 

Chinese  B  a  n  n  e  r  m  a  n  ;  metrop. 
graduate.  Grain  Taotai,  Shantung, 
Nov.,  1898  ;  Judge,  Shantung,  Dec., 
190(1  ;  Treasurer,  do.,  Jan.,  1905 ; 
delegated  to  go  abroad  to  inves- 
tigate foreign  constitutional  go- 
vernment, Nov.,  1905,  and  was  one 
of  those  at  bomb  outrage  at  Puking 
when  attempt  was  made  to  murder 
the  d  e  p  a  r  t  i  n  g  Commissioners  ; 
esi-aped  uninjured  ;  degree  of  LL.D. 
conferred  by  Cambridge  University. 
May,  IVMC,. 

SHAO-CH'ANG  <l»KKix«i).  Vice-Pres.lt. 
Board  of  Punishments;  native  of 
Manchuria  ;  metrop.  graduate.  Ap- 
pointed Sec.,  Board  of  Foreign 
Affairs,  Dec..  19(11,  Sub-Chancellor, 
Grand  S